Last day of class for Northshore Schools moved back to June 26

Students in Northshore School District will have to wait a few extra days to start summer break in June, thanks to a handful of snow days in December and February.

The last day of school was initially set for June 21, but has been rescheduled for Monday, June 26. Graduation is scheduled for Monday, June 19.

School was cancelled on Dec. 16, and again on Feb. 6-7.

Northshore schools are closed next week on Presidents’ Day on Feb. 20 and for midwinter break from Feb. 21-24.

Spring break is set for April 10-14.

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