School Year Calendar


Due to school cancellations on December 16th and 17th, 2019; January 17th and 24th, 2020; and February 5th, 6th and 13th, 2020, seven of the scheduled snow make up days built in to the school district calendar will be used.

First snow make up day is February 14. This make up day moves the teacher/staff PD day to Monday, February 17th. However, it will remain as a no school day for students on February 17th.

Second snow make up day is May 22. May 21st and 22nd will be full days of school with normal dismissal.

Third snow make up day is April 13. 

Fourth snow make up day is May 26. 

Fifth snow make up day is May 27.

Sixth snow make up day is May 28.

Seventh snow make up day is May 29. The last day of school will now be Friday, May 29th and will be a 1:00 p.m. early dismissal.

2019-2020 KN Official School Year Calendar


Printable 2020-2021 Official BOE Approved School Year Calendar
Printable 2019-2020 Official BOE Approved School Year Calendar
Printable 2018-2019 Official BOE Approved School Year Calendar

The Knob Noster Board of Education approves the academic calendar based on the recommendation of the District Calendar Committee and superintendent. If the district cancels school for snow days or for other unforeseen reasons, those days are made up as described within the calendar. 

Who determines what the calendar looks like?

The Board of Education votes to approve the calendar based upon the recommendation of the Superintendent and the District Calendar committee. The committee includes teachers, support staff, and administrators.

When does the final decision on the school calendar take place?

The District Calendar Committee begins meeting in the fall. The committee usually makes a recommendation to the Board in March, and the Board usually makes its final decision in April.

What are the Calendar Committee's top priorities for developing the calendar?

The Calendar Committee makes its decision with four main priorities in mind:
  1. The calendar should support instruction and assessment for students;
  2. The calendar should reflect the desires of parents and the community; and
  3. The calendar should be friendly to families.
  4. The calendar should represent the interests of Knob Noster employees.