The Edon Board of Education met Tuesday, and it, like many other school districts across the state, and in fact, across the nation this year, is dealing with issues due to the wild winter weather.
The Bryan Times reports that there have been some schedule changes for the remaining portion of the school year.
• Feb. 14 had been a planned professional day. Now all students will report for a full day of instruction.
• Feb. 17 will be a make-up day and all students will report for a full day of instruction.
• April 10 had been a planned two-hour delay for professional development. Now all students will report for a full day of instruction.
• April 18 will be a make-up day and students will be dismissed at 1:15 p.m.
As of yesterday, students in Kindergarten and pre-school will be on a new delay schedule. The morning students will report to school from 10–11:50 a.m. Afternoon students will report from 1:10–3 p.m. Bus routes will be run for these students.