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school year

1. a twelve-month period, (in Britain) usually starting in late summer and continuing for three terms until the following summer, during which pupils remain in the same class
2. the time during this period when the school is open
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Saadallah called on the government to introduce a new annual social bonus at the beginning of the school year to help Tunisians meet their commitments to their children.
According to the ministry's projections, the number of schoolchildren in 2020/2021 school year will be 24.
She explained that Oplan Balik Eskwela and the public assistance stations 'primarily aim to address the problems commonly encountered at the start of the school year to ensure that learners are already properly enrolled and able to attend school by the first day of classes.
CLASS 3 - Piano Solo School year 5 and under: 1 Rachel Zhuang, 2 Jazmine Arellano, 3 Leon Zhuang.
The school year will be cut in June by one school day because of furlough days.
More specifically, the budgets for the 2008 school year were finalized in the spring of 2007, before the recession officially began in December 2007, and before decision makers were aware of the impending downturn.
A longer school year is the better of the two alternatives, in my opinion.
Arkansas should increase the school year by four days each year for the next five years.
Gapper assured that Castaic High School's opening date is still on target for the 2010-11 school year.
Meeting Teachers' Needs: Usry has been organizing the induction program for the past three years at the elementary school, but this school year marks the first year the district's middle and high schools are participating in the program, which often begins two weeks before the start of school.
With a new school year just around the corner, it's the perfect time for you to join hundreds of your CalCPA peers who have volunteered to bring financial literacy to high school students--and promote the profession at the same time.
Readers will see the school year through the eyes of the star quarterback with a wheelchair-bound younger brother; the charismatic junior class president trying to get star musician John Mayer to perform at the prom; a pregnant couple struggling to make ends meet; the class clown; and several other fascinating teenagers.

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