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TK & Kindergarten Calendar

TK & Kindergarten Calendar     2018 - 19
13: First Day of School
13 - 24: TK/Kinder Minimum Days
15: Back to School Night: 6:30-7:30pm
20-23: TK/Kinder Assessment
24: Family Picnic 11:30 - 12:30
27: Extended Day schedule begins
29: Parent Volunteer Orientation: 1:45
3: Labor Day holiday
5:  School Picture Day

22-26: TK and Kindergarten Parent-Teacher Conferences
            ** See teacher about conference day and time**
31: Halloween Parade & Parties: no child excluded
5, 7, 8, 9: All school minimum days
  TK and Kinder Parent-Teacher conferences
   **See teacher about conference day and time
12: Veteran's Day holiday
16: Thanksgiving Feast: no child excluded
19 - 23: Thanksgiving Holiday
TBA: Gingerbread Cookie Day
18: Holiday Parties: no child excluded
19: All school minimum day
20 - Jan. 4: Winter Break
7: School Resumes
21: Martin Luther King Holiday
28 - 31: TK/Kinder Assessment/Minimum Days
14: Valentine's Day Parties: no child excluded
18: Presidents’ Day Holiday
22: Staff Development day/Student holiday
1 - 29: Dr. Seuss Celebration
15: St. Patrick’s Day Activity: no child excluded
28: Evergreen Open House
15 -19: Spring Break  
22 - 25: TK/Kinder Assessment/ Minimum Days
3: K Program
10: TK Program
28: Field Day
30: Last day of school
      All School Minimum Day
Please Note:  These dates are to help you with planning for special events and school holidays.  There may be other early days added (assemblies and school activities)  and we will let you know as soon as we are notified. All dates are subject to change.

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