Your kids may have loved their three snow days this week (and there's a chance for more if this weekend's storm is as bad as predicted) but they won't love the school district's plan for making those days up.

According a post on West Ada School District's webpage, the Treasure Valley's winter weather caused the school to call the most snow days in district history. The district has a policy for adverse conditions and emergency closures which states that if the school has to call three snow days before January 10th, they will make up one of those snow days on Martin Luther King Jr Day.

That means this year, kids in the West Ada School District will make up the third snow day on Monday, January 16th.  Classes will be in session and the high schools are operating on a B schedule that day.