Pinkerton is no longer at winter's mercy with Blizzard Bag program
The high school has spent about two years developing the program so students won’t miss assignments when they are forced to stay home because of snow storms, said Beverly Lannan, dean of faculty.
“At Pinkerton, we make sure we have all of our ducks in a row before we act on something,” she said.
“It’s going to affect their grade,” said Lavalley, who is co-chair of the Blizzard Bag Committee. “It’s just like a regular class assignment.”
“I think that was one of the key things that we wanted to have is that there was some consistency with what was going on in the classroom,” said Faszewski , the other co-chair of the Blizzard Bag Committee. “And by making sure that there was a couple of days’ notice, it would fit right in line with what the teachers were going to be doing in class at that time of year.”
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