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2010-2011 calendar

2010-2011 Pinellas County school calendar

Aug. 24: Classes begin.

Sept. 6: Labor Day. Schools closed.

Oct. 15: Professional development day for teachers. No school for students.

Nov. 22-26: Thanksgiving holidays. No school for students.

Dec. 20-31: Winter holidays. Schools closed.

Jan. 3: Schools reopen.

Jan. 17: Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Schools closed.

Jan. 21: Professional development day for teachers. No school for students. First semester ends.

Jan. 24: Second semester begins.

Feb. 14: Site-based training day for teachers. No school for students.

March 28-April 1: Spring holidays. Schools closed.

April 4: Schools reopen.

April 25: Districtwide instructional staff training day for teachers. No school for students.

May 30: Memorial Day holiday.

June 8: Last day of school. Second semester ends.

Report cards

Elementary schools: Nov. 12, Feb. 25, June 8.

Middle and high schools: Oct. 14, Dec. 3, Feb. 1, March 14, May 2, June 15.

Observance days

The School Board has approved these observance days for the 2010-11 school year. No testing or major reviews can take place on these days. Students may make up the work. No district-coordinated activities should be scheduled on days or evenings designated as special observance days.

Sept. 9: Rosh Hashanah

Sept. 10: Second day of Rosh Hashanah

Sept. 10: Eid al-Fitr

Sept. 17: Yom Kippur

Sept. 23-24: Sukkot

Sept. 30-Oct. 1: Shemini Atzereth

Nov. 16: Eid al-Adha

April 19-20: Passover

April 22: Good Friday, Eastern Orthodox Holy Friday

April 25: Seventh day of Passover

April 26: Eighth day of Passover

June 8-9: Shavuot

2010-2011 Pinellas County school calendar 07/31/10 [Last modified: Saturday, July 31, 2010 4:32am]
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