Centreville Public Schools received notice last week that it has been granted a state waiver to forgive three snow days from the current school year.
Superintendent Stephanie Lemmer said the Michigan Department of Education informed the district that three days above its allocation of six snow days will not have to be made up.
The district has experienced 11 snow days this school year. Because the district canceled its two-day mid-winter break last month, those two days originally set up as days off have instead put Centreville at a break-even point.
If no additional snow days are called this year, the district is due to conclude its school year with a half day June 7.