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An up-swing in bad winter weather has kept students home on more than one occasion this winter. That means some schools will have to tack on a few days at the end of the year or risk losing state funding. Students are required to be in class for at least 176 days each year. State board of Education spokesman Matt Vanover says some schools are already below that threshold. The additional days will likely increase operational costs at the end of the year but schools won't receive additional money to cover the costs. Bad weather days are usually built in to school calendars.
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