405 main street
infant and toddler
Wednesday, September 2 - Friday, September 4 Teacher Workweek: Classroom prep & professional development.
School closed for children.
Monday, September 7 School closed: Labor Day Holiday
Tuesday, September 8 - Friday, September 11 Gradual introduction, separation and adjustment begins for all classes
(see schedule) Virtual Home Visits
Monday, September 28 School closed: Yom Kippur
Monday, October 12 School closed: Indigenous People's Day
Tuesday, November 3 School closed for children: Election Day;
Parent/Teacher Virtual Classroom Curriculum Night, 5:00 - 6:30 pm
Wednesday, November 11 School closed for children: Veterans Day, Virtual Parent/Teacher Conferences
Wednesday, November 25 Thanksgiving Holiday Early Closing, 1:00 pm dismissal
Thursday, November 26 - Friday, November 27 School closed: Thanksgiving Holiday
Wednesday, December 23 Winter Vacation Early Closing, 1:00 pm dismissal
Thursday, December 24 - Sunday, January 3 School closed: Winter Vacation
Monday, January 4 School Re-opens for children at 9:00 am. Teachers begin at 8:00 am.
Monday, January 18 School closed: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Holiday
Monday, February 1 School closed for children: Professional Development Day
Monday, February 15 - Friday, February 19 School closed: Midwinter Vacation / Presidents Day
Thursday, March 4 School closed for children: Parent/Teacher Conferences
Monday, March 29 - Friday April 2 School closed: Spring Vacation for Good Friday/Passover/Easter
Thursday, May 13 School closed: Eid Al-Fitr
Friday, May 14 School closed for children: Parent/Teacher Conferences
Monday, May 31 School closed: Memorial Day Holiday
Monday, June 29 - Friday, July 3 School closed: Summer Vacation
Thursday, June 24 Last Day of 2020-21 School Year. Family Breakfast on Playground 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Friday, June 25 Year End Teacher Work & Professional Development Day
* Please note that these dates are subject to change, particularly if the NYC Department of Education