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Some schools make up snow days Monday

NORTH GEORGIA (WRCB)-- A decision by two north Georgia counties to use Monday as a make up day, because of this week's past snow, has infuriated civil rights leaders.

Both Fannin and Gilmer counties will be holding classes on Monday, Martin Luther King Jr Day, which is a federal holiday.

The school superintendents say they have little choice but to hold classes then, to help make up for the nine days students have missed so far this school year.

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