FRANKFORT, KY (WAVE) - GovernorSteve Beshear signed a snow days bill that would allow school districtsflexibility on ending the current school year on Monday.
At least seven Kentuckyschool districts have missed more than 30 days of classes because of snowyweather.
Another 40 districts havemissed at least 20 days.
Last week, both the Houseand Senate approved the bill which suspends the state law requiring schooldistricts have at least 170 days of classes this school year as long as districtshave at least 1,062 hours of classroom time.
The only exception is noschool district can have classes after June 6.
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