The Winona Area Public Schools may look at making up lost time if the district is forced to cancel classes one more time.
Superintendent Scott Hannon said the district has already used up the three snow days built into the class schedule. A fourth snow day would result in some action.
Hannon tells Winona Radio News if classes are cancelled a fourth day the district would look at making days up and that would result in consulting with the teacher's union to negotiate when any make-up days would be held.
Right now no make-up days are being considered.
Days where classes start two hours late do not count as snow days.