NYC School Calendar 2023-2024: NYC DOE Calendar for the school year

NYC School Calendar 2023-2024: NYC DOE Calendar for the school year

NYC School Calendar 2023-2024: NYC DOE Calendar

How many times do you look at the school calendar? We know, we know-we also look a it all the time! The 2023-2024 school calendar was sent out last year as we were all heading into summer after a less than normal wait that started during the pandemic.

Having the school calendar at our finger tips is important as it is how we know what days the kids will be off, when the parent teachers conferences are set to happen- basically we have a general idea of what our kids’ school schedules will look like during the school year.

Good News we also have :

2024-2025 New York City School Calendar

Printable version here

and so is the

2025-2026 New York City School Calendar

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Important Dates of the NYC School Calendar 2023-2024

September 7  Thursday First day of school
September 14  Thursday Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for elementary schools and Pre-K Centers
September 21  Thursday Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for middle schools and D75 schools
September 25 Monday Yom Kippur, schools closed
September 28 Thursday Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for high schools, K–12, and 6–12 schools
October 9 Monday Italian Heritage / Indigenous Peoples’ Day, schools closed
November 2 Thursday Afternoon and Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for elementary schools; students in these schools dismissed three hours early.
November 7 Tuesday Election Day, students do not attend school
November 9 Thursday Afternoon and Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for middle schools and D75 schools; students in these schools dismissed three hours early.
November 16 Thursday Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for high schools, K–12, and 6–12 schools
November 17 Friday Afternoon and Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for high schools, K–12, and 6–12 schools; students in these schools dismissed three hours early.
November 23–24 Thursday– Friday Thanksgiving Recess, schools closed
December 25–January 1 Monday– Monday Winter Recess, schools closed
January 15 Monday Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, schools closed
January 23–26 Tuesday– Friday Regents Administration
January 29 Monday Professional Development Day; no classes for students attending high schools and 6-12 schools, all other students attend school
January 30 Tuesday Spring Semester begins
February 19–23 Monday– Friday Midwinter Recess, schools closed
March 7 Thursday Afternoon and Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for elementary schools and Pre-K Centers; students in these schools dismissed three hours early.
March 14 Thursday Afternoon and Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for middle schools and D75 schools; students in these schools dismissed three hours early.
March 21 Thursday Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for high schools, K–12, and 6–12 schools
March 22 Friday Afternoon Parent-Teacher Conferences for high schools, K–12, and 6–12 schools; students in these schools dismissed three hours early.
March 29April 1 Easter Weekend, schools closed
April 10 Wednesday Eid al-Fitr, schools closed
April 22–30 Monday– Tuesday Spring Recess (including Passover), schools closed
May 9 Thursday Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for elementary schools and Pre-K Centers
May 16 Thursday Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for middle schools and D75 schools
May 23 Thursday Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for high schools, K–12, and 6–12 schools
May 27 Monday Memorial Day, schools closed
June 6 Thursday Anniversary Day / Chancellor’s Conference Day for staff development; students do not attend.
June 7 Friday Clerical Day; no classes for students attending 3K, Pre-K, elementary schools, middle schools, K-12 schools, and standalone D75 programs
June 14–26 Friday– Wednesday Regents Administration (excluding June 19, when schools are closed)
June 19 Wednesday Juneteenth, schools closed
June 26 Wednesday Last day of school for students

The school calendar for NYC Kids is now here!

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