School systems across Kentucky can finalize their calendars now that state lawmakers have reached an agreement over making up days missed because of snow.
The Warren County Board of Education, at a special meeting Thursday night, voted to make up the remaining seven days and end the school year on June 4. The board's action means that all 13 days missed due to inclement weather will be made up.
Meanwhile, the Bowling Green City School District missed five days this year. Three of those days were made up using designated make-up days in the school calendar. City schools will make up the additional two days by being in session April 18 and May 23, both also designated make-up days in the school calendar.
May 23rd will be the last day of school for Bowling Green students.