Recently, several schools have had to use their allotted days due to the inclement weather, leaving them with days to make up. So far this year, Tiffin City Schools has used four days from the five allotted by the state.
If the district would go over those days, the district would have to make up days at the end of the year, beginning June 4, Superintendent Vicki Wheatley said.
"The district used three days last week and one in December," she said.
New Riegel, Seneca East and Clyde-Green Springs local schools, Calvert Catholic Schools and Vanguard-Sentinel Career and Technology Center have used their given five days.
Elaine Nye, superintendent of New Riegel, said the district is to make up additional days beginning Feb. 17 and then at the end of the year.
Laura Kagy, superintendent of Seneca East, also said her district would make up any additional days at the end of the year.
Calvert Superintendent Gerald Schoen said the school has not yet determined which days would be make-up days.
"We have to evaluate the days we have scheduled off and decide what days would be best," Schoen said. "We have days off in the spring and also spring break, so we would consider coming in any of those days."
Through a board resolution passed last year, Vanguard-Sentinel Superintendent Greg Edinger said the district adopted an alternative way to make up days online.
Teachers have posted their lessons online through an online platform called "it's learning," Edinger said. "From there, students can complete their coursework at home and no days would be missed."
It will be the first time the district has used this online process if it has any additional missed days, Edinger said.
Carey, Upper Sandusky Exempted Village Schools, Hopewell-Loudon, Mohawk and Old Fort local schools and Fostoria City Schools have used six days.
Carey Superintendent Michael Wank said the first day to make up would be Feb. 17. From there, the district would use April 17 and then begin making up days at the end of the year.
"We always have to be ready for any adjustments to our calendar," Wank said. "We have to be flexible and be able to fit days in as soon as we can before testing in the spring. ... In a perfect world, we would never have to close school, but we always have to be prepared."
Mohawk is to make up its day Monday, or Martin Luther King Jr. Day, said Superintendent Ken Ratliff.
Old Fort Superintendent Jude Meyers said the district has not yet determined which day will be used.
Mike Eagloski, superintendent of Upper Sandusky, said the district is to make up its day May 30, and any additional days are to follow that.
Bettsville Local School District and the Seneca County Opportunity Center have used seven days, leaving two days to be made up.
As of now, Bettsville is to make up the two days May 30 and June 2, said Bettsville Superintendent Gregg Pettit.
"If the district were to use two more days, we would begin to make up the days on Feb. 17 and April 2, but right now, we are to make up the days at the end of the year," Pettit said.
Lewis Hurst, superintendent of the Seneca County Opportunity Center, said the school is to make up the days at the end of the year.
"It is tough on our individuals. They are very routine-oriented and getting back is sometimes difficult for them," Hurst said.
Lakota Local Schools has used eight days, with three days to be made up.
Lakota Superintendent Jon Detwiler said the district is to make up its days during spring break, beginning April 17 and then April 21. The third day is to be made up at the end of the year June 3, and any additional days are to be made up after that.
Another option, he said, is Feb. 17.
Bridges Community Academy is different in that it goes by hours, Director Dona Kaufman said.
The school allows 30 extra hours to cover missed days. During the day, Kaufman said they use six and a half hours. With their blended learning, students also are able to work on their coursework at home and online.