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Welcome to CCISD! We’re looking forward to welcoming students back to class on Monday, August 27. Teachers and staff are ready to greet returning students and meet new ones. In order to help families prepare for the new school year, we are happy to provide this special Back to School issue. Please tuck your copy away for future reference. Inside you will find information on enrollment, attendance, school boundaries, transportation, and much more.

We look forward to seeing students on Monday, August 27. If you have additional questions, please contact any of our schools or visit our website at www.ccisd.us. See you soon! Dr. Roland Hernandez Superintendent of Schools

CCISD Board of Trustees The Board of Trustees consists of seven members elected by voters residing within the district’s boundaries to serve four-year terms without pay. The Board has final and complete control over all major decisions regarding school policy, curriculum, expenditures, and building programs. Board authority is defined by federal and state law and by regulations set by the State Board of Education. Trustees hold regular meetings on the second and fourth Monday of each month in the Board Room of the Administration Building, 801 Leopard Street, beginning at 3:30 p.m. Agendas are posted at the Administration Building and on the district’s website at www.ccisd.us. Catherine Susser President District 4

Jane D. Bell Secretary At-Large

Marty Bell Trustee At-Large

Tony Elizondo Trustee

Alice Upshaw Hawkins Dr. Tony C. Diaz John Longoria Vice President Asssitant Secretary Trustee At-Large District 3 District 1

CCISD Directory Administration Building ............ 695-7200 Administration Board of Trustees ..................... 695-7403 Superintendent ......................... 695-7405 Deputy Superintendent ................ 695-7408

Departments Advanced Academics................ 695-7221 Assessment & Accountability..... 844-0396 Athletics ................................... 695-7650 At Risk/Dropouts ..................... 844-0432 Attendance Officers ................. 695-7242 AVID ........................................ 695-7486 Bilingual Education ................. 695-7555 Book Processing ...................... 289-9257 Business Partnerships .............. 695-7412

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Career & Technical Education .. 695-7486 Natatorium ................................... 878-2333 Census Office/Records ............. 878-3900 Police & Security Services .......... 289-9247 Communications ....................... 695-7410 Purchasing/Distribution ............... 695-7354 Curriculum and Instruction........ 695-7500 Special Education ........................ 878-2684 Dyslexia Services ...................... 878-2680 Student Health Services ............... 878-2680 Family & Community Involvement 844-0442 Student Support Services ............. 695-7242 Food Services ............................ 844-0222 Summer School ............................ 695-7435 Guidance & Counseling ............ 878-2681 Technology Services..................... 878-3900 Homebound Program ................ 878-1738 Title I Services ............................. 695-7528 Human Resources ..................... 695-7250 Transportation Elem/Secondary Certified ..... 695-7254 Regular Education .................... 695-7610 Auxiliary ............................... 695-7262 Special Education ..................... 695-7611 Employee Benefits ................ 695-7210 Distribution courtesy of: Substitute Office ....................695-7251 Legal Services ........................... 695-7427 Innovative Programs.................. 695-7486 Migrant Education .................... 878-2140


Attending CCISD Schools Children may attend CCISD schools if they live within the boundaries of CCISD, are between the ages of 5 and 21 and have not graduated from high school. Children who are 3 years old may be eligible to receive Special Education services. A child who is at least four years of age as of September 1, and who meets specific criteria, may be eligible for the district’s half-day or full-day prekindergarten program or tuition-based pre-k. CCISD also accepts district transfers at no charge on a space-available basis. A child who is six years old on or before September 1st of the current school year is automatically eligible to attend first grade. Although state law does not require students to attend kindergarten, it is highly encouraged, as it is excellent preparation for the first grade. A child must be five years old no later than September 1st of the current school year to be eligible to attend kindergarten.

School Boundaries All schools have specifically defined attendance zones that include residential areas served by each school. On the basis of a student’s home address, CCISD assigns each student to a specific elementary, middle, or high school campus. To determine which school your child should attend, go to the district’s website, www.ccisd.us, and click on School Boundaries to look up specific addresses and determine your attendance zone. For more information on school boundaries and attendance zones, please contact the Office of Assessment and Accountability at 844-0396.

