School out again for Fox Valley students
Beacon-News STaff January 27, 2014 12:23PM
Updated: March 3, 2014 12:52PM
Tuesday is another day off for students around the Fox Valley, as subzero temperatures persist in the area.
A number of area school districts cancelled classes on Tuesday due to the subzero weather.
Those calling off Tuesday classes are Indian Prairie School District 204, Naperville School District 203, St. Charles District 303, Batavia District 101, Yorkville District 115, Kaneland District 302, the Fox Valley Career Center, Oswego District 308, West Aurora District 129, East Aurora District 131, Geneva District 304, Somonauk District 432, Marmion Academy, Sycamore District 427, Plano District 88, Aurora Christian schools, Newark District 66, St. Paul Lutheran-Aurora, Sandwich District 430, Rosary High, Aurora Central Catholic High, Waubonsee Community College and Aurora University.
The districts will make the decision Tuesday about whether to open school on Wednesday. The forecast calls for the thermometer to climb back above zero on Wednesday.
Districts will also decide how to make up for the lost two days of school this week. West Aurora School District, like many in the Fox Valley, said the missed school days will be made up at the end of the year.
It has been a difficult year weatherwise for West Aurora, which lost some educational time early in the school year due to very hot days. The district decided to dismiss classes early on a handful of days due to the fact that some facilities in the district don’t have air conditioning.