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Ann Arbor Public Schools 2019-2020 Calendar

Sept. 3: First day for students (full day)

Sept. 25: Early release

Oct. 2: Student count day

Oct. 23: Early release

Nov. 5: No school (election day)

Nov. 27-29: No school (Thanksgiving break)

Dec. 23-Jan. 3: No school (winter break)

Jan. 6: School resumes

Jan. 20: No school (Martin Luther King Jr. Day)

Feb. 12: Student count day

Feb. 25: Early release

Mar. 10: No school (election day)

Mar. 30-Apr. 3: No school (spring break)

Apr. 6: School resumes

Apr. 10: No school

May 5: No school (election day)

May 7: Transition Day, Early release for middle and high school students

May 20: Early release

May 25: No school (Memorial Day)

June 12: End of second semester. Half day.

June 15 (if required): Make-up days begin if emergency closings during the school year reduced attendance time below state requirement (districts are allowed 36 hours for emergencies, including weather-related closings).




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