Students Head Back To Class (With 2013 School Calendar)

January 8, 2013

Escambia County students headed back to class Tuesday after a couple of weeks out for Christmas Break.  Santa Rosa and Escambia, Ala.,  students returned to class last week.

Here is a look at the remaining holiday and break days for the 2012-2013 school year:

Escambia County

  • January 21 — MLK Day
  • February 18 — Teacher Work Day (no students)
  • March 25-29 — Spring Break
  • May 27- Memorial Day
  • May 31- Last Day of School

Santa Rosa County

  • January 18 — Planning Day (no students)
  • January 21 — MLK Day
  • February 18 — President’s Day
  • March 18-22 — Spring Break
  • March 29 — Good Friday
  • April 5 — Planning Day (no students)
  • May 27- Memorial Day
  • June 7 — Last Day of School

Escambia County, Ala.

  • January 21 — MLK Day
  • March 25-29 — Spring Break
  • May 23 — Last Day of School

Comments

One Response to “Students Head Back To Class (With 2013 School Calendar)”

  1. Jimbo on January 8th, 2013 9:55 pm

    I’ll never know… or maybe I’m not qualified to know why it is that my kids got out of school just a few days before X-mas,(I say what they feel) then go back to school on Jan.8. My girls love their grandparents and this holiday schedule really screwed up our plans. Why should New Years day get 8 days and Christmas gets 3 or 4… Malcolm… we’re watching….





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