School districts that had trouble keeping the doors open during the ice and snow of the winter might not be required to make up all those lost days. State Representative Charlie Shields of St. Joseph is sponsoring a bill that would allow the students to get out of school on or near the normal end of classes. Shields says it would be impossible for some northern Missouri school districts to make up all their “snow days” and dismiss in time for farm youth to work the fields and for teachers to enroll in summer college courses. The bill needs another favorable vote to move to the Senate.