COLUMBIA -- A bill that would allow public school districts to forgive up to five days missed to winter weather will soon hit Gov. Nikki Haley's desk.
The House Wednesday agreed with changes the Senate made. After the bill is ratified, it will require Haley's signature to become law.
When that happens, school districts will be to forgive up to five days missed due to weather after they hold classes on three make-up days required under state law to be built into district calendars.