HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - School officials in Huntsville are trying to figure out how to make up for an entire week of classroom days lost because of snow and icy roads.

Huntsville City Schools spokesman Keith Ward says the calendar approved for the current school year has no snow days built in.

Superintendent Ann Roy Moore says the tentative plan is to tack them onto the end of the calendar year in late May, but that doesn't account for graduating seniors.

Moore says one option is holding school on a Saturday. She says holding classes during spring break is out of the question.

Information from: WHNT-TV,

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