Back to School: 2011-2012 School Calendar Dates

The first day of New York public school is days away. Here are important dates to remember for the upcoming 2011-2011 school calendar year. And don’t forget to check out NYC School Calendar app (it’s free) to ensure you don’t miss any important school related dates.

September
Thursday, 9/8 – School begins for all students.
September 8-9 are early dismissal days for kindergarten and Pre-K students
Monday, 9/12 – First full day for Kindergarten students
Tuesday, Sept 12 – Early dismissal for Pre-K only
Tuesday, 9/13 – First full day for all Pre-K students
Thursday & Friday, 9/29 – 9/30 – Rosh Hashanah, schools closed

October
Thursday, 10/6 – No school for Pre-K students
Monday, 10/10 – Columbus Day, schools closed
High Schools  Parent -Teacher Conferences
Thursday, 10/27– Evening
Friday, 10/28 – Afternoon

November
Tuesday, 11/8 – Election Day, schools closed for staff development
Friday, 11/11 – Veterans Day, schools closed
Monday, 11/14 – Elementary Schools  Parent -Teacher Conferences
11/25 Thanksgiving Break, schools closed

December
Monday, 12/26 – Monday, January 2 – Winter Recess, schools closed.

January
Tuesday, 1/3 – Schools re-open
Monday, 1/16 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, schools closed
Tuesday, 1/24 – Friday, 1/27 – New York State Regents Exams for high schools students.  Students are not in attendance unless they are scheduled to take an exam.
Friday, 1/27 – No school for Pre-K students
Tuesday, 1/31 – Spring Term begins for high school students.  New teachers, new classes.

February
Monday, 2/20 – Friday, 2/24 – Midwinter Recess, schools closed

March
Friday, 3/23 – No school for Pre-K students
Friday, 4/6 – Friday, 4/13 – Spring Break, schools closed

May
Monday, 5/28 – Memorial Day, schools closed

June
Thursday, 6/7 – Chancellor’s conference day, no school
Wednesday, 6/13 – Friday, 6/22 – New York State Regents Exams for high schools students.  Students are not in attendance unless they are scheduled to take an exam.
Wednesday, 6/27 Last day for all students

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