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East Meadow School District Cancels February Vacation Due to Sandy

Students will be in classes the week of Feb. 18-22 to make up for days missed by the storm.

Students in the East Meadow School District will not have a February vacation due to missed days from Hurricane Sandy and the November Nor'easter.

A message was posted on the district's website on Friday, informing parents of calendar revisions. Students will now have classes on Tuesday, Feb. 19 to Friday Feb. 22.

Monday, June 24 and Tuesday June 25 will now be the superintendent's conference/staff development days.

Do you agree with the district's decision to cancel February break? Tell us in the comments below.

Brent M. December 04, 2012 at 12:46 PM
Most airlines are letting people change their vacation flights without penalty.. so if parents/teachers still go on their trips so be it.. if attendance is low , oh well.. its a no win situation.. nobody could've predicted how bad damage the storm caused.. and dont teachers clean out their classrooms after the kids are done.. so they get two days after the "meetings" are done fro the day to clean their classrooms..
Jane L December 04, 2012 at 02:08 PM
Ok with the decision but feel it should have been made a lot sooner.
Gail Elis December 04, 2012 at 04:52 PM
I agree with the district's decision, but I would like to know what took them so long to come to it.
June Denny December 04, 2012 at 11:25 PM
I'm surprised they cancelled February's break instead of Easter. Everyone knows that President's week is a prime time for major snowfalls. What's going to happen then, they'll have to make-up the make-up days.
donna December 05, 2012 at 12:10 PM
i thought they should have done away with this break many years ago it was suppose to be a one time break if you have a child or children that when to east meadow schools in the 80"s you might remember

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