After weeks of academic achievements and challenges, you’ll be ready to play just as hard as you’ve studied. So, pack your overnight bags and mark your calendars for holidays in 2016 because that means days off for public school students, including those enrolled at San Diego Virtual School.
February 12th, Lincoln Day
Considered by many historians to be one of the greatest presidents in U.S. history, Abraham Lincoln paved the way for legislature that abolished slavery and finally put an end to a dark park of history.
February 15th, Washington Day
As general of the American Revolution and first president of the U.S., George Washington was one of the founding fathers during the early days of the country.
March 28th – April 3rd, Spring Break
Grab the sunblock and beach gear for an epic Spring Break 2016.
May 30th, Memorial Day
In observance of people who died in service to the country’s armed forces, Memorial Day is a time for patriotism and all things red, white, and blue.
June 21st, Last Day of School
All of that hard work is finally behind you. Here’s to an epic summer vacation.
August 29th, First Day of School
Tie your shoelaces tight, pack a lunch, and head to class because the first day of school is in session.
September 5th, Labor Day
In observance of the American labor movement and all the workers that built this great country, it’s a day of rest for students and the work force.
November 11th, Veterans Day
This federal holiday honors those who served in the armed forces.
November 21-25, Thanksgiving Break
It might be a day of turkey and all the fixings, but Thanksgiving also celebrates the blessing of the harvest and the upcoming year.
December 19th, First Day of Winter Break
Grab your peppermint bark and snow boots because winter is just around the corner.
Now is the time to start planning your vacation so you can make the most of your holiday, especially since it starts all over again on January 3rd, 2017, the first day of school.