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Alexandria School Board adopts calendars for next two school years

A district calendar committee – comprised of district, school and parent representatives – guided the work.

ALEXANDRIA — At its regular meeting held Feb. 28, the Alexandria School Board adopted calendars for the next two school years.

Darcy Josephson, assistant superintendent of teaching and learning, updated the board on the planning criteria that guided the work of the district calendar committee – a committee comprised of district, school and parent representatives.

The 2022-23 school year in Alexandria Public Schools will begin Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022, for all PreK-12 students. Dates when there will be no school for all students in 2022-23 are as follows: Oct. 20-21, November 7, 24-25, Dec. 23-January 2, Jan. 16, Feb. 17 and 20, April 6, 7 and 10, and May 29. Three planned two-hour late starts (used for staff training or collaboration) will occur on Sept. 28, Feb. 1 and March 29. The last day of school is June 1 and graduation will be held June 2.

The 2023-24 school year in Alexandria Public Schools will begin Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2024, for all PreK-12 students. Dates when there will be no school for all students in 2023-24 are as follows: Oct. 19-20, Nov. 6, 23-24, Dec. 22-Jan. 2, Jan. 15, Feb. 16 and 19, March 28-29, April 1, and May 27. The three planned two-hour late starts will occur on Sept. 27, Feb. 7, and April 10. The last day of school and graduation will be May 31.

Printable versions of both calendars are available on the district’s website, www.alexschools.org, School Calendars page.

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