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Madison City Schools’ first day of school changed to Aug. 10 with staggered start

The upcoming schol year will start a little later this year. The Madison City Schools Board of Education approved changing the start date from Aug. 5 to Aug. 10 Thursday evening.

All breaks and holidays would remain the same as the previously adopted 2020-21 calendar. The extra days from the delayed start would be for teacher professional development and training.

One difference in the start, however. Not all students will start school on the same day. There will be a staggered start based on the student’s last name.

Last names A-J will report Monday Aug. 10.

K-R Tuesday Aug. 11.

S-z Wednesday Aug. 12.

Then on Thursday, Aug. 13, all students would begin reporting to school.

Students who choose the virtual option will have a virtual orientation day for all the virtual logistics/requirements.

Click here to see the full 2020-2021 calendar.

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