Charleston County students will have one extra day of school at the end of the school year thanks to inclement weather earlier this year.
The school board on Monday approved June 6 as a make-up day for four missed days in January and February due to winter weather and extreme icy conditions. A teacher work-day on March 28 was also used as a make-up day.
Students had been scheduled to end the school year with a half day on June 5. The June 6 make-up day falls after most high school graduation ceremonies on June 4 and June 5.
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