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Ann Arbor Public Schools 2014-2015 Calendar

Sept. 2: First day for students (full day)

Sept. 24: Early release for All Middle and High Schools

Oct. 1: Student Count Day

Nov. 4: No school; election day; Elementary PD in A.M., Report writing in P.M.; Middle School /High School PD all day.

Nov. 26-28: No school; Thanksgiving break

Dec. 22-Jan. 2: No school; winter break

Jan. 5: School resumes

Jan. 19: No school; Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Jan. 26: No school; K-12 Professional Development Day

Jan. 27: No school for Middle and High School Students - Teacher Work Day

Feb. 11: Student Count Day

Feb. 16-20: No school; midwinter break

Feb. 23: School Resumes

Mar. 9: No school for elementary schools- Teacher Report Writing Day

Mar. 11: Early Release Day - All Middle and High Schools

Apr. 3-10: No school; spring break

Apr. 13: School Resumes

Apr. 22: Early Release Day - High Schools - Huron, Pioneer and Skyline

May 13: No school for middle schools

May 13: Early Release for all High Schools

May 25: No school; Memorial Day

June 12: End of Second Semester. Half Day for Students. Elementary Report Cards go home - Afternoon is records day. Teachers may leave upon completion of their assignments. School offices are open until 5:00 p.m. to facilitate checkout.

June 15: Each emergency closing day of the 2014-2015 school year which reduces the District's attendance days below that required by the state will be made up beginning with this day and each consecutive week day thereafter. Note: Districts are allocated 30 hours for emergency days (including weather-related).

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