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New Milford to make snow days distance learning days

The New Milford School District has decided that any snow days this year due to inclement weather will be remote learning days. Each time there is inclement weather causing school buildings to close, all students and staff will follow their respective school or grade schedules for the day while working remotely. Principals will share the remote schedules each time there is a snow day with families.

Unless there are widespread power outages that make remote learning impossible, remote learning will continue for all children across the New Milford district when schools cannot open safely. If widespread power outages do occur, each day will count as a traditional snow day with no remote instruction and the missed day will be added to the end of the school year. 

The last day of school for students is slated to be Friday, June 18th with high school graduation scheduled for Saturday, June 19th.  Interim Superintendent Alisha DiCorpo says the decision to have remote learning instead of a snow day is because otherwise students beginning summer school would have little to no break in between the end of the school year and beginning in summer program.

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