Two Short Weeks Bounce Students Into Spring Break

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Two Short Weeks Bounce Students Into Spring Break

Rebecca Johnson, Staff Writer

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Students will have a couple of short weeks as we head into parent-teacher conferences which are coming up right before Spring Break which is March 26-30.

Conferences on Thursday, March 22, and Friday, March 23.

The schedule for Thursday, March 22, goes as followed:

12:00-3:30 Conferences in teacher classrooms

3:30-4:00 Dinner Break

4:00-7:30 Evening conferences in teacher classrooms

Conferences on Friday, March 23, goes as followed:

7:30-11:00 Conferences in teacher classrooms

This is not to be confused with students not having school on Friday, March 16; this is a grading and teacher inservice day.

 

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