Enrollment Current and Returning Students

New Students

Each school in CCISD manages its own enrollment. Most schools are open for enrollment during the first week in August. To

Parents/guardians may enroll new students online by visiting the campus website and clicking on the Online Registration link, located under the Student & Parents tab on the district website. The new online enrollment system will allow parents/guardians to create an account, where they may submit required information securely and conveniently. Once the online enrollment is complete, the following documents should be submitted to the campus to complete the registration process. • Birth Certificate • Current Immunization Records • Social Security Card • Proof of Residency (in-district) - Recent utility bill, rent receipt, tax receipt or current lease agreement indicating guardian's name and address • Recent school records and/or report card • Court order in existence pertaining to the child (if applicable)

provide a smooth and convenient start to school, the district is providing online access to student enrollment information, including required annual acknowledgment and permission forms. Parents/guardians may visit any campus website and click on the Online Registration link, located under the Student & Parents tab on the district website to re-enroll or update student information. In order to ensure student information is accurate and all required forms are completed, parents/ guardians will need a valid email address to access the online system. Public computer and internet access are available at CCISD campuses and all local public libraries. Users who do not have an established email address may visit one of the following sites to create a free email account: yahoo.com or gmail.com. Parents/guardians of current and returning students will receive the 2018-2019 CCISD Online Re-Enrollment Form on the first day of school. This form should be completed and returned to the student’s school within (3) school days of the student’s first day of attendance. Once a valid email address is entered into the system, parents will receive an email from CCISD which will include a username and temporary password. Parents may then log in to the system to verify and update student information. The Online Enrollment webpage will provide detailed information on how to access and navigate the enrollment system. Additionally, a link to the district’s 2018-2019 Student and Parent Handbook, which includes information on school attendance, discipline, campus life, curriculum and special education services will be available via the online enrollment system.

Computers are available for use at all CCISD campuses for those who may not have internet access. Contact your child’s school for assistance, if needed.

Tuition Based Pre-K

Enroll online for tuition based pre-k or any of the three tuitionprogram sites, E.E. & Jovita Mireles Elementary School, Luther Jones Elementary School or Joseph T. Dawson Elementary School at https://enrollment.ccisd.us/ For more information, please call the Office of Curriculum and Instruction at 695-7517.

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Attendance Requirements Attending school regularly and on time is crucial to a student’s academic success. Student attendance is mandated by state law. Once a child is enrolled in prekindergarten or kindergarten, they are required by state law to attend. Schools are required to keep complete and accurate attendance records on every student. A student absent from school without permission will be considered truant and subject to disciplinary action and/or legal action against the parent or guardian. A student may not be given credit for a class unless the student is in attendance at least 90 percent of the days the class is offered. If a student is absent, the parent/guardian must call the school that day to report the reason for the absence. Upon returning to school, the student must submit a written note from the parent describing the reason for the student’s absence.

2018-2019 CCISD School Hours

State law provides that if a student is absent from school without permission (i.e. unexcused absence) for any portion of the school day for 10 or more days in a six-month period, the student and the student’s parent or guardian are subject to legal action, which may result in assessment of penalties by a court of law. Absences may be considered excused for personal illness, observance of a religious holy day, or other legitimate reasons acceptable to the school principal. For more information on attendance requirements, contact the Office of Student Support Services at 695-7242.

Special Education Services If a child enrolled in a CCISD school is experiencing learning difficulties, parents may contact the school principal to learn about the district’s overall general education referral and screening system for support services. This system links students to a variety of support options, including a referral for a special education evaluation. Students having difficulty in the regular classroom should be considered for tutorial, compensatory and other support services that are available to all students. If your child is currently receiving Special Education services, you may contact your school principal, the district’s Director for Special Education, or the Education Service Center, Region 2, for assistance in resolving any concerns regarding the provision of special education services to your child. You also have the right to contact the Texas Education Agency (TEA) in order to request voluntary mediation, file a complaint; or file a request for a due process hearing before an impartial hearing officer. Prior to the filing of a request for a hearing, confidential mediation may be scheduled at no cost to you. For more information regarding options for a child experiencing learning difficulties or a referral for a special education evaluation, call the Office of Special Education at 878-2680 or visit the TEA Legal Services, Special Education Dispute Resolution, website at www.tea. state.tx.us. None of the foregoing information is meant to constitute legal advice.

