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How Many Snow Days Have D.C.-Area Schools Had So Far?

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    Admit it: If you're a student, you maaaay have set your phone to maximum volume in hopes of receiving a school closing alert this winter, and rejoiced when you heard the pinging sound. If so... you were not alone.

    Students across Virginia and Maryland got the day off Monday due to icy conditions, and Thursday's weather means the snow days are still racking up.

    Last year, many school districts had to make up missed time on holidays or by extending their school year.

    Check out how many snow days your school district has used; information is updated Thursday, March 5, except where noted.

    Virginia:

    • Alexandria -- 3 days allocated; 3 days used
    • Arlington -- high schools: 3 days allocated; middle schools: 2 days allocated; elementary schools -- 1 day allocated; 4 days used at all levels
    • Fairfax County -- 12 days allocated; 9 days used
    • Falls Church -- (as of Feb. 17) 28 instructional hours allocated for snow closures; 13 hours used
    • Fauquier County --  8 days allocated; 11 days used
    • Loudoun County -- N/A; 11 days used; 5 days delayed
    • Prince William County -- (as of March 3) 7 days used; 9 days delayed; 21.5 hours (3.65 days) left before they fall below Virginia's minimum for instructional hours

    Maryland:

    • Anne Arundel County -- 5 days allocated; 5 days used
    • Calvert County -- 5 days allocated; 6 days used
    • Charles County -- 4 days allocated; 6 days used; 4 days delayed
    • Frederick County -- 5 days allocated; 7 days used
    • Howard County-- 5 days allocated; 7 days used; 8 days delayed
    • Montgomery County -- 4 days allocated; 6 days used
    • Prince George's County -- 4 days allocated; 6 days used

    D.C. Public Schools:

    • 3 days allocated; 2 days used; 5 days delayed

    Nicole Fierro, Kristin Wright and David Culver contributed to this report.