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Key Events

Keep up-to-date with all the important key events for the entire school year.

Student Days Off

Check out this complete list of student holidays, vacations, and non-attendance days.

SY 2014-2015 Calendar

Check out the complete CPS calendar for SY 2014-2015 school year.

SY 2013-2014 Calendar

Check out the complete CPS calendar for SY 2013-2014 school year.

 

SY2014-2015 CPS Calendar for Elementary and High Schools

PDF icon. View the CPS Calendar for 2014-2015.

 

UPDATE: February 2014

PDF icon. View the CPS Calendar for 2013-2014.

PDF icon. View the CPS Parent Calendar for 2013-2014.

 

To ensure students receive the valuable instructional time that was intended for January 6, 7, 27 and 28, CPS has made changes to its academic calendar for this school year.

 

Changes to the Calendar Affecting High School Students

  • March 28th, which was not a school day for students, will now become a regular school day for all high school students to offset the January 6th snow day.
  • April 7th, which was a parent-teacher conference (report card pick-up) day and not a school day for high school students, is now a regular school day for high school students (but remains a day off for elementary and middle school students).
  • April 8th, which was a regular school day for all students will become the high school parent-teacher conference day.  April 8th will now be a day off for high school students (but will remain a regular school day for elementary and middle school students).
  • June 11th, which was the first day of students' summer break, will become a regular school day for high school students to offset the January 7th snow day.
  • June 12th will become a regular school day for high school students to offset the January 27th weather day.
  • June 13th will become a regular school day for high school students to offset the January 28th weather day.
  • June 16th will become the first day of summer break for all high school students.
  • June 23rd will be the first day of summer programs for high school students.

 

Changes to the Calendar Affecting Elementary, Middle Schools and Early Childhood Centers Students

  • March 28th, which was not a school day for elementary and middle school students, will now become a student attendance day to offset the January 6th snow day.
  • June 11th, which was the first day of students' summer break, will become a student attendance day to offset the January 7th snow day.
  • June 12th will become a regular school day to offset the January 27th weather day.
  • June 13th will become a regular school day to offset the January 28th weather day.
  • June 16th will become the first day of elementary and middle school students' summer break.
  • June 23rd will be the first day of summer programs for elementary and middle school students.

 

If you have any questions, please contact your local school office.

 

Calendar Frequently Asked Questions

Q.  Will children be penalized if they miss school because of a previously planned vacation?

A.  No, a child will not be penalized. Families should notify the school of the planned vacation and the absences will be excused. Children will be expected to make up the work that they miss as a result of their absence from school, so please also coordinate with your child's teacher.

 

Q.  How many student attendance days do the calendars provide?

A.  Both calendars ensure 181 days of student attendance.

For an entire list of Student Days Off, please continue here.

For a list of upcoming Key CPS Events, continue here.

 

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No, a child will not be penalized. Families should notify the school of the planned vacation and the absences will be excused. Children will be expected to make up the work that they miss as a result of their absence from school, so please also coordinate with your child’s teacher.

 

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Both calendars ensure 181 days of student attendance.

For an entire list of Student Days Off, please continue here.

For a list of upcoming Key CPS Events, continue here.

 

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