Strange but true: Here we are in the middle of January, and New Jersey hasn't had a single significant snowfall so far this winter. That means Garden State schools haven’t had to declare any snow days at all.
Another round of snow this week forced schools to close across New Jersey, and if Mother Nature keeps pounding the state, more districts will have to hold classes on days that were originally scheduled as part of spring or summer break.
Eric Scott, who was filling in for Jim this morning, discussed parents being up in arms over the alternatives being thrown around for how NJ school districts plan on making up for all the snow days being taken this winter.
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