The York school board agreed Tuesday to request forgiveness from the state for two of four snow days the district missed in January, while making up the other two days.
York schools were closed for four days during the January snowstorms.
Under legislation recently approved by the S.C. General Assembly, school districts in South Carolina can request forgiveness from the state education department for up to four snow days, Superintendent Vernon Prosser told the board.
Prosser said that legislation has not yet been signed by the governor.
The York district has already made up one of its four days, on Feb. 21, Prosser said.
The board agreed to designate March 25 as the second snow makeup day, and ask the state to forgive the remaining two snow days.
Prosser told school board members that the only other options for making up the other two missed days would be during the weeklong spring break in April and on Memorial Day in May.