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Schools running out of calamity days

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Lots of kids had the day off Friday because of the snow, but it could cost them later on. Calamity days are adding up.

In fact, Archbold is already out of calamity days, using their last Friday.

The Bryan school district has used four, with only one left.

Swanton, Bowling Green and Oregon have used three out of five days.

Defiance City Schools and Lake City Schools used two days out of five days so far.

The Ohio Department of Education says schools have two options if they use all five days. They can use their contingency plans or use online lessons for up to three days.

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