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At its public board meeting last night, the Surrey Board of Education approved the local calendar for the next school year.
For the fourth consecutive year, the board has established a local calendar that standardizes non-instructional days across the district and extends the normal one-week spring break in March, this time to nine days, followed by Good Friday.
As a staff report notes, the board and staff had consulted with employee groups and the community regarding the potential for extending the spring break again for next year as a means to save costs, estimated at almost $400,000. As in previous years, there will be an increase in instructional time to make up the additional four days.As a result, the district’s local calendar for 2012-2013 incorporates the following extended spring break: