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Special observance days

Special observance days
The Pinellas School Board has approved these special observance days for the 2008-09 school year. No testing or major reviews can take place on these days. Students will have the opportunity to make up the work. No district-coordinated activities should be scheduled on days or evenings designated as special observance days.
Sept. 30: Rosh Hashana
Oct. 1: Second day of Rosh Hashana
Oct. 2: Eid al-Fitr
Oct. 9: Yom Kippur
Oct. 14-15: Sukkot
Oct. 21-22: Shemini Atzeret
Dec. 9: Eid al-Adha
April 9-10: Passover
April 10: Good Friday
April 15: Seventh day of Passover
April 16: Eighth day of Passover
April 17: Eastern Orthodox Holy Friday
May 29-30: Shavuot

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