Distance Learning Calendar

With the governor’s announcement that distance learning will continue through the end of the school year, we are making some minor calendar adjustments to ensure teachers have time to plan and put in place resources to support students in their learning.

Non-School Days:

Per the governor’s order, Friday, May 1 and Monday, May 4 are designated planning days for districts.  These are non-school days for students. 

Student Support and Teacher Planning:
Starting Friday, May 8, and continuing May 15, May 22, and May 29, Fridays will look different.  

  • At the elementary level, students will have a regular school day in the morning and teachers will not be available after 11 a.m.  
  • At the middle and high school level, students will have WIN time in the morning and teachers will not be available after 11 a.m.  Friday afternoons will be a time reserved for teachers to connect with colleagues and have designated time to plan for the week ahead.

No Late Start May 14
Given additional planning time added to the calendar, there will be no late start on Thursday, May 14.  Daily work will be delivered to students at the usual time. 

No School May 25
In observance of Memorial Day holiday.

Last Day of School
Our school year will end as scheduled.  

  • June 2 is the last day for elementary students
  • June 4 is the last day for middle and high school students.