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2017 - 2018 School Year Calendar

 
 The 2017-2018 School Year Calendar was approved at the Legislative Meeting held on February 23, 2017
 
 
 
                             2017-2018  School Year Calendar
July 4
Holiday, All Buildings Closed
August 21-25
New Teacher Orientation
August 25 Teacher Set-Up Day
August 25-31 Teacher Inservice
September 4 Holiday, All Buildings Closed 
September 5 
First Day of School K-9
September 6 
School in Session K-12
September 21 
Holiday, All Buildings Closed 
November 6
No School for Students - Teacher Inservice
November 7   
No School for Students - Teacher Inservice
November 21
Parent Conferences K-8 - No School K-8
November 23-24         
 Holiday, All Buildings Closed
December 25-29   
 Student/Teacher Holiday
December 25-26               
 Holiday, All Buildings Closed
January 1 
 Holiday, All Buildings Closed
January 2 
  No School for Students - Teacher Inservice
January 15
 Holiday, All Buildings Closed
January 26
Semester End, Early Dismissal - SLMS 11:50 a.m. - PHS Make-up Exams only
February 15    Early Dismissal Elementary Students only 12:20 p.m.
February 16   No School for Students - Teacher Inservice
February19
Holiday,  All Buildings Closed
March 8 & 9
Parent Conferences K-8 - No School K-8
March 26-30
Student/Teacher Holiday
March 29-30 
Holiday, All Buildings Closed
May 28 
Holiday, All Buildings Closed
June  7
PHS Graduation - Teacher Inservice Day
June 15
Early Dismissal PHS 10:15, SLMS  - 11:00,  Elem 12:00 - Teacher Inservice - PM
June 18    Last Day for Students PHS 10:15 -  SLMS 11:00 - Elem 12:00 - Teacher Inservice - PM
June 19 - 21Teacher Inservice
                            
 
   *These year-end dates allow for three emergency    
   school closings during the 2017-2018 school year. 
   If fewer than three emergency school closings are 
   needed, these days will be deducted from the end    
   of the year for students. If more than three snow 
   days are used, we may extend the school year or
   days in spring break may be deducted to  
   meet our necessary State requirements.  
 
 
 



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