Children across the Commonwealth may not find a snow day means no school work if the Governor signs a new bill sent to his desk. The state House of Representatives passed a bill yesterday that would give school districts about a week of flexible instruction days every school year. A flexible day would mean schools can give out assignments to students on days when snow or other things occur that require school buildings to close. Such days would also cover building closures due to repairs or even security threats made against a district. The governor has not said whether he actually plans to sign the bill into law.