FAIRFIELD — The string of inclement weather of the past two weeks has left districts like Fairfield with few built-in snow days remaining as winter weather lingers in mid-March.

Fairfield had eight snow days budgeted for in their school calendar, all of which could be tacked on at the end of the school year. School was canceled March 7 and 8 because of snow and high winds from the area’s second nor’easter in as many weeks. A third nor’easter closed schools on Tuesday.

With the March 13 cancellation, Fairfield had used up seven of their allotted snow days. Any closures past eight would be taken from the district’s April break, according to Superintendent of Schools Toni Jones.

“A great deal has transpired since last Wednesday,” said Toni Jones, on Tuesday.

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