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School Calendar Update - Friday, April 4
03/30/14 8:26pm
By: Cletisha Lovelace

Due to the loss of instructional time as a result of inclement weather, this Friday, April 4, will be a regular school day for students. April 4 was originally scheduled as a teacher workday and early-dismissal day for students.

Other Key Dates:

April 10                    End of 3rd Nine Weeks

April 25                    Report Cards printed on-site and sent home

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