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Pasco County school calendar for 2011-12

Aug. 16: Middle and high school orientation.

Aug. 17: Elementary school orientation.

Aug. 22: First day of school.

Aug. 25: Adult Education graduation.

Sept. 5: Labor Day. No school.

Sept. 23: Progress reports are distributed.

Oct. 20: End of the first grading quarter.

Oct. 21: Teacher planning day/voluntary staff development day. No school for students.

Oct. 28: Report cards are distributed.

Nov. 11: Veterans Day, no school. (Possible hurricane make-up day)

Nov. 23-25: Thanksgiving break. No school.

Nov. 29: Progress reports are distributed.

Dec. 22: End of second grading quarter.

Dec. 23-Jan 8: Winter break.

Jan. 9: Teacher planning day. No school for students.

Jan. 16: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. No school.

Jan. 17: Report cards distributed.

Feb. 2: Adult Education graduation.

Feb. 15: Progress reports are distributed.

Feb. 20: Presidents' Day. No school. (Possible hurricane make-up day)

Feb. 28-March 1: FCAT Writing.

March 16: End of third grading quarter.

March 19: Teacher planning day. No school for students.

March 26: Report cards are distributed.

April 2-6: Spring break.

April 16-27: FCAT reading, math, science and retakes.

May 2: Progress reports are distributed.

May 28: Memorial Day. No school.

June 1-3: High school graduation.

June 5: Last day for students.

June 14: Secondary report cards are mailed.

Pasco County school calendar for 2011-12 07/30/11 [Last modified: Friday, July 29, 2011 4:00pm]
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