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Webster Co. schools changing schedule after 2 weeks of snow days

WEBSTER COUNTY, KY (WFIE) - Schedule changes for Webster County students mean earlier start times, but the last day of school in May.

Interim superintendent Pete Galloway said the board members have made changes to the schedule, which means the last day of school for students will be May 30th.

Galloway says the district missed 14 days of school because of snow and ice.

Dixon elementary, Clay elementary, and Providence elementary will start school 10 minutes earlier, lunch will be a little shorter, and recess will be called supervised student activity period.

Sebree will not adjust their starting or ending time, as the school already enough time built in.

Webster County High School will begin the day about 12 minutes earlier and will also have a shorter lunch period.

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