Florida School System Fall Break

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  1. knebkagnau

    knebkagnau Mouseketeer

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    Does anyone know when this usually falls? Thanks
     
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  3. Lovin' Disney

    Lovin' Disney Mouseketeer

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    Oh...do they go to school year round there?
     
  4. lucigo

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    The week of Thanksgiving is fall break for us in the panhandle, and for OCPS (Orlando).
     
  5. HappyDznyCamper

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    Each county in FL has it's own school district,sometimes even cities will have separate school systems. Not all schools will take a fall break though.
     
  6. amcc

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    Besides Thanksgiving, Miami-Dade County does not have a fall break.
     
  7. okeydokey

    okeydokey Frosty the Snowman scared me as a child.

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    I'm in N Fl and we don't have a fall break, How I wish we did.
     
  8. Tink561

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    There are no fall breaks in Broward, Dade and Palm Beach Counties.
     
  9. laceemouse

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    Most southern school systems used to have fall breaks when they started school early in August. Now most of them are back to starting later in August so no fall break.
    When we lived in Florida in the 90s our school did a trial of year round school. I loved it but most people didn't. It lasted a few years and then they went back to a regular school calendar.
    Here in Texas now they are making all of the schools follow the same calendar, but in many states the districts make their own decisions.
     

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