Dr. Cunningham, O-E Superintendent, released a statement on Monday evening, saying "A survey of our staff showed that over 70% of our staff preferred to make up some of these days this Friday and Monday (originally scheduled as days off for “mid-winter” break) and 90% also chose to have half of a day of school on Good Friday."
He noted that the district has applied for three waiver days that the state already allows, and State Representative Ben Frederick announced on Monday that he is working on legislation
to forgive snow days that occurred during the State of Emergency declared by Governor Whitmer.
Classes at Ovid-Elsie were cancelled two days last week alone. A third day was shortened by a morning delay.