By DEUCE NIVEN
Easter break and the end of the school year are safe, for now, as the Columbus County Schools will forgive two of the four school days missed due to last week’s winter storm, Supt. Alan Faulk said Tuesday.
Students will be in class on Feb. 21 and March 28, two previously scheduled teacher work days, Faulk said.
“That’s it,” Faulk said.
Horry County Schools expect to make up all four days lost last week, two on Feb. 17 and March 28, previously scheduled teacher work days, district spokeswoman Teal Harding said. A decision on the other two days is expected later this week.
Look for more on this story in the Feb. 5 Tabor-Loris Tribune print and full on-line editions.