Kenai Peninsula Borough School District 2016-17 district-wide and variance calendars

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District wide

August 23: First day of school

September 5: Labor Day

September 14: Early release

October 21: Inservice, end of quarter

October 26: Early release

October 27-28: Parent-teacher conferences

November 23: Early release

November 24-25: Thanksgiving holiday

December 22: Inservice, end of quarter

December 23: Vacation

December 26: Legal holiday

December 27-30: Vacation

January 2: Legal holiday

January 3-6: Vacation

January 16: Martin Luther King Day; vacation

February 8: Early release

February 9-10: Parent-teacher conferences

March 10: Inservice, end of quarter

March 13-17: Spring break vacation

April 5: Early release

May 3: Early release

May 24: Last day of school year

 

Kachemak Selo, Razdolna, Voznesenka

variance calendar

August 11: First day of school

August 18: Inservice

August 19: Vacation

August 29: Vacation

September 5: Labor Day

September 8: Inservice

September 21: Vacation

September 27: Vacation

October 14: Vacation

October 21: Inservice

October 28: Parent-teacher conferences

November 4: Parent-teacher conferences

November 21: Inservice

November 24-25: Thanksgiving holiday

December 19: Vacation

December 22: Inservice

December 23: Vacation

December 26: Legal holiday

December 27-30: Vacation

January 2: Legal holiday

January 3-6: Vacation

January 19: Vacation

January 20: Parent-teacher conferences

January 21: Saturday school

February 10: Parent-teacher conferences

February 15: Vacation

February 18: Saturday school

March 10: Inservice

April 7: Vacation

April 17-21: Spring break vacation

May 10: Vacation

May 22: Vacation

May 24: Last day of school year

 

 

 

Nanwalek

August 22: First day of school

September 5: Labor Day

October 21: Inservice

October 27-28: Parent-teacher conferences

November 24-25: Thanksgiving holiday

December 22: Inservice

December 23: Vacation

December 26: Legal holiday

January 2: Legal holiday

January 9-20: Vacation

February 16-17: Parent-teacher conferences

March 17: Inservice

April 10-14: Spring break vacation

May 24: Last day of school

 

Nikolaevsk

August 23: First day of school

September 5: Labor Day

September 21: Vacation

September 24: Saturday school

September 27: Inservice

October 14: Parent-teacher conferences

October 21: End of quarter

October 28: Parent-teacher conferences

November 24-25: Thanksgiving holiday

December 19: Inservice

December 23: Vacation

December 26: Legal holiday

December 27-30: Vacation

January 2: Legal holiday

January 2-6: Vacation

January 19: Vacation

February 10: Parent-teacher conferences

February 15: Parent-teacher conferences

April 7: Inservice

April 17-21: Spring break vacation

May 10: Vacation

May 13: Saturday school

May 24: Last day of school

 

Port Graham

August 22: First day of school

September 5: Labor Day

October 21: Inservice

October 27-28: Parent-teacher conferences

November 24-25: Thanksgiving holiday

December 22: Inservice

December 23: Vacation

December 26: Legal holiday

January 2: Legal holiday

January 9-20: Vacation

February 16-17: Parent-teacher conferences

March 10: Inservice

March 13-17: Vacation

May 24: Last day of school

Anna Frost can be reached at anna.frost@homernews.com.

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