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APS Board Approves 2013-14 Calendars

Both traditional and alternative calendars are available online.

January 17, 2013

Go here for a complete list of holidays, breaks, and important school dates for traditional schools and schools on an alternative schedule.

    The Albuquerque Public Schools Board of Education has taken final action and approved both the 2013-14 traditional and alternative calendars.

    Traditional Calendar

    The first day of school on the traditional calendar is Tuesday, Aug. 13, with teachers and school staff returning to work on Tuesday, Aug. 6.

    The last day of school will be Thursday, May 22. The traditional calendar includes two snow make-up days, Feb. 18 and May 23. If more are needed, students will return to school after Memorial Day on May 27-30.

    The calendar also includes two days for fall break, Oct. 10-11; and spring break is moved back from March to April 14-18 in 2014.

    Alternative Calendar

    Schools on the alternative calendar are Mary Ann Binford, Susie Rayos Marmon, Cochiti, Oñate, Mark Twain, Navajo, Duranes and Eugene Field elementary schools.

    The first day of school for students attending these schools in 2013-14 will be Tuesday, July 23. Like the students on the traditional calendar, those on the alternative calendar will end the first semester on Friday, Dec. 20, and return from winter break on Monday, Jan. 6. Their last day of school is also Thursday, May 22, with make-up days set for May 23 and May 27-30, if needed.

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