My reading of the Department of Education Calendar for this school year says we won't have any room for further snow days after tomorrow to meet the State minimum of 180 aidable school days.
Let it snow all night but clean it up by Wednesday. Otherwise, we are in a Sandy type situation where we will have to start extending the calendar somewhere else to make up for any further snow days.
This is from the DOE Calendar for 206-17.
16. As a result of Chancellor Conference Days, shortened sessions for various purposes, and Regents Days,
the total number of instructional days (days when students report to school) may be different from the
number of state aidable days.
17. For Grades 1 through 6, there are 182 aidable days (178 instructional days).
18. For Grades 7 and 8 Citywide and Grade 9 in Middle Schools (including District 75), there are 182
aidable days (178 instructional days).
19. For High School Level Grades 9 through 12, there are 182 aidable days in all boroughs, 165 of which
are instructional (in District 75, there are 182 aidable days, 178 of which are instructional days).
Last time I looked 182 - 2 = 180 so that's it for snow days this year.