2013-14 school calendar set for New Milford
Aug. 20: Teacher work day.
Aug. 21-22: Professional development day.
Aug. 23: All-staff convocation.
Aug. 26: First day of school for students.
Sept. 2: No school. Labor Day.
Sept. 5: No school. Rosh Hashanah.
Oct. 14: No school. Columbus Day.
Oct. 16 and Oct. 23: Early dismissal for K-12. Professional development.
Nov. 5: No school. Election Day. Professional development day.
Nov. 11: No school. Veterans Day observed.
Nov. 19-21: Early dismissal for K-12 for conferences.
Nov. 27: Early dismissal for all schools.
Nov. 28-29: Thanksgiving recess.
Dec. 2: K-3 evening conferences.
Dec. 3: Sarah Noble Intermediate School evening conferences.
Dec. 4: Schaghticoke Middle School evening conferences.
Dec. 5 : New Milford High School evening conferences.
Dec. 23-Jan. 1: Winter recess.
Jan. 20: No school. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Feb. 17-18: Winter recess.
March 5: Kindergarten parent orientation.
March 24-26: K-6 early dismissal for conferences.
March 25-26: Schaghticoke Middle School and New Milford High School early dismissal for professional development.
March 31: K-3 evening conferences.
April 1: Schaghticoke Middle School evening conferences.
April 2: Sarah Noble Intermediate School evening conferences.
April 3: K-3 evening conferences.
April 7-11: Northville Elementary School kindergarten registration.
April 9: Early dismissal for grades 7-12 for professional development.
April 14-18: Spring recess (includes Good Friday).
April 21-25: Hill and Plain Elementary School kindergarten registration.
April 28-30, May 1-2: John Pettibone School kindergarten registration.
May 14 and 21: K-12 early dismissal for professional development.
May 26: No school. Memorial Day.
June 6: Last day of school without emergency closings. Days lost will be added to the calendar after June 6 through, and including, June 20. After June 20, days will be deducted from the beginning of spring recess starting with April 14. Additional days will be added after June 20.
*Graduation will be set by the Board of Education at its April 2014 meeting.