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Ohio House delays vote on calamity days

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Snow, ice and below zero temperatures have forced many districts to use more than their 5 allotted calamity days this winter. Snow, ice and below zero temperatures have forced many districts to use more than their 5 allotted calamity days this winter.
COLUMBUS, OH (AP) -

Ohio students, teachers, administrators and parents will have to wait at least another week to learn when summer break will begin.

Members of the Ohio House of Representatives have put off for a week a vote on whether to let Ohio schools take up to four additional snow days this year because of this season's severe winter weather.

Many districts have exhausted their five allowable calamity days with some already calling off classes 10 days or more.

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