Transportation CCISD provides transportation for students who live two miles or more from their assigned school. In determining whether a student lives two or more miles from his or her school, the distance is measured using the shortest route that can be traveled on a publicly maintained roadway. The distance is measured between an established landmark at the student’s residence/physical address (such as the driveway or nearest property line) and an established prominent landmark at the student’s school (such as the campus entrance or student drop-off or pickup location). Students residing within two miles of their assigned school may have transportation available if their neighborhood qualifies as hazardous under the district’s hazardous transportation rating system. Some students who attend more than one school to participate in vocational programs or classes not offered at their school are transported between campuses during school hours. Special Education transportation services are established through the Admission, Review, and Dismissal (ARD) process. For more information regarding transportation eligibility and for information regarding bus routes, contact the Office of Transportation at 695-7610 for regular education or 695-7611 for special education.

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Health Services In the case of injuries and/or illnesses during the school day, a school nurse is available at every campus. The parent/guardian listed on the Emergency Health Card distributed to each student at the beginning of the school year will be contacted when an injury or illness occurs. Please list all emergency contact phone numbers when completing the Emergency Health Card. Contact the school with any changes in home and/or telephone numbers of the adult listed. All prescription medications to be given at school will require written authorization signed by the physician and parent. For more information, contact your school nurse or the Office of Student Health Services at 878-2680, ext. 44926.

Immunizations All students shall be immunized according to Texas school immunization requirements. The Texas Department of State Health Services has made changes to school immunization requirements. Please visit their website for additional information, www.dshs.state.tx.us.

Corpus Christi Nueces County Public Health District

Exclusions from compliance are allowable for medical contradictions or reasons of conscience. The school nurse can provide guidance on age-appropriate immunization schedule. Acceptable proof of immunization includes: physician-validated history of illness or personal immunization records from a licensed physician or public health clinic. Provisional Enrollment: A student may be enrolled provisionally if the student meets one of the following criteria: • Transferring from one Texas public or private school to another • Student is defined as homeless according to the federal McKinney Vento Act • Student has received at least one dose of each specified age-appropriate vaccine. To remain enrolled, the student must complete the required subsequent doses in each vaccine series on schedule and as rapidly as is medically feasible and provide acceptable evidence of vaccination to the school. The Corpus Christi-Nueces County Health District will continue to immunize students who are on Medicaid, no insurance or underinsured. Contact the Public Health District for more information regarding eligibility criteria at 361-826-7238. Parents who have CHIPS, private or commercial insurance, will need to see their private physician or medical provider for needed vaccines for school immunization requirements. For more information regarding immunization requirements, call the Office of Student Health Services at 878-2680, ext. 44926

Emergency Information Emergencies that require police assistance should be reported immediately by dialing 911. In addition, call 289-9247 to contact CCISD Police Services about an emergency. School Closures due to inclement weather or emergencies (flooding, power failures, threat of natural disasters, etc.) will be determined by the Superintendent of Schools. CCISD announces such closures on the radio and television as soon as a decision is made. Announcements are also posted on the CCISD website, www.ccisd.us, the CCISD Facebook page, CCISD Twitter account and via SchoolMessenger, the district’s telephone and text emergency notification system. CCISD is committed to the safety and security of students, faculty, staff and visitors on its campuses. All CCISD schools have an approved Emergency Operations Plan in place. For a copy of the plan, contact your child’s school.

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Breakfast and Lunch N E W !

MySchoolBucks

Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) All Corpus Christi ISD campuses are participating in the Community Eligibility Provision program; all students eat free, regardless of economic status. Guardians of these students will not complete a free/reduced lunch application but will complete an income survey.

Paying for second school meals or a la carte food is easy with online service. Parents have the opportunity to prepay online through www.myschoolbucks.com. By creating a secure online account, parents can manage their student’s breakfast/ lunch money easily and conveniently. MySchoolBucks also allows parents to view their child’s meal purchases for the week. Additional benefits of the program include low balance and expired credit card notifications and auto-pay options. Mastercard, Visa and Discover are accepted on MySchoolBucks. Cash or check payments at the campuses will continue to be accepted.

The district must continue to obtain economic status data on students attending CCISD campuses in order to remain compliant with state reporting and to receive money for grants and programs. The income survey is part of the Online Registration process.

