The Knox and Oregon-Davis School Boards could vote tonight to adopt a balanced school calendar for the 2015-2016 school year, and the North Judson-San Pierre School Board will consider one when they meet tomorrow. A balanced calendar still features the state-mandated 180 classroom days. The school year starts earlier in August and includes longer breaks in the fall and spring. They can be used for either remediation for students who are struggling or enrichment for higher-achieving pupils.
Officials at all three schools have previously said the calendars need to be similar if not identical due to shared vocational and special education resources. Typically corporations finalize their calendars by January for the upcoming year to allow ample time for planning.