Winter weather is keeping kids in school on Saturday. Madison County is making up for lost time by holding classes on weekends. The county has had 12 snow days this year.
The superintendent says he knows its been a frustrating winter and everyone is anxious to get back on track.
"We realize there may be some absences, just as students miss on a regular school day, they will be given the opportunity to make up the work if they aren't there on Saturday," said Dr. Ronald Wilcox.
Wilcox says attendance for Saturday classes has been good so far.