Palm Beach County may have dodged the worst of Hurricane Irma’s winds, but the storm dealt a direct hit to classrooms.
After seven days of canceled classes, the county’s public school system is weighing whether it needs to resort to makeup days to recoup lost classroom time when classes resume Monday.
No decision has been made, but Schools Superintendent Robert Avossa said he was worried about the effect of missed days on students.
“Every missed hour is a missed opportunity to grow and learn,” Avossa said.
Read more at the Palm Beach Post.