Pre-payments can be made to the student’s accounts and money debited as food is purchased. The policy applies to adult meals and a la carte items (including milk and second meals), which are not free.

Student Conduct School Supplies and Dress Code Schools require students to bring certain basic supplies (paper, pencils, scissors, etc.) to class. Students may be asked to purchase additional supplies for individual classes. For a complete listing of supplies for each individual grade level and campus, contact your child’s school. The district distributes school supply lists to local retail stores. School supply lists can also be found on the CCISD website, www.ccisd.us and on page 10. Dress code requirements are determined at the school level. Contact your child’s school for details or visit the campus website.

All students and parents have the ability to access the Student & Parent Handbook on the district’s website, www.ccisd.us. However, if a printed copy of the handbook is needed, copies are available at your child’s school. The handbook includes excerpts from the Student Code of Conduct and describes offenses and how the district handles them. Parents/guardians must accept responsibility for helping their children develop self-control. If students understand the purpose of discipline in schools, they can do their part to develop the habit of self-discipline and to make their school an effective place to learn. For more information on student conduct, contact the Office of Student Support Services at 695-7241.

Resolving Problems

Campus Visitors

CCISD believes in a strong partnership between home and school , a partnership that thrives on communication. However, sometimes parents and school personnel may not agree on a particular issue.

Parents and other visitors are always welcomed in district schools. All visitors must stop by the school office and observe campus check-in procedures.

Parents with questions about classroom activities, teacher expectations, lessons, or activities should first contact the teacher and then the campus principal. Matters which cannot be resolved at the campus level may be brought to the attention of the School Leadership Executive Directors or other appropriate administrative offices. CCISD’s goal is for all students and staff to be treated with dignity and respect.

All visitors to CCISD facilities will be required to present a valid driver’s license, official state issued ID, and/or a military ID that will be used for scanning into the district’s security system.

Visit the district’s website, www.ccisd.us, and click on Have a Concern? under the Students and Parents tab for more information.

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Visits to individual classrooms during instructional time are permitted only with approval of the principal. The duration and/or frequency may not interfere with the delivery of instruction or disrupt the school environment.


Early Release Policy A student may be released during school hours to the person who signed the student’s enrollment form, to a person who has legal custody of the student, or to a person who has the parent’s written permission to have the student released. Proof of identity must be presented to the school office.

Grading and Report Cards

Graduation Requirements

CCISD distributes progress reports and report cards during and at the end of each grading period to notify parents/guardians about how their child is academically performing in school. Parents must sign and return report cards each grading period.

Students meet their graduation requirements by successfully completing the required number of credits and passing five statewide end-of-course exams in the areas of English I (both reading and writing), English II (both reading and writing), Algebra I, Biology, and U.S. History. Incoming 9th graders will have an option of selecting one of three high school graduation plans. They include the Foundation Plan, the Foundation + Endorsements Plan, and the Distinguished Achievement Plan. Each of these plans requires student to choose one of the following endorsements: Arts and Humanities; Business and Industry; Public Services; Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); or Multidisciplinary Studies. Courses within each endorsement are designed to prepare students for career and college opportunities in their program(s) of interest.

All academic subject grades are based on a numerical scale of 0-100. Any grade below 70 is failing. The campus grading guidelines are given to students and parents at the start of each school year. The district’s grading guidelines and the campus guidelines are available at each campus and at the CCISD Administration Building. The 2018-2019 school year, will be on a semester system with six-week grading periods. Grading Periods 1st……………………….August 27 to October 3 2nd………………………October 4 to November 9 3rd……………………….November 12 to December 21 4th……………………….January 4 to February 22 5th……………………….February 25 to April 12 6th……………………….April 15 to May 29 All CCISD schools send report cards to parents six times during the year, shortly after the end of each six-week grading period: Friday, October 12 Friday, March 1 Friday, November 16 Friday, April 18 Friday, January 11 Wednesday, May 29 (ES) Monday, May 31 (MS/HS) No Pass/No Play Under the state’s “no pass/no play” law, a student must pass all courses for the previous reporting period to be eligible to participate in extracurricular activities. Failure to meet this requirement eliminates a student from competition or performance; however, the student is allowed to practice and/or rehearse with other students. For more info on grading and report cards, contact individual campuses.

