For the first time this week, public schools in Boston are open again following another storm that dumped additional snow in the already snow-covered city.
Eight snow days have been held so far in the city and school officials and lawmakers have a plan to make up for those days.
Crews have been working to clear sidewalks around Boston’s schools.
Because of the missed days, students will now have to attend school on evacuation day, March 17 and Bunker Hill Day, June 17. The city has already extended school to June 30.
Travel in Boston will still be impacted by the storm Wednesday. There is a citywide parking ban in effect until 5 p.m. and the MBTA is running on a limited service.