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2011-2012 Hillsborough academic calendar

2011-2012 Hillsborough academic calendar

Teacher preplanning: Aug. 15-22

Students' first day of school: Aug. 23

Labor Day holiday/schools and district offices closed: Sept. 5

End of first grading period: Oct. 20

Nonstudent day: Oct. 21

Veterans Day holiday/nonstudent day: Nov. 11

Thanksgiving holiday/schools and district offices closed: Nov. 21-25

Students return to school: Nov. 28

Winter break/schools and district offices closed: Dec. 19-30

Students return to school: Jan. 2

End of second grading period (first semester): Jan. 13

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday/schools and district offices closed: Jan. 16

Nonstudent day: Jan. 17

Florida State Fair Day/nonstudent day for schools in West Hillsborough County: Feb. 10

Strawberry Festival/nonstudent day for schools in East Hillsborough County: March 5

Spring break/schools and district offices closed: March 12-16

Students return to school: March 19

End of third grading period: March 30

Nonstudent day: April 6

Memorial Day holiday/schools and district offices closed: May 28

Last day of school/end of fourth grading period (second semester) dismissal 2 1/2 hours early: June 8

Teacher postplanning: June 11

Conference days: Dates and times are determined by individual schools

Student early release: Each Monday one-hour early release

For more information, go to the Hillsborough County School District website at or call the district at (813) 272-4000.

2011-2012 Hillsborough academic calendar 07/28/11 [Last modified: Thursday, July 28, 2011 4:31am]
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