Everyone in northern Indiana has suffered from the huge amounts of snow over the past two months. Vehicles sliding off the roads and schools delaying due to cold temperatures are just some of the problems students at Tippecanoe Valley have dealt with. In fact, most schools in the area have cancelled approximately seven days due to the weather. With piles of snow invading parking lots, and students calling off work and being stuck inside, the winter weather has made the beginning of 2014 interesting.
Since Tippecanoe Valley Schools have missed several days of school, there have been many rumors as to what will happen to the school schedule. Will students have to go until the middle of June? Will they have to attend school on Saturdays? However, a new statement by Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz says that schools can re-schedule holidays; they can also have school on Saturdays, add days to the end of the school calendar, or add additional hours to the school day. At the time of writing, the Tippecanoe Valley School Board has not decided on how students will have to make up snow days.