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Danbury officials adjust next year's school calendar to make up missed days

Changes have been made to the Danbury school calendar for next year to comply with a waiver from the State Board of Education. The first day of the upcoming school year in Danbury will be August 31st.  The Danbury Board of Ed approved the new calendar at its meeting this week. 
August 31st is an addition to the calendar to make up for the one day the schools fell short this year, and will be shortened as a weather/emergency dismissal.  The remainder of the day will be pre-opening for faculty and staff. 
Broadview Middle School and Pembroke and Hayestown Avenue elementary schools will go 182 days next year due to other closures due to a city water main break and an October power outage. The extra day for these three schools is October 8th, when schools are closed to students for staff professional development, and is scheduled as a weather/emergency dismissal.  The remainder of the day, faculty and staff will join planned professional development activities.

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