2010-2011 Calendar

Summer is in session! Hopefully, you’ll have plenty of time to recharge your batteries and get all of those  home projects finished.

Here’s the school calendar for next year to assist you with your plans.

Granity City High School
School Calendar 2010-2011

July 28 – 30 District Registration
August 9-10 Institute Day (Staff Only)
August 11 First Day of Pupil Attendance (1/2 day)
August 12 First Full Day of Pupil Attendance
September 6 NO SCHOOL – Labor Day
September 15 Educational Development Day – Early Dismissal
October 8 NO SCHOOL – County Institute
October 11 NO SCHOOL – Columbus Day
October 20 Educational Development Day – Early Dismissal
October 21 NO SCHOOL – Parent/Teacher Conferences (evening schedule)
October 22 NO SCHOOL – Parent/Teacher Conferences (day schedule)
November 11 NO SCHOOL – Veterans’ Day
November 24 Educational Development Day – Early Dismissal
November 25-26 NO SCHOOL – Thanksgiving Holiday
December 17 Last Day of Student Attendance before Winter Break, End of First Semester
Dec. 20–Jan. 1 NO SCHOOL – Winter Break
January 3 NO SCHOOL – Teachers’ Institute
January 4 Students and Staff Return to School from Winter Break, Begin Second Semester
January 12 Educational Development Day – Early Dismissal
January 17 NO SCHOOL – Martin Luther King Holiday
February 11 Educational Development Day – Early Dismissal
February 21 NO SCHOOL – Presidents’ Day Holiday
Feb. 28–Mar. 11 ISAT Testing – Grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
March 18 Educational Development Day – Early Dismissal Parent/Teacher Conferences – Afternoon Session
March 28–April 1 NO SCHOOL– Spring Break
April 4 Students and Staff return from Spring Break
April 22-25 NO SCHOOL
April 27-28 PSAE Testing, Grade 11, GCHS May 11-12 PSAE Make-Up Testing, Grade 11, GCHS
May 19 Last Day of School (if no emergency days are used)
May 21 (Saturday) Graduation
May 31 Last Day of School (if emergency days are used)
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Also, I spreadsheet of individual schedules for the 2010-11 school year can be viewed.  This isn’t set in stone, and often changes as we get closer to the beginning of the year.
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