For additional information and details about particular course credits, consult your high school counselor.

Parent Communication CCISD has a variety of outlets to keep parents informed. For the latest information regarding CCISD or your child’s campus, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter. Your child’s campus website is a great resource of information. Visit www.ccisd.us to find your child’s campus web address, as well as a variety of information on transportation, food services, athletics, events and much more. The district’s SchoolMessenger automated phone system is another avenue the district and campuses use to stay in touch with parents. Principals utilize the automated phone calls to remind parents of upcoming campus events and other schoolrelated information. In addition, the system is used to notify parents of school closures or emergency notifications. Please keep your telephone information up to date so you will be in the know in the event of weather-related or other emergency events.

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Athletics Athletics are an integral part of the district’s curriculum, and participation in a variety of team and individual sports is part of the education of students. High school athletics are operated in accordance with rules established by the University Interscholastic League (UIL) and extracurricular guidelines established by the State Board of Education and the district. Middle school athletics also adhere to applicable guidelines and rules and regulations established by the district, TEA and UIL. CCISD offers the following sports for high school athletes: baseball, basketball, cross country, softball, football, swimming, diving, wrestling, volleyball, tennis, golf, track, and soccer. Middle school sports offered are: basketball, cross country, volleyball, football, tennis, golf, swimming, diving, and track. In order to participate in any UIL extracurricular activity, including athletics and all other extracurricular activities, a student beginning the second year in high school must have earned five credits; a student beginning the third year of high school must have earned a total of 10 credits or five credits during the preceding 12 months; beginning the fourth year of highs school must have 15 credits or a total of five credits during the preceding 12 months. Students beginning grade nine and below must have advanced to the next higher grade from a lower grade prior to the beginning of the current school year. A district handbook entitled CCISD Student/Parent Athletic Handbook is distributed by the Office of Athletics at the beginning of each school year to acquaint student athletes and their families with eligibility guidelines, UIL policies, TEA, and district policies. To participate in Athletics each student in grades 7, 9 and 11 must have a physical on file at the school prior to any participatiion. Students in grades 8, 10 and 12 must have a completed medical history form prior to participation. Before a student participates in any sport including conditioning and practices, he/she must provide the following information to the proper school officials (athletic trainer and/or respective coach). Forms must be accessed online at corpuschristiisd.rankonesport.com 1. The UIL Physical Exam and Medical History form must be completed each year starting their 7th grade year. Student, parent and doctor’s signature are required where applicable. 2. Emergency Medical Notification Form 3. Hydration and Nutrition Recommendations 4. CCISD Student/Parent Permission & Participation Form from Athletic Handbook (pg. 17 &18) 5. Parent & Student Notification/Agreement form, Illegal Steroid Use & Random Steroid Testing 6. Acknowledge of Rules Form - Interscholastic Student/Athlete Policy and Agreement 7. Sudden Cardiac Arrest Form 8. Concussion Acknowledgment Form

Buy Football Tickets Online For the 2018-2019 school year, the CCISD Office of Athletics will offer season and individual game football tickets online. To purchase tickets, please visit www.ccisd.us, click on Athletics under Departments, scroll to Football Ticket Info, choose between New Season Ticket Holder or Game by Game tickets and make your selection. Additionally, during the football season, tickets can be purchased at the CCISD Office of Athletics during the week. Tickets will be sold Tuesday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Friday from 8:30am to 12:00 p.m. For help or more information, please call the Office of Athletics at 695-7650.

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Volunteering in Our Schools CCISD encourages volunteering in our schools. Parents, guardians, and stakeholders interested in volunteering on CCISD campuses or at school-based functions will need to complete the online annual volunteer registration form. Individuals wishing to serve as volunteers in our schools will need to visit the CCISD website, www. ccisd.us, and, under Commuity click “CCISD Volunteers.” Volunteers who were previously approved by the district will also need to reapply each school year. Applications for the 2018-2019 school year expire at the end of the school year. For questions or more information on the volunteer process, please contact Michelle Almaguer-Aguas at 695-7262.

Keeping Every Youth In School

CCEF

We would like to invite you to the 11th annual Operation K.E.Y.S. (Keeping Every Youth in School) Walk! CCISD will hit the streets from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on September 15, 2018, at Foy H. Moody High School, to help keep kids in school.

