Madison Schools Dodge Snow Days So Far
There was a delayed opening Tuesday, but the district has not had to close schools since the week after Superstorm Sandy.
Madison schools opened two hours later than usual Tuesday because of snow.
Madison Junior School orientation for fifth-graders also was moved to April 2, the district said.
Heading toward the end of March, Madison has managed to dodge closing schools for snow, which is good news for the school calendar.
All three of Madison's built-in snow days were used when schools closed for five days after Superstorm Sandy. Two of those five days were made up by opening when schools were scheduled to be closed for the NJEA convention. The convention was canceled for the first time in 158 years because of the storm.