Lawmakers split on how to handle bill on missed school days
By Lisa King
Wednesday, March 19, 2014 at 3:00 am (Updated: March 19, 3:01 am)
Shelby County School officials say they are waiting to see what would happen with legislation proposed as a “snow day relief” bill for school districts.
“We’re just in a wait and see mode about what the final thing will say, because it’s already changed two or three times from what they said it would be,” said Dave Weedman, director of student services for Shelby County Public Schools.
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