The Wake County Board of Education on Tuesday discussed school calendars for the 2020-21 school year based on new legislation approved by lawmakers in late April. Watch the discussion.

They are expected to vote on the calendars on June 2. 

Apart from year-round calendars, these proposed calendars would be similar to those previously approved by the school board, including the same Winter and Spring breaks. Calendars had to be adjusted to include the five days of remote learning mandated by recent state law. 

We will notify you again when calendars have been officially approved by the board.

We invite you to share feedback and questions about the proposed calendars in the thread that applies to you and your child. 

The Wake County Board of Education on Tuesday discussed school calendars for the 2020-21 school year based on new legislation approved by lawmakers in late April. Watch the discussion.

First Day of School: Aug. 3, 2020

Last Day of School: June 7, 2020

• We must add 5 Remote Learning (RL) days to all calendars.

• We must meet a minimum of 1,025 instructional hours in a year that includes the 5 Remote Learning days.

• We must add 5 individually separate and distinct full in-person instructional days that we are referring as Session Law days.

Full proposed calendar.

The board expects to approve 2020-21 calendars on June 2.

Please share feedback and questions about this proposed calendar below.

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Alana Brantley at May 24, 2020 at 12:48am EDT

Modified fall track out went from 2 weeks to 3 days (for teachers). I know several employees as well as families likely have vacations planned during that track out period, we do.

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