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Key dates for 2013-14

Pasco County schools: key dates for 2013-14

Aug. 19: Students' first day of school.

Sept. 2: Labor Day — closed.

Oct. 18: End of first quarter.

Oct. 21: Schools closed for students. Teacher planning day.

Oct. 28: Report cards.

Nov. 11: Veterans Day — closed.

Nov. 27-29: Thanksgiving break — closed.

Dec. 20: End of first semester.

Dec. 23-Jan. 3: Winter break — closed.

Jan. 6: Schools closed for students. Teacher planning day.

Jan. 13: Report cards.

Jan. 20: Martin Luther King Jr. Day — closed.

Feb. 17: Presidents Day — closed.

March 13: End of third quarter.

March 14: Schools closed for students. Teacher planning day.

March 17-21: Spring break — closed.

March 31: Report cards.

April 18: Schools closed.

May 21: Last day for seniors.

May 26: Memorial Day — closed.

May 30-31: Graduation.

June 3: Last day for students.

June 12: Report cards.

Pasco County schools: key dates for 2013-14 08/02/13 [Last modified: Friday, August 2, 2013 5:47pm]
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