Calendar Summary

2023 – 2024 School Year Summary

September 06, Wednesday Connections for Children with their families – details to follow (see summer letter for details)
September 08, Friday Orientations (see summer letter for details)
September 11, Monday School opens
September 13, Wednesday Board Meeting 7:30 – 9 pm (discussion at 8:15 – Parent Orientation to a New School Year)
September 25, Monday NO SCHOOL – YOM KIPPUR
September 30, Saturday Social and “Fun-Raiser” at Houghton’s Pond (details to follow)
October 01, Sunday October Tuition Payments Due
October 05, Thursday Community Presentation with Rachel Giza-Sisson (7:30-9pm) See full calendar listing for details.
October 09, Monday NO SCHOOL – INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ DAY
October 11, Wednesday Board Meeting 7:30 – 9 pm (discussion at 8:15 pm – Family Discussion: Initial Adjustment to School and Ways to Look at Children’s Work for Details on Development and Experiences at School)
October 13, Friday Discussion 9 am : Checking in on Positive Parenting and its Challenges – topic TBD
October 19, Thursday Curriculum Night – (details to follow)
October 20, Friday FOOD DAY CELEBRATION – (details to follow)
November 08, Wednesday Board Meeting 7:30 – 9 pm (discussion at 8pm: Program Options at LCP and thinking about Kindergarten)
November 10, Friday NO SCHOOL – VETERAN’S DAY
November 22 – 24 NO SCHOOL – THANKSGIVING
December 13, Wednesday Board Meeting 7:30 – 9 pm (discussion at 8:15 pm: TBA)
December 15, Friday Discussion 9 am : Checking in on Positive Parenting and its Challenges – topic TBD
December 22, Friday Half Day: Family Dance (details to follow)
December 25 – January 01 NO SCHOOL – WINTER RECESS
January 02, Tuesday School Re-opens
January 10, Wednesday Board Meeting 7:30 – 9 pm (discussion at 8:15 pm: TBA)
January 12, Friday Family Discussion (detail to follow)
January 15. Monday NO SCHOOL – MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY
January 16, Tuesday NO SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN – PROFESSIONAL DAY
January 26, Friday Whole School “Open Door” (Construction,  Ramps and Engineering)
February 01, Thursday  February Tuition Payments Due
February 07, Wednesday Board Meeting 7:30 – 9 pm (Discussion at 8:15 pm – Conflict Resolution and Problem Solving with Young Children)
February 09, Friday Family Discussion 8:45 am – Understanding and Dealing with Challenging Behaviors
February 19 – 23 NO SCHOOL – FEBRUARY RECESS
February 26, Monday School Re-opens
March 13, Wednesday Board Meeting 7:30-9 pm (discussion at 8:15 pm: TBA)
March 15, Friday Family Discussion (details to follow)
March 22, Friday Multicultural Lunch (if community conditions allow – details to follow)
March 29, Friday NO SCHOOL – GOOD FRIDAY
April 05, Friday Tentative Date for the Annual Auction (details to follow)
April 09, Tuesday Hayward Photography 9 am
April 10, Wednesday Hayward Photography 9 am
April 10, Wednesday Annual Meeting 7:30 pm (mandatory participation for all families – details to follow)
Discussion: Sharing Perspectives with Teachers
April 15 – 19 NO SCHOOL – SPRING RECESS
April 22, Monday School re-opens
April 26, Friday Whole School “Open Door” (details to follow)
May 04, Saturday Saturday Clean Up Day 9 am – noon (weather permitting)
May 08, Wednesday Board Meeting 7:30 – 9 pm (discussion at 8:15 pm TBA)
May 10, Friday Family Discussion (details to follow)
May 27, Monday NO SCHOOL – MEMORIAL DAY
May 29, Wednesday Museum Night (details to follow)
May 31, Friday End of Year Celebrations (details to follow)
June 01, Saturday June Tuition Payments for 2024-25 Academic Year Due
June 05, Wednesday Last Day of School (Half Day Only)
June 05, Wednesday Board Meeting 6 – 8pm (New and Current Board Members – details to follow)
June 10 – July 18 Summer Program

SNOW DAYS: You will receive an email if school is closed, and information will be posted on the website. You can also listen to radio stations WBZ-1030 am or WHDH-850 am. We are closed when the Canton Public Schools are closed. However, during an extended closing, we may re-open before the public schools do. You will be notified by email if we plan to resume school before the public schools.