COLUMBUS, OH (WOIO) –
Ohio school superintendents can now breathe a sigh of relief!
Gov. John Kasich signed the bill Wednesday giving districts four extra calamity days.
This is only for the 2013-2014 school year, because so many districts used more than the five allowable days due to the snow and arctic cold.
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