After the last two week's inclement weather, all local school districts have exceeded the number of calamity days that will be forgiven by the state.

Each school year, the State of Ohio allots five days that do not have to be made up in the event of a calamity.

Many people refer to them as "snow days." But anything -- such as a broken waterline -- that forces a school to close on a day scheduled for class would count as a calamity.

As of Friday, here is where the local districts stood:

Barnesville Expempted Village Schools -- eight days missed, three to make up;

* Union Local Schools -- seven days missed, two to make up;

* Switzerland of Ohio Schools --

* East Guernsey Local Schools-- eight days missed, three to make up;