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When do students return to Gwinnett County Schools this year?

Gwinnett County Public Schools are almost back in session. It’s time to mark your calendar with days off, early releases and potential make-up days.

Students return to class on August 5, 2019. The last day of school for the 2019-20 year will be May 20, 2020. 


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Here are key dates for the 2019-20 Gwinnett County school year:

August 5: First day of school

September 2: Labor Day (system-wide holiday)

October 10 - 11: Fall break

October 14: Teacher planning/staff development day, no classes for students

October 23 and 24: Early release for elementary and middle school students

November 25 - 29: Thanksgiving break

December 18 - 20: Early release for high school exams

December 20: First semester ends

December 23 - January 2: Winter break

January 3: Teacher planning/staff development day, no classes for students

January 6: Second semester begins

January 20: Martin Luther King Jr. Day (system-wide holiday)

February 14: Inclement weather make-up day or student/teacher holiday

February 17: Teacher planning/staff development day, no classes for students

February 19 - 20: Early release for elementary and middle school stuents

March 13:  Inclement weather make-up day or student/teacher holiday

March 30 - April 3: Spring break

May 18 - 20: Early release for high school exams

May 20: Last day of school

May 21 to 22: Teacher post-planning/staff development days


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