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Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, a number of changes are taking place in classrooms across the CSRA.
Aiken County School officials worked three different plans for the 2020-2021 school year. With several adjustments made through motions, we now know some of the changes are:
- School will start August 31
- Labor Day will be a school day
- There will be no fall break during Masters Week.
- Thanksgiving holiday break has been shortened by one day
- Last day of classes has been moved back to June 11.
You can view the Aiken County School Year calendar below or download it by clicking HERE.
For more information about Aiken County schools, visit http://www.acpsd.net.
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