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REDMOND, OR -- Redmond students have now lost six school days, plus another two hours from a delay. Superintendent Mike McIntosh plans to meet Wednesday with representatives from the Education Association to discuss the future of this year's calendar. 

 

McIntosh tells KBND News that, although they've lost roughly 30 hours of instructional time, the district is not yet required by the state to make up days. He also says there are no plans to move graduation, which is scheduled for June 7 for Ridgeview High School, and June 9 for Redmond High.

 

Those living near school bus stops are asked to help clear snow to allow a place for students to safely wait for the bus, once school reopens; McIntosh hopes that will be Thursday. He says the school district clears parking lots and sidewalks adjacent to district-owned facilities like schools. 

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