State Won’t Count ‘Virtual School Day’ That 96% Of Students Showed Up For
The government of New Jersey recently declined to allow a virtual school day to count in lieu of a snow day, much to the presumed chagrin of students everywhere. Pascack Valley Regional High School District gave the virtual school day a test-run on Feb. 13, another snow day during what district superintendent Erik Gundersen called the winter to end all winters. The 2,000-student district had already used up its three allotted snow days, so another snow day meant students would either have to tack on extra days at the end of the year or shorten spring break to make up for it.
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