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PTA Event Calendar

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You can import this calendar in to your mobile device or favorite calendar app by using the iCal address.

2020-2021 School Year

August 17 – 21 Jump Start, a sneak peek at school for incoming kindergartners. Read more about Jump Start.

September 4 First day of school for 1st – 12th grade students

September 7 Labor Day (no school)

September 8 First day of school for kindergarten, all preschool students

October 9 State In-service Day (no school)

November 11 Veterans Day (no school)

November 23 – 25 Elementary conference days (no school for elementary and K-8 students; varies by school)

November 26 – 27 Thanksgiving break (no school) Thanksgiving and Native American Heritage Day

December 18 1-hour early dismissal (winter break)

December 21, 2020 – January 1, 2021 Winter break (no school)

January 18 Martin Luther King Jr. Day (no school)

January 28 Day Between Semesters (no school)

February 15 – 19 Mid-winter break including Presidents Day (no school)

April 12 – 16 Spring break (no school)

May 31 Memorial Day (no school)

June 18, 2021 Last day of school (1-hour early dismissal)


Sharing Dates to Web-Calendars

Click the links below to find the web-based calendar for these dates based on school type that you can share to personal web calendars.

Planning for Future School Year Dates

The CBA 2019-22 (Collective Bargaining Agreement) outlines that the calendar will adhere to the following rules:

  1. First day of school: The first Wednesday in September.
  2. State In-service Day: As recognized by the state and typically the second Friday in October.
  3. Winter break: At least 10 weekdays, ending after New Year’s Day. If New Year’s Day falls or is observed on a Monday, students will return to school on the next day (Tuesday).
  4. Mid-winter break: President’s Day and the following four workdays.
  5. Spring break: Five days starting the second Monday in April.
  6. Snow make-up days: At least three snow days shall be scheduled, including the day between semesters, and the first two days following the last day of school in June.
  7. Holidays:
    • Labor Day (when school begins before this day in September)
    • Veterans Day (November)
    • Thanksgiving Day and the day after Thanksgiving (November)
    • Martin Luther King Jr. Day (January)
    • Presidents’ Day (February)
    • Memorial Day (May)
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