Important dates

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2021-22 Important Dates

September

2,3 – Conference days, no school for students
6 – Labor Day (closed)
7 – Rosh Hashanah (closed)
8 – Opening Day
16 – Yom Kippur (closed)

October 

8 – Conference day
11 – Columbus Day (closed)

November

11-Veterans Day observed (closed)
24 – Scheduled half-day
25-26 – Thanksgiving Recess

December

24-31 – Winter Recess

January

1 – Winter Recess (cont.)
17- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
25-28 Regents Exams

February

18- Conference day (no school for students)
21- Presidents Day (closed)

March

18 – Conference day (no school for students)
29 – April 5 – ELA exams*

April

1-5 – ELA exams (cont.)
15-22 – Spring Recess
26-May 5 – Math exams*

May

1-5 – Math exams (cont.)*
24-June 3 – 8th science performance exam*
30 – Memorial Day (closed)

June

1-3 – Eighth-grade science performance exam*
6- Eighth-grade science written exam
15-23 – Regents exams
20 – Juneteenth, Observed (closed)
22-23 – Half day (elementary and middle schools)
24 – Last half day of school (elementary and middle schools)
24 – Regents rating day (high school)

* NYS exam dates are a testing window. Students are not tested every day. 

Total days:

184 student days
4 Superintendent conference days
1 Additional teacher conference day
Total days: 189

Snow emergency days: 8

If the district has used four days on Feb. 1, Presidents Day may become a student day to allow an additional emergency closure. 

If all days have been used before spring break, we may begin taking back on Friday, April 22 and continue backward on the calendar until all days are extinguished. 

Give-back days will be allotted in the following order: 
May 31
May 27
April 14 

For a printable one-page calendar, click here. 

 

2020-21 Important Dates

One printed copy of the district’s calendar will be mailed home to each enrolled family over the summer. The digital district calendar is available here. 

September

9, 10, 11 – Conference Days, no school for students
14 – Opening Day (first day of school for students)
19 – Rosh Hashanah
28 – Yom Kippur (closed) 

October 

12 – Columbus Day (closed) 

November 

11 – Veterans Day Observed (closed) 
25 – Scheduled Half Day
26-29 – Thanksgiving Recess

December 

24-31 – Winter Recess 

January 

1 – Winter Recess Continued
18 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (closed)
26-29 Regents Exams

February

12 – Conference Day (no school for students)
15 – Presidents Day (closed) 

March 

29-31 – Spring Recess

April 

1-2 – Spring Recess Continued 
19-26 – ELA Exams*

May

3-10 – Math Exams*
25-28 – Eighth-Grade Science Assessments* (Performance)
31 – Memorial Day (off) 

June

1-4 – Eighth-Grade Science Assessments* (Performance), Continued 
7 – Eighth-Grade Science Assessments* (Written)
16-24 – Regents Exams
23 – 25 – Half-Day (Elementary and Middle School)
25 – Regents Rating Day (no school for high school students) 

*NYS exam dates indicated are a “testing window.” Students are not tested every day. The majority of students will be testing on a computer-based platform. 

Take back days

If the district has used 5 emergency days by Feb. 1, Presidents Day will become a student day to allow an additional emergency closure 

If all days have been used before spring break, we will begin taking back on Monday, March 29 and continue forward on the calendar until all days are extinguished. 

Give back days

Give back days will be allotted in the following order: 

May 28
May 27
April 5
March 26 

For a printable one-page calendar, please click here