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Pasco County 2010-2011 school calendar

Aug. 9-13: Teacher planning days

Aug. 10: Middle and high school orientation

Aug. 11: Elementary school orientation

Aug. 16: First day of school for students

Aug. 26: Adult education graduation

Sept. 6: No school — Labor Day

Sept. 17: Progress reports

Oct. 15: End of first grading quarter

Oct. 18: No school for students — teacher planning day

Oct. 25: Report cards

Nov. 11: No school — Veterans Day (possible hurricane make-up day)

Nov. 19: Progress reports

Nov. 24-26: No school — Thanksgiving break

Dec. 22: End of second grading quarter

Dec. 23-Jan. 6: No school — winter break

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

Jan. 17: No school — Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Jan. 18: Report cards

Feb. 3: Adult education graduation

Feb 7: Progress reports

Feb. 21: No school — Presidents Day

March 11: End of third grading quarter

March 14-18: No school — spring break

March 21: No school for students — teacher planning day.

March 28: Report cards

April 28: Progress reports

April 29: No school for students and teachers (possible hurricane make-up day)

May 27-29: High school graduations

May 30: No school — Memorial Day

June 1: Last day of school for students

June 14: Report cards

FCAT dates

March 1-4: FCAT Writes

March 30-31 and April 1-6: FCAT retakes

April 11-22: FCAT reading, math and science

SAT dates for 2010-11

Oct. 9, Nov. 6, Dec. 4, Jan. 22, March 12, May 7, June 4

For information about test sites, fees and registration deadlines, go to

ACT dates for 2010-11

Sept. 11, Oct. 23, Dec. 11, Feb. 12, April 9, June 11

For information about test sites, fees and registration deadlines, go to:

Pasco County 2010-2011 school calendar 07/31/10 [Last modified: Saturday, July 31, 2010 11:52am]
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