Berlin students will return to school Wednesday after two days off due to the Blizzard of 2013.
"We are going to return Wednesday at the regular time for a full school day," Superintendent David B. Erwin said. "We ask that parents be mindful and keep an eye out with their children at the bus stops. There are high snow banks and they could be hidden, especially the young children, so we ask that parents stay with them until the bus stops."
Erwin had a meeting today with Mayor Adam Salina and the Town Manager Denise McNair to make the decision. He also took a ride around town to gauge the safety of the buses.
"There are some roads that are more narrow but the buses can make it through safely," Erwin said.
Some residents asked on facebook if the vacation days set for this Friday, and next Monday and Tuesday would be taken away.
"No, we will still be off," Erwin said. "People have made plans nd have set mini vacations and we have professional development day speakers set up for Friday for our teachers so we are not going to change anything.
"As of right now, we are out to Monday, June 24th as the end of the year. We have 183 scheduled school days and we are only required to have 180. In the past the Board of Education has forgiven us a day or two so the end of the year is not set in stone yet. I will make a proposal to the Board of Education and it will be determined in the next few weeks when our last day of school will be."