Bibb County students wont have to spend any warm days in school to make up for the cold days.
School board members late Thursday accepted Interim Superintendent Steve Smiths recommendation not to add any additional days to this years school calendar.
Schools were closed for two days earlier this month because of what the system called extreme weather concerns. Intense cold struck, and freezing rain had been forecast for one of the days.
Smith said he didnt want to recommend adding some make-up days to this years school calendar because, with the systems longer-than-required school days, students are in essence already attending another 13 or 14 extra days. Smith suggested he and the school board could reconsider if more inclement weather struck.