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High School District to Make Up Weather Days

With a chance of snow in the forecast between now and Monday, officials at various school districts around Nevada County could be faced with the tough decision of whether or not school should be closed. The Nevada Joint Union High School District has already had two cancellations–one on January 3 because of snow in Grass Valley and Nevada City, and one last week because of flooding and wet weather in the south part of the County. Nevada Union High School Vice Principal Tim Reid told KNCO Lorraine Jewett ‘On the Town’ yesterday that those days will have to be made up…

Listen to Tim Reid 1

Reid says if another snow day is used, it’s possible, but not likely, that they won’t have to make that day up…

Listen to Tim Reid 2

Reid says several people are involved in the decision on canceling school, from the bus complany to the Highway Patrol, to the superintendent of the district.

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