With another snow storm brewing, Craven County Schools announced makeup days for the last snow storm to hit the area on Jan. 5.

For those schools on the traditional calendar, Monday will now be a full day of classroom instruction for students. Previously, it had been a scheduled workday for teachers.

Other schedule changes for Craven County Schools include:

Feb. 19 — full day for students (originally had been President’s Day holiday)

April 27 — full day for students (originally had been half day for students)

June 7 — full day for students (originally had been half day for students and last day of school)

June 8 — half day for students (originally had been no school for students)

For the early college high schools, which did not miss the same amount of time as the traditional schools, the only calendar change is that Feb. 19 will now be a full day for students as opposed to being a holiday.

Craven County Schools had closed its schools to students for five days during the storm that dropped up to 6 inches of snow on Craven County.

Schools dismissed early on Wednesday, and as of press time, there was no immediate decision on classes for Thursday. Makeup time for the most recent dismissal has not been announced.

In Pamlico County, Jan. 24 will not be a regular school day for students, and early student dismissal days scheduled for March 9, May 4 and June 8 will now be full days for students.