School Calendar Survey

  • In December 2020 we are seeking feedback from both our parents/guardians and our employees to determine the school calendars for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 school year.  All parents and employees will receive an email inviting them to complete a short survey with their choice.  One survey completion per household.

    As stated in Governing Board Policy IC, The school year shall not be less than 180 instructional days and the Board shall establish the school calendars two years in advance after recommendations from the Superintendent.

    Below you will find the draft calendars and some more information to support you in completing the survey.

    Calendar Options for 2022-23 and 2023-24 School Years

    1-2-1 Option:

    a one (1) week fall break,

    a two (2) week winter break,

    a one (1) week spring break and;

    a nine to ten (9-10) week summer break.

    The start to the year would be early August.

    The end of the year would be prior to Memorial Day.

     

    2-2-2 Option:

    a two (2) week fall break, 

    a two (2) week winter break, 

    a two (2) week spring break and;

    an eight (8) week summer break.

    The start to the year would be late July.

    The end of the year would be prior to Memorial Day. 

Calendar Option Details

  • 1-2-1 Details:

    • 180 school days
    • Mirrors the current school year calendar 
    • School begins the first week of August
    • One week of Fall Break
    • The first semester ends prior to Winter Break
    • Two weeks of Winter Break
    • One week of Spring Break   
    • School ends prior to the Memorial Day weekend
    • Longer summer than 2-2-2 option
    • Sports and extracurricular activities during breaks

     

    2-2-2 Details:

    • 180 school days
    • School begins in the third or fourth week of July
    • Two weeks of Fall Break
    • The first semester ends prior to Winter Break
    • Two weeks of Winter Break
    • Two weeks of Spring Break
    • School ends prior to the Memorial Day weekend
    • Shorter summer by 1.5 - 2 weeks
    • Students could be less likely to incur summer learning loss with a shorter break
    • Remediation for students could be provided during fall and spring breaks while still having some of the time off for relaxation rather than waiting an entire school year until summer
    • Sports and extracurricular activities during breaks
Last Modified on December 8, 2020