PLATTSBURGH — With summer vacation coming to a close, students, teachers and parents are gearing up for another busy school year.
Most districts across the region are kicking off the academic year with staff development days before students officially arrive for class in early September.
Here’s a roundup of when staff and students start the new year at schools around the North Country:
Superintendent’s days are scheduled at AuSable Valley Central School on Sept. 3 and 4, with classes starting Sept. 5.
Superintendent’s days are set for staff on Sept. 3 and 4 at Beekmantown Central School, with an open house for grades one through five on Sept. 4. First day of classes is Sept. 5.
Brushton-Moira Central School holds superintendent’s days for staff on Sept. 3 and 4, with classes starting Sept. 5. Grades kindergarten through six have early dismissal that day.
Teachers return to Chazy Central Rural School on Sept. 3, with Sept. 5 the first day for students.
Crown Point Central School’s staff development days are Sept. 3 and 4, with the first day of classes on Sept. 5.
Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School will start the school year with staff development days Sept. 3 and 4. Classes will begin Sept. 5.
Holy Family School in Malone’s staff returns Sept. 4, with the first day for students set for Sept. 5.
Staff will return for superintendent’s days Sept. 3 and 4 at Keene Central School, with back-to-school orientation on Sept. 3. Classes begin Sept. 5.
Lake Placid Central School will hold an elementary open house Sept. 3, when teachers return. Classes begin Sept. 5.
Malone Central School staff is expected back for superintendent’s days on Sept. 4 and 5. Students will return to class Sept. 6.
Moriah Central School teachers will be back Sept. 3 and welcome students back on Sept. 5.