More than 350 people shared feedback on the 2022-23 school calendar. (You can see that feedback here.) The district is reviewing all of the feedback that was shared. One area where there was wide agreement among families was reducing the number of school improvement and institute half-days on the calendar.
The district has filed a waiver with the state to convert four half days into two full days off for students. (Staff would still be in the buildings to work on school improvement plans and professional development.)
A 2022-23 calendar with these changes is expected to be presented to the Board of Education at the January meeting. The district will share that final calendar via email once it is approved.