Miller Place, Shoreham-Wading River Districts Announce Calendar Changes

Districts announce calendar changes after days lost from Sandy.

After local districts lost a number of school days due to Superstorm Sandy, some are still mulling options while others have announced calendar adjustments.

Miller Place and Shoreham-Wading River School District's have announced their plans on their websites in order to reach the mandatory 180 days of instruction.

Miller Place:

  • High School mid-term exams and finals week Jan. 22-25 will be a regular week of school. Details of administering exams will be forwarded.
  • School will be in session for all students Feb. 20-22.
  • School will not be in session for all students Feb. 18,19.
  • School will be in session for all students on May 24.
  • The adjusted calendar allows for two available snow days.

Shoreham-Wading River:

  • With five school days lost and two allocated for snow days, three days must be made up.
  • April 1 will now be a school day.
  • School will now be in session Feb. 21, 22.
  • Feb. 20 will be a school day should there be a fourth school closing this winter.
  • Feb. 19 will be a school day should there be a fifth school closing this winter.
  • March 27 will be a school day should there be a sixth school closing this winter.
  • March 25 will be a school day should there be a seventh school closing this winter.

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Justin Time December 09, 2012 at 09:43 PM
There isn't a month that goes by where schools are closed at least one or two days! What is the big worry about losing five or ten days out of the year and wreck the scheduled vacations of our "Educators"? Kids arent learning if there is no consistancy in the education process. As it is now all teachers are working a part time bases..180 days equals six months doesn't it? Good income and benefits for only six month of work. Get real..
Gary B. December 13, 2012 at 09:43 PM
Why is it that everytime I log onto this site JT has something negative to say about the area, the schools, or just the people in general. Be part of the solution, not the whiny populous. Seriously, no one wants to hear your rants. Help solve something, or MOVE!!!


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