New Port Richey kids can put away the books and pull out the sunscreen. Spring break in Pasco County officially begins Monday, March 25.
Kids don’t return to class until Tuesday, April 2, thanks to a teacher planning day set for April 1. The third quarter’s March 22 end means that teachers need a day to file final grades and catch up on paperwork. It also means that teachers do have to report to school on Monday, April 1 while their students get an extra day to play.
Parents can expect to see those third quarter grades on April 8 when report cards go home, according to the school district’s calendar.
Other important dates coming up that students and parents need to know about include:
- April 15 – This is the start of FCAT 2.0 testing in reading, math and science.
- May 1 – Progress reports for the final quarter of the year go home.
What are your spring break plans, New Port Richey? Share your ideas for keeping the kids busy in the comments below!