Updated Tuesday, March 8, 2022 with additional calendar drafts and a new survey to gather your feedback.
We want to hear your thoughts and feedback about the proposed 2022-23 school calendars. Please complete this survey by noon on Friday, March 18, 2022.
Divided into four 9-week grading terms:
- 2022-23 District traditional school calendar, 9 week terms - DRAFT
- 2022-23 Warren Early College High School School calendar, 9 week terms - DRAFT
Divided into six, 6-week grading terms:
- 2022-23 District traditional school calendar, 6 week terms - DRAFT
- 2022-23 Warren Early College High School calendar, 6 week terms - DRAFT
School Calendars must meet the following requirements
- Start date no earlier than the Monday closest to August 26 and end date no later than the Friday closest to June 11 (unless a weather-related calendar waiver has been approved, year-round school, charter school or cooperative innovative high school.) If waiver is approved the start date can be no earlier than the Monday closest to August 19.
- There are no educational purpose waivers for exemption of the opening and/or closing dates.
- All schools within the district must be closed all day for purposes of determining eligibility for a weather-related waiver (delayed starts or early dismissals of two or more hours no longer apply).
- Covers at least nine calendar months.
- Must have a minimum of 185 days OR 1,025 hours of instruction.
- Must have at least nine (9) teacher workdays.
- Local Boards shall designate two (2) workdays on which teachers may take accumulated vacation leave. Local Boards may designate the remaining workdays as days teachers may take accumulated vacation leave.
- Have a minimum of ten (10) annual vacation leave days.
- Have the same or an equivalent number of legal holidays occurring within the school calendar as those designated by the State Personnel Commission for State employees.
- School shall not be held on Sunday.
- Veterans Day shall be a holiday for all public-school personnel and for all students enrolled in the public schools.