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Snow days extend school year in Mitchell

Mitchell public schools planned to start two hours late today, though Superintendent Joe Graves acknowledged Wednesday night he could change his mind this morning and close the district for a third straight day.

Mitchell public schools planned to start two hours late today, though Superintendent Joe Graves acknowledged Wednesday night he could change his mind this morning and close the district for a third straight day.

The Tuesday and Wednesday snow days already have extended the Mitchell school year by two days, from the planned May 22 ending date to May 24.

If today is also needed as a snow day, the last day of school will be on May 28, Graves said. May 27 is the Memorial Day holiday.

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