The school district of Waupaca has not yet decided how it will make up school days lost due to bad winter weather. While the elementary and middle school are on track to have the number of minutes required by the DPI, the high school needs to make up just over 15 hours. The school board last night took no action on a recommendation from the administration that would have added time to the start and end of the school day, and used some Wednesday afternoon time, to make up hours. That recommendation would have school end on Friday, June 7th for students, but teachers would have to come back on the following Monday, plus make up two “floating” days in the summer. Board members Mark Polebitski and Pat Phair asked the administration to make up the lost time by eliminating all Wednesday early student release time, starting right after spring break, and adding a few minutes to the start of the school day. That would allow both students and teachers to end the school year on Friday, June 7th. The board will bring back the issue for further discussion and a decision in a special meeting later this month.