Or, would you prefer school begin after Labor Day?
Your thoughts on next year’s 2011-2012 calendar are being requested by the Davis School District.
Three options have been drawn up by district representatives for the traditional nine-month calendar and a similar number for those who attend year-round schools.
For the traditional nine-month calendar, each of the three options have a different start date that are all spaced a few days apart. All of the options end on June 1, which means that the latest-starting option has fewer days off in the middle. That means a slightly smaller Christmas break than the first option, and a significantly shorter spring break for both of the other options.
All of the school schedules incorporate the two days that the district recently added to the school year.
In order to get public feedback on the three options, the district has included an online survey with the three options in order to help people share their input.
A previous poll done in January by the school district showed that most residents favored a week-long spring break.
Details of the various calendar options and on-line survey can be viewed on the district’s website at www.davis.k12.ut.us.