If you have children in either the Atlanta Public Schools, DeKalb County School District, Decatur School District, or the Fulton County School District, then this is the resource of you. Here we have the 2020-2021 school calendars for all of the districts for you to see exactly when your kid is out of school so you can sign them up for their favorite activities.
First Day of School 8/18/2020
Admission Day 9/4/2020
Labor Day 9/7/2020
Unassigned Day 9/28/2020
Veterans Day 11/11/2020
Thanksgiving 11/23/2020 – 11/27/2020 (find Thanksgiving Camps)
Winter Break 12/21/2020 – 1/8/2021
Martin Luther King Day 1/18/2021
President’s Day 2/15/2021
Cesar E. Chavez Birthday 3/26/2021
Spring Break 3/29/2021 – 4/2/2021
Memorial Day 5/31/2021
Last Day of School 6/10/2021
See more LA County school calendars including AUSD, BHUSD, CCUSD, & more. Add any school calendar to your Google calendar by clicking the + button below.
See school calendars for all 18 school districts in Alameda County, including Berkeley Unified, Alameda Unified, Fremont, Hayward, Castro Valley, and more.
Get ready for school year 2020-2021 and all the school calendar changes. Alameda County has 18 school districts and each district’s calendar is different. That’s why ActivityHero has compiled all the 2019-2020 calendars for every district in Alameda.
Of special note:
In Alameda, most of the first days of school are in late August, around August 12-28.
Thanksgiving break will give most students the full week off.
Alameda winter breaks fall between December 21 and January 4 this year.
Here you’ll be able to find the school calendars and all the days off. You can add them to your own personal calendar, too.
Find out all the important dates on the school calendar in Orange County, California
Schools in Irvine, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, Fullerton and other school districts in Orange County have a long Thanksgiving and Winter Break this year. You’ll find all the school holidays for the 2020-2021 academic year in this calendar.
Dallas school calendars show all the school holidays for local districts, including Coppell, Dallas, Highland Park, and Plano.
This resource is great for you if your kids go to school in the Dallas area – you’ll find calendars for four major districts. Look at them one by one, or select multiple schools so you can compare them on the calendar.
This list of calendars will make it much easier for you to plan holiday camps, after school classes and vacations. We also have the district websites linked, so you can easily find more information. Be sure to bookmark this page so you can come back if you need it!
Find your Contra Costa County School’s calendar for 2020-2021 here: Walnut Creek, WCCUSD, SRVUSD, Pittsburg Unified, LAFSD, OUESD, Antioch and more.
Finding and comparing Contra Costa County school district calendars has been difficult — until now. ActivityHero editors have put together this handy, all-in-one 2020-2021 calendar for all the districts in Contra Costa County, including holidays, Thanksgiving Break, and Spring Break. Be sure to bookmark this page so you can refer back to it if you need it (and check out the handy tips at right).
With these calendars, it’s easier to plan a vacation with friends across town. Or if you’re a business planning your class or camp schedule, you can design your sessions to fit with different school districts. Add it to your calendar and share this handy tool with friends!
When are the school holidays in San Mateo County? See school calendars to find out — with info on SMFCSD, BRSSD, BSD, HCSD, MPCSD & more.
There are lots of changes in the San Mateo County school calendars for 2020-2021. And if you find yourself planning activities or coordinating schedules for kids at different schools — it can get pretty tricky.
That’s why ActivityHero has compiled this handy all-in-one calendar to show you all the dates for all the districts in the County. Now it’s just a little bit easier to line up those holiday break camps, vacation plans, after-school class schedules, carpooling plans, and more. From Bayshore to Woodside, every calendar you’ll need is right here. (We’ve included handy links to the district websites, too.)
The First Day of School for SFUSD is 8/17/2020. Due to COVID-19, schools have been closed since March 2020. The district has not yet announced how instruction will be conducted in the fall, but indicated that “learning in the fall could continue from a distance, it could return to in-person instruction, or it could be a combination of both.”
The 2020-2021 SFUSD school calendar includes five weeks of school holidays. While school is closed, you can find one day and weekly camps on ActivityHero. Search by date, child’s age and interests. Extended care is also available to provide a full day of childcare.
When are the school holidays? Check all the Santa Clara County school calendars here, including CUSD, Alum Rock, LASD, GUSD, PAUSD, SJUSD, and more.
If you’ve got kids in one of Santa Clara County’s 30 school districts — this is a resource for you. Here you’ll find all the Santa Clara county school calendars for every single district — from Palo Alto all the way to Gilroy. Look at them one by one, or select multiple schools so you can compare them.
