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School will be CLOSED Tuesday, February 26, 2008, due to weather.

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With December comes the winter season for us in Ohio. I want to continue to remind everyone that school closings will be broadcast on the following radio stations:

Snowflake

AM 1480 WHBC, Canton

FM 94.1 - WHBC, Canton

AM 1310 - WDPN, Alliance

Normally, if weather or road conditions warrant a school closing, these stations are notified by 6:30 a.m. Please do not call the bus garage, the Central Office, the schools, or the radio stations. These telephone lines are needed to communicate emergency information. We appreciate everyone’s cooperation with these school closing procedures.

On occasion, I have been asked as to the number of days allowed to be used as “calamity days”. The Ohio Revised Code (State Law) is very specific in this regard. Schools are permitted up to five days for calamities for school closings. However, any days beyond the five days must be made up as per our school calendar. For Louisville Schools 2007-2008 school year, the makeup days are added to the end of the school year. For example, with this year’s calendar our first required makeup day would be Friday, May 30th, and would continue until all days have been made up. Let’s hope for a mild winter.

Thank you!

Clyde Lepley, Superintendent