Because of today's cancellation, officials at the school district have asked the Commissioner of Education and Early Development to grant a waiver day to avoid adding an extra day of school after Memorial Day.
State law requires 180 classroom days.
The district has already changed the calendar to make three in-service days school days. Adding any more days to make up for weather will require students to come back to school on the Tuesday after the holiday.
The district will be submitting a letter to the commissioner to officially request the waiver.
Superintendent Pete Lewis says that the days will be requested in reference to the first cancellation of the school year, when multiple states of disaster were proclaimed in the borough.