SEATTLE -- Seattle Public Schools will make up a snow day from this month's winter storms on Friday, January 27.
Seattle Schools missed three days of classes due to snow and ice last week.
One of those days will be made up on Friday, January 27, a day students originally had off for teacher development.
Dates of the remaining snow make-up days will determined by next week, according to Seattle Public Schools spokesperson Lesley Rogers.
Because Governor Chris Gregoire declared a state of emergency in response to the storm, the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction will decide whether the days must be made up.