By Chelsi Baker
Times West Virginian
FAIRMONT — Students in Marion County missed 19 days of school this year.
With snowfall totaling 62 1/2 inches this winter and temperatures reaching 9 degrees below zero at times, students and teachers were forced to stay home so as not to risk their safety.
That many snow days left schools behind schedule in terms of what material teachers want and need to cover, which could negatively impact students’ progress on what they...