Whether you know a student bettering themselves or you’re a commuter stuck behind a school bus, it’s good to know the Fulton County Schools schedule.
The first day of classes for the 2019-2020 school year in Fulton County is Aug. 12. Classes end May 22, 2020.
Below, note the short break in October and then the week break in November for Thanksgiving, both of which are ahead of the two-week winter break from late December through early January.
Spring Break will remain as the first full week of April.
Here’s a look at the whole 178 days of classes:
Aug. 12, first day of school
Sept. 2, Labor Day
Oct. 11, teacher work day
Oct. 14, Columbus Day
Nov. 5, professional development day for teachers/Election Day
Nov. 25 - Nov. 29, Thanksgiving break
Dec. 20, last day of first semester
Dec. 23 - Jan. 2, Winter Break
Jan. 3, teacher work day
Jan. 6, first day of second semester
Jan. 20, Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday
Feb. 17, Presidents’ Day (also an inclement weather make-up day)
March 13, teacher work day (also an inclement weather make-up day)
April 6 - April 10, Spring Break
May 22, last day of school
May 25, Memorial Day
May 26 - 27, inclement weather make-up days
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