As the summer continues, the anticipation of a new academic year is in the back of many students and parents’ minds. The 2023-2024 Northmor Schools calendar has been adopted; here’s a comprehensive guide to help you navigate through the year.

The school year kicks off with Teacher In-Service days on August 22 and 23, followed by a Family Welcome Night on August 24, an opportunity for families to familiarize themselves with the school environment and meet the educators.

Specific dates are as follows:

  • August 22-23: Teacher In-Service days
  • August 24: Family Welcome Night
  • September 4: Labor Day (No School)
  • September 5: Teacher In-Service day
  • September 6: First Day of School
  • September 11-12: Kindergarten Group A starts
  • September 13-14: Kindergarten Group B starts
  • September 15: All Kindergarten Students’ First Day
  • October 9: Columbus Day (No School)
  • October 13: Mid-Quarters
  • November 3: End of 1st Quarter (1-hour Early Dismissal)
  • November 10: Report Cards Posted
  • November 16 and 21: Conferences (2-hour Early Dismissal)
  • November 22-24: Thanksgiving Break (No School)
  • December 8: Mid-Quarters
  • December 21 – January 1: Winter Break (No School)
  • January 2: Teacher In-Service (No School)
  • January 15: Martin Luther King Jr. Day (No School)
  • January 19: End of 2nd Quarter (1-hour Early Dismissal)
  • January 26: Report Cards Posted
  • February 16: Mid-Quarters
  • February 19: Presidents’ Day (No School)
  • March 7 and 14: Conferences (2-hour Early Dismissal)
  • March 22: End of 3rd Quarter (1-hour Early Dismissal)
  • March 27: 2-hour Early Dismissal
  • March 28-29 and April 1: Spring Break (No School)
  • April 3: Report Cards Posted
  • April 26: Mid-Quarters
  • May 27: Memorial Day (No School)
  • May 31: Last Day of School (1-hour Early Dismissal)
  • June 2: Graduation
  • June 3: Teacher In-Service
  • June 7: Report Cards Posted

The calendar also includes provisions for make-up days in case of calamities. The first seven calamity days will not require make-up. However, calamity days 8-10 will be made up using Blizzard Bags and/or online lessons. Any calamity days beyond 10 will be made up through various means, including adding hours to existing school days, attending school on previously established holidays or vacation days, attending school on Saturdays, or adding days at the end of the year.