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    For the first time in years, the Beaufort County School District has opted to use Saturdays as planned make-up days for inclement weather. The decision came after students missed eight days for Hurricane Matthew in 2016.

For the first time in years, the Beaufort County School District has opted to use Saturdays as planned make-up days for inclement weather. The decision came after students missed eight days for Hurricane Matthew in 2016. Ashley Jean Reese areese@islandpacket.com
For the first time in years, the Beaufort County School District has opted to use Saturdays as planned make-up days for inclement weather. The decision came after students missed eight days for Hurricane Matthew in 2016. Ashley Jean Reese areese@islandpacket.com

Thanks to Irma, your kids will go to school on two Saturdays

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