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2018

September

4TuesFirst day of school
5WedHalf day – staff planning and development

October

3WedHalf day – staff planning and development

November

5MonEnd of First Nine Weeks
7WedHalf day – staff planning and development
21WedHalf day – staff planning and development
22-23Thurs-FriThanksgiving Break

December

5WedHalf day – staff planning and development
19WedHalf day – staff planning and development
20-31Thurs-MonWinter Break

2019

January

1TuesWinter Break
2WedSchool reopens; half day – staff planning and development
21MonMartin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday
25FriEnd of Second Nine Weeks

February

6WedHalf day – staff planning and development
18MonHalf day – staff planning and development

March

6WedHalf day – staff planning and development
29FriEnd of Third Nine Weeks; half day – staff planning and development

April

1-5Mon-FriSpring Break
8MonSchool reopens
19FriHalf day – staff planning and development

May

1WedHalf day – staff planning and development
27MonMemorial Day holiday

June

5WedHalf day – staff planning and development
14FriEnd of Fourh Nine Weeks; last day of school

 

The academic day is from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Brook Road Academy will dismiss at Noon on the 1st Wednesday of each month for faculty planning & professional development. Brook Road Academy is open from 7:45 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Students must be picked up from school by 4:30 p.m. unless participating in a school-sponsored, faculty-supervised after-school activity or other arrangements have been made in advance and approved by the Head of Academy.

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