Wake, Durham schools announce makeup days

Posted January 24
Updated January 25

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— Wake and Durham County school systems announced make-up days following a winter storm that closed schools Friday.

Traditional-calendar students in Wake and Durham County will now have classes on Monday, Feb. 15, which is President's Day. Wake County also announced traditional-calendar students will have class on March 24, to make up for Monday's snow day.

Wake County year-round students in tracks 1 and 2 will have classes on Jan. 30 and April 2, to make up for the two snow days. Students in track 3 will have school on April 2, and students in track 4 will have class on Jan. 30.

Those school days will both be on Saturday and be half days.

To make up for cancelling classes on Tuesday, traditional-calendar students in Durham will now have school on April 18. Year-round students will now have class on March 14, according to a calendar on the district's website. In addition, an early release day scheduled for Jan. 26 will now be a full day.


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  • Stacie Hagwood Jan 25, 2016
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    If you scroll down to the bottom of the page, it will show you which days are scheduled for make-up days and in the order they are to be used:

    Modified can be found at

  • Pam Snyder Jan 24, 2016
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    It appears on the traditional calendar that both make up days were teacher work day's. (February 15th and March 24th)

  • Steve Clark Jan 24, 2016
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    Dead white guys get screwed.

  • hockeygalnc Jan 24, 2016

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    Wake does have built in time. The school board voted to use teacher work days/Saturdays first, then half days turned into full days, then the banked hours in that order to make up missed days. Wish it would have been the other way around.

  • hockeygalnc Jan 24, 2016

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    Wake does have time built into their calendar's already but the school board voted to use teacher work days (and Saturday school for year round) first, then half days of school converted into full days, and then if needed the banked hours for make up days.

  • Renee Henderson Jan 24, 2016
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    Chatham County was smart and built time in.

  • Dana McCall Jan 24, 2016
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    This station left out information about Modified Calendar students.

  • Mindi Johnson Jan 24, 2016
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    What happened to snow days being built into the yearly calendar? I thought they had learned that lesson already.