Probably the easiest way is to do a google search by typing:
________ county school calendar. I just tried that and was able to pull my school's yearly calendar, so it should work. The next easiest way would be to check your school's website to see if one was provided OR if your student carries a school issued planner, a yearly schedule may be included.
Schedules vary from one school district to another, so you will need to look up your county specifically. To get an idea, my school dismisses on June 10th and returns August 3rd.
Hope this helps and have a great Summer Vacation!!
It varies from one school district to another so you will have to find out about your specific county. A few ways to locate the schedule is...
1) Check the school's website to see if a yearly calendar was provided.
2) Do a google search by typing: ______ county school calendar. I just tried it for my county and it worked.
3) If your student was provided a school issued planner, a schedule may be included.
4) If all else fails, ask the school secretary in person or by phone.
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