Do M-F rotations naturally skip no school days?

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It can be difficult to keep track of what is skipped and what isn't during various rotations. No-School days are typically created in response to inclement weather. No-School days do not create any attendance records for students, but still create them for faculty and staff.

Example of a No-School Day. Notice that the Thursday is skipped entirely and Friday picks up exactly where it normally would.

When a M-F rotation encounters a no school day, then the day is skipped. As an example:

  • Let's say that Thursday is a "No-School" day.
    • Wednesday would be a "Wednesday" rotation day.
    • Friday would be a "Friday" rotation day.
    • Friday would not  be a "Thursday" rotation day due to school being closed on Thursday.

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