Teacher In-Service Day Remains On The Calendar For December 4th, 2020
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Palm Beach County School District is sticking with its plan to use this coming Friday, December, 4th, as a teacher in-service day. That means no school — distance or in person — for the school district’s 180,000 students. Teachers will use the day for planning. This follows the complete closure of the school district for the entire Thanksgiving week.
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The school district started instruction several weeks late this year due to COVID-19 and the inability of administration to have a workable plan as the school year was originally set to get underway. Superintendent Dr. Donald Fennoy came under fire — and continues to be criticized — for administrative and management issues under his watch.
Normally complete in May, the Palm Beach County School District school year now continues until June 18th for students. The last day for teachers is June 21.
Friday is the final day off for students until winter break starts on December 21st. Students are off for winter break until January 4th.
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