The Corpus Christi Education Foundation is a non-profit organization that raises funds to support Corpus Christi Independent School District. With funds raised through the Partners for World-Class Schools Annual Campaign, the Corpus Christi Education Foundation awards funds to classrooms, schools and for districtwide initiatives that promote innovation, a culture of college readiness for all, and recognize student achievement and teaching excellence.

Operation K.E.Y.S. is a dropout recovery walk in which volunteers come together to visit the homes of out-of-school youth and reconnect them with their educational opportunities.

For more information on the Corpus Christi Education Foundation, including ways to donate, visit www.ccefccisd.org or call 695-7412.

Are you willing to help CCISD recruit these youth back to school? Volunteers are needed for the day of the walk. For more information including volunteer opportunities, please contact Jennifer Noyola at the Office of High School Completion at 878-7380 or visit the district’s website, www.ccisd.us.

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CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2018-2019 SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS

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Elementary School Supply List

Zipper pouch Supply box Large primary pencils Number 2 pencils Blunt scissors (Please buy left -handed sciss ors if your child is left -handed.)

8 oz. bottles white glue Glue sticks Crayons (8-count) Crayons (24-count) Large eraser Package pencil top erasers Pocket folders with brads (solid colors) Grade 1 writing tablets Spiral notebooks (solid color, 70-count , one subjec t, w ide-ruled) Package notebook paper (200 count, wide-ruled) Two-inch 3-ring binder Package notebook dividers (5-tabs) Ruler (centimeter and inches) Colored pencils (12-count) Protractor Ball point pens (blue or black ink, not erasable) Large box facial tissues Set of highlighters (multicolored) Ear buds or headphones (1 pair) Washable markers Composition notebooks

Secondary School Supply List (Grades 6-12)

Pencils, w ooden #2 lead

Teac hers m ay require other subjec t-specific supplies; therefore, please wait until class m eet s to purchase additional item s. B allpoint pens or regular ballpoint pens

Ruler

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(centimeters and inches)

3-ring binder

Map pencils

(3 or 5 hole, white, regular ruled)

Glue stick

(teachers may recommend specific type)

Clear zipper pouch for supplies

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HOLIDAYS

GRADING PERIODS

CAMPUS SCHEDULE

AUG. 27: FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

SEPT. 3 ................................LABOR DAY

SIX-WEEK GRADING PERIODS

ES ..................................7:50 - 3:05 (435)

MAY 29: LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

NOV. 21-23 ................... THANKSGIVING

1st ................AUG. 27 - OCT. 3 (27 DAYS)

DEC. 24 - JAN.3 ..............WINTER BREAK

2nd ...............OCT. 4 - NOV. 9 (27 DAYS)

INCLEMENT WEATHER DAYS JANUARY 4, 2019

JAN. 4 .................. TEACHER WORK DAY JAN. 21.....................................MLK DAY MARCH 11-15 ................... SPRING BREAK

3rd .............. NOV. 12 - DEC. 21 (27 DAYS) 4th ................. JAN. 7 - FEB. 22 (34 DAYS)

APRIL 22.................... EASTER MONDAY

MAY 30 - JUNE 1 ...GRADUATION DAYS

MAY 27 ....................... MEMORIAL DAY JULY 4 ................... INDEPENDENCE DAY

MS & HS ........................ 8:50 - 4:05 (435)

5th ................FEB. 25 - APR. 12 (30 DAYS)

TOTAL MINUTES PER DAY ................ 435

6th ............. APR. 15 - MAY 29 (30 DAYS)

TOTAL TEACHER WORK DAYS ..........187 TOTAL SCHOOL DAYS: .................... 175

1st SEMESTER............... AUG. 27 - DEC. 21

( ) Begin and end of 6 weeks grading period [ ] Begin and end of semester

APRIL 19...................... ... GOOD FRIDAY

GRADUATION DAYS

PRE-K .............................. 7:50 - 11:00 AM .........................................11:50 - 3:00 PM

(81 DAYS) 2nd SEMESTER ...............JAN. 7 - MAY 29 (94 DAYS)

APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES: MARCH 26, 2018 LEGEND:

HOLIDAY

CAMPUS PREP DAY

INCLEMENT WEATHER DAY

TEACHER WORK DAY

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

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