Students in Wilson will have fewer days off this school year, thanks to the unexpected break they received last week from Hurricane Sandy.
The Wilson Area School Board voted Monday night to approve five make-up days to help keep this year's class schedule on track.
The days are:
- Nov. 26
- Jan. 21
- March 25, 26 and 27
Superintendent Doug Wagner praised his staff for its response to the storm, and noted that the district saw a high attendance rate Monday following a week without school.
"It shows you we have parents who are committed to our education," he said. "Or…they were just DONE.”