Make sure you’re prepared for all of the school breaks in San Diego Unified School Calendar during the 2020-2021 school year.
San Diego Unified school district has moved all schools to a traditional calendar in 2020-2021. For families and kids, it’s now easier to plan for summer camps and other holiday camps. Use this calendar to keep track of holidays for the school district this year.
If you’re a fundraising volunteer, parent, or teacher, you’ll definitely want to check out these fresh, fun ideas to raise money for your school.
By Christine Douglas, a Fundraising Co-Chair in San Mateo, Calif., with Laura Quaglio
If you’ve got kids, your kitchen counter is probably piled high with fundraising brochures for nuts, popcorn, wreaths, books, cookies, gift wrap, walk-a-thons, and the like. The more kids in the family, the more envelopes on the counter! As parents, we’re happy to support the programs that serve our children, but sometimes we (and our “buyers”) grow weary of the same merchandise year after year. Plus we’re often “competing” with families from nearby schools who may be selling similar items simultaneously. The key to success for your favorite program may lie in finding some truly unique and creative ideas for gathering donations.
As a fundraising volunteer for my school, I’m always on the lookout for new ideas. Here are some fresh fundraisers that are empowered by Web technologies and innovative companies. Suggest them to your favorite fundraising committee this year, and you just might earn the title of fundraising superhero.
Here’s a fundraiser that doesn’t require parents to buy anything. In fact, it is all about “recycling” pre-loved women’s and childrens’ clothes! Schoola collects these items through the schools, then markets them on their website. After the items are sold, Schoola gives 40% of the funds back to the school.
Why I love it: Schoola offers online tracking of donations and sales. They also offer free pick-up and/or shipping. Your organization receives quarterly checks, and a fundraising “coach” is available throughout the process to answer any questions along the way.
This is a free app for iPhone or Android devices that allows parents to earn cash for their kid’s school — and doesn’t cost them an extra dime. Parents simply download the Shoparoo app and use it to photograph their shopping receipts. The greater the number of receipts they photograph, the more money the school earns.
Shoparoo was founded by former teachers and retail executives, who found this unique way to connect brand-name companies with market research by providing the company with helpful data in the form of these register receipts. Parents love that it’s anonymous — Shoparoo shares the purchase information in the form of summaries but doesn’t pass along personal details.
Why I love it: It’s an app, so it’s always easy for parents to use anywhere, anytime. I also love finding fundraisers that don’t cost parents anything to participate, because we all need a break! Over 10,000 U.S. schools are earning hundreds to thousands of dollars per year with this app.
School is out of session for roughly 80 weekdays each year, leaving many parents actively seeking camps and classes to enrich their kids’ lives and entertain them during vacations and breaks. Now, with ActivityHero Fundraising Affiliates, all those activity registrations can generate funds for your children’s school!
ActivityHero lists tons of different camps, after school classes, and activities. Parents use the ActivityHero website or app to find activities they like. Then every time a parent registers their child for one of those activities, ActivityHero makes a donation to the child’s school.
Why I love it: Camps and classes are usually larger purchases, so the donations add up quickly! Also, it’s really easy to run this fundraiser; all you have to do is spread the word. Bonus: ActivityHero will even help you create bilingual flyers if you need them.
Oubly is a printing company that creates beautifully crafted cards, stationery, business cards, canvas items, and printed materials for special occasions. Their paper options and packaging are especially elegant. When parents order cards or canvas prints from Oubly, they input a special code and the company donates 20% back to their chosen school.
Once your school’s fundraising chairperson registers the school online, they’ll receive brochures to distribute to parents explaining the process. At month’s end, the school receives the donation money via check.
Why I love it: This program is so easy to implement, and it offers products to families that they’re often purchasing anyhow. It also offers two things I look for in a fundraiser: It doesn’t require much time on the part of fundraising volunteers, and it saves families money. It also offers schools a bigger percentage of the sales than do programs from some other similar companies.
5. Mabel’s Labels
Mabel’s Labels can help schools in two ways: First, the program sells labeling supplies to parents, who can use them to ID kids’ jackets, lunchboxes, shoes, sports gear, and other items. This can make it easier for kids to retrieve items from the school’s Lost and Found. Second, when parents purchase these labelling products, the school earns up to 20% of the total.
Why I love it: Mabel’s Labels are easy to use (just peel and stick), and they’re made to endure the rigors of the washer/dryer, dishwasher, and microwave. And if they help kids keep track of their items, they may even save parents some money in the long run!