Important Calendar Dates 2020-2021

August 31 | First day for blue cohort
September 3 | First day of school for gold cohort
September 7 | Labor Day | All-School Holiday | No school
September 18 | Rosh Hashanah begins at sunset
September 27 | Yom Kippur begins at sunset
September 28-October 3 | Homecoming Week
October 12-16 | Conferences, Testing, Faculty Workshop | No school for all students
November 25-27 | Thanksgiving Weekend
December 10 | Hanukkah begins at sunset
December 18 | Winter break begins at 3:15pm

Winter Break | December 21-January 1

January 4 | School reconvenes
January 18 | MLK Day | All-School Holiday | No school
February 15 | Presidents' Day | All-School Holiday | No school
February 16-19 | Conferences, Faculty Workshop | No school for students 

Spring Break | March 22-April 2

March 27 | Passover begins at sunset
April 12 | Ramadan begins at sunset
May 11 | Ramadan ends at sunset
May 12 | Eid al-Fitr begins at sunset
May 16 | Shavout begins at sunset
May 31 | Memorial Day | All-School Holiday | No school
June 4 | Lower School Closing (last day of school for LS)
June 7 | Middle School Closing (last day of school for MS)
June 8 | Upper School Closing (last day of school for US)
June 10 | Commencement

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