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easter school holiday dates

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easter school holiday dates

Does anyone know what date the American Easter school holiday dates are?

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1. Re: easter school holiday dates

April 12 - 27

Easter is the 20th

The week before and the week after Easter Sunday is quite a busy time in Orlando. Not All Schools are closed at the same time

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Easter break for US high schools, US colleges & universities and Canadian universities usually includes the week before Easter and 4-5 weeks before.

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Avoid the dates partypa said for the Easter Break. Many schools, for example, might take off the Monday after Easter, and families will make use of that day off and take off the rest of the week to maximize their vacation time and minimize the number of days their kids miss school.

Spring Break may be combined with or be completely separate from Easter Break. This also depends on when Easter falls (March or April). If Easter is in March, some schools will combine Easter and Spring break. If Easter is later in April, schools may take a spring break in March and a separate Easter break.

In general, I would avoid the month of March due to spring break and the dates partypa mentioned for Easter break.

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