(FARMINGTON, Mo.) – New laws in Missouri will force school districts to start a few weeks later than usual in the 2020-2021 school year.
Superintendent at Farmington Matt Ruble tells us about the changes they’re looking at.
As far as the difference in days, Ruble says it might not be a huge deal because there are generally more inclement weather days in second semester than first.
With the changes, another focus according to Ruble is making sure that the end of the school year is not prolonged.
The school calendar for 2020-2021 is currently up for a 30 day review, meaning the Farmington School District is taking public comments on the matter at this time.