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2012-13 school year calendar

Aug. 13-17: Teacher Planning days

Aug. 14: Middle and high school orientation

Aug. 15: Elementary orientation

Aug. 20: First day of school

Aug. 23: Adult Education graduation

Sept. 3: No school — Labor Day

Sept. 21: Progress reports

Oct. 19: End of first quarter

Oct. 22: No school for students, teacher planning day

Oct. 29: Report cards

Nov. 19-23: No school — Thanksgiving break

Nov. 19-20: Possible hurricane makeup days

Nov. 28: Progress reports

Dec. 21: End of first semester

Dec. 24-Jan. 4: No school, winter break

Jan. 7: No school for students, teacher planning day

Jan. 8: First day back after winter break for students

Jan. 14: Report cards

Jan. 21: No school — Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Jan. 31: Adult Education graduation

Feb. 13: Progress reports

Feb. 18: No school — Presidents' Day

March 22: End of third quarter

March 25-29: Spring Break

April 1: No school for students, teacher planning day

April 8: Report cards

April 15-26: FCAT testing

May 1: Progress reports

May 22: Last day of school for high school seniors

May 27: No school — Memorial Day

May 31-June 1: High school graduation

June 4: Last day of school for students

June 13: Report cards

2012-13 school year calendar 08/04/12 [Last modified: Saturday, August 4, 2012 4:31am]
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