Nine-two could become more than just numbers for Roane County students.
School officials plan to explore a calendar where students would go to school for nine weeks and then get a two-week break.
“It increases the time off during the year by two weeks, so that means you have to start a little earlier and maybe end a little later,” Director of Schools Gary Aytes said.
“It has good points,” he added. “Probably the big drawback is you’re starting earlier in the year.”