Local school districts are looking at delaying graduation ceremonies this spring so seniors can make up missed snow days before receiving their diplomas.
The seemingly relentless winter weather has forced school officials not only to use up all built-in snow makeup days but to extend the school year past the scheduled graduation dates.
Medora Community Schools has missed 14 days so far because of snow, icy roads and temperatures, and Superintendent Tom Judd said the date for graduation will be changed. The latest miss occurred today.
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