Carolyn Kumpf's records don't go back that far.
The Clay Community School Corporation Director of Personnel told The Brazil Times on Friday it's been several years since students have had to go to school in June.
But this year, that's exactly what will happen.
The corporation missed four days this week due to severe weather conditions. Three days had already been missed due to weather. Other days missed due to weather included Dec. 16, Jan. 11, and Jan. 20.
"We've missed a total of seven days," Kumpf said. "We try to build in four (snow days), but this year, we only had one built in.
"We wanted to try to get out before Memorial Day (Monday, May 30). But we definitely will be going into June."
The initial snow day built in was April 25. However, with seven missed days, students will, more than likely, be in classrooms until June 2.
"We were scheduled for the last student day to be May 24," Kumpf said. "We had three extra days we could tack on to the end of the year and still be out by Memorial Day.
"But now, the last day of school will be June 2, if we have no more snow days."
Kumpf added last year, the corporation had four snow day cancellations, but still got out of school May 28.
Kumpf said typically, CCSC Director of Buildings and Maintenance Tom Reberger, along with Transportation Director Frank Misner assess roads and the parking lots of the schools to determine if it is safe for travel.
They then relay the information to CCSC Interim Supt. Kim Tucker, who decides whether school will be canceled or not.
"Normally, what we try to do is see if they are going to get the roads cleared and wait to see what happens," Kumpf said. "But with the conditions that we've had, it's pretty obvious that the road conditions are not going to change in the afternoon and evening."
Due to the additional days being tacked onto the school year, Kumpf added graduations would be changed this year.
Northview High School was scheduled to graduate May 27, while Cumberland Academy was to graduate May 28. Clay City was to graduate May 29.
Kumpf said no decision would be made on graduations until the corporation's spring break, scheduled for March 21-25.
Despite Indiana's Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett recently saying corporations statewide would have to make up the lost days, Kumpf said CCSC and other corporations may still apply for a waiver.
Bennett recently informed school corporation's waivers would not be issued, stating he was following state legislation, which requires students to attend 180 days of school in a calendar year.
"(Bennett) has said he is just following state law," Kumpf said. "By giving waivers, he feels like he's not following state law."
Still, Kumpf said with the recent weather system that ravaged the state, if enough school corporations apply for waivers, that decision might change due to the severe circumstances.
If not, the school year will conclude in June.
"Obviously, we'll make it up at the end of the year," Kumpf said. "But the only thing is, instruction at the end of the year is not the equivalent to instruction at this time of year. But we have no choice."
CCSC Interim Superintendent Kim Tucker was unavailable for comment Friday.