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2013-14 Hillsborough County schools student academic calendar

The Hillsborough County School Board has approved the student academic calendar for the 2013-14 school year, as well as a tentative calendar for the 2014-15 school year. Both calendars are available on the school district website ( in English and Spanish. Below is the 2013-14 calendar.

Aug. 20: Students' first day of school

Sept. 2: Labor Day holiday/schools and district offices closed

Oct. 18: End of first grading period

Oct. 21: Nonstudent day

Nov. 11: Veterans Day holiday/nonstudent day

Nov. 25-29: Fall break/schools and district offices closed

Dec. 2: Students return to school

Dec. 23-Jan. 3: Winter break/schools and district offices closed

Jan. 6: Students return to school

Jan. 17: End of second grading period (end of first semester)

Jan. 20: Martin Luther King Jr. holiday/schools and district offices closed

Jan. 21: Nonstudent day

Feb. 7: Florida State Fair Day/nonstudent day-west Hillsborough County

March 3: Strawberry Festival/nonstudent day- east Hillsborough County

March 10-14: Spring break/schools and district offices closed

March 17: Students return to school

March 28: End of third grading period

April 18: Nonstudent day

May 26: Memorial Day holiday/schools and district offices closed

June 6: Last day of school/end of fourth grading period (end of second semester)

2013-14 Hillsborough County schools student academic calendar 04/06/13 [Last modified: Friday, April 5, 2013 4:37pm]
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