RACINE COUNTY, WI — The first day of school in Racine for the 2019-20 school year is September 3 — and whether you and the kids are looking forward to the new school year or are dreading the end of summer, you’ll want to mark the date on your calendar ASAP.

The Racine Unified School District has released its 2019-20 calendar for public schools.
The calendar includes important dates such as winter and spring vacations, religious holidays, federal holidays, early dismissals and parent-teacher conferences.

Here is the full list of dates to know for this school year:

August

29: Open Houses For Elementary, Middle School Students

September

3: First Day of School

October

24: Professional Learning Day, No School
25: Professional Learning Day, No School

November

7: End of First Quarter
7: Parent Teacher Conferences, No School for Elementary Students; Two-Hour Early Release For Grades 6-12.
8: Parent-Teacher Conferences, No School For All Students
27-29: Thanksgiving Recess, No School

December

23-January 3: Holiday Recess, No School.

January

20: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, No School
24: End of First Semester

February

14: Professional Learning Day, No School
17: Winter Break Day, No School

March

12: Parent Teacher Conferences, No School for Elementary Students; Two-Hour Early Release For Grades 6-12.
13: Parent-Teacher Conferences, No School For All Students
27: End of Third Quarter

April

10-17: Spring Recess, No School

May

25: Memorial Day, No School

June

10: Last Day of School
11: Records Day (Possible Snow Makeup Day)

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