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2014-15 Calendar

2014-15 Pinellas County School District calendar

Aug. 18: First day of school for students.

Sept. 1: Labor Day — school closed.

Oct. 17: End of first quarter.

Oct. 20: Schools closed for students. Teacher work day.

Nov. 24-28: Thanksgiving break — schools closed.

Dec. 19: End of first semester.

Dec. 22-Jan. 2: Winter break — schools closed.

Jan. 5: Schools closed for students. Teacher work day.

Jan. 6: Second semester begins.

Jan. 19: Martin Luther King Jr. Day — schools closed.

Feb. 16: Schools closed for students. Teacher work day.

March 13: End of third quarter.

March 16: Schools closed for students. Teacher work day.

March 30-April 3: Spring break — schools closed.

April 6: Schools reopen.

May 25: Memorial Day — schools closed.

June 2: Last day for students (except for adult students at postsecondary centers).

June 5: Last work day for teachers.

Special observance days

(Religious holidays for which an absence will be excused)

Sept. 25-26: Rosh Hashana

Oct. 4: Yom Kippur

Oct. 5: Eid al-Adha

Oct. 9-10: Sukkot

Oct. 16-17: Shemini Atzeret

April 3: Good Friday

April 4-5: Passover

April 10: Eastern Orthodox Holy Friday

April 10-11: Seventh and eighth days of Passover

May 24: Shavuot

2014-15 Pinellas County School District calendar 07/29/14 [Last modified: Tuesday, July 29, 2014 7:14pm]
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