St. Paul Public Schools bringing back snow days, at least in limited capacity
Snow days are back at St. Paul Public Schools, a least partially.
The district’s Board of Education approved the change on Tuesday.
Under the updated policy, the first two weather cancellations will be “non-instructional” days, or what used to be known as snow days.
Any additional weather cancellations will be up to the district to determine whether e-learning is necessary to meet the state-required level of instruction.
The change is effective immediately.
It comes two weeks after 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS reported that Minneapolis Public Schools was considering a similar move based on feedback from families. However, that hasn’t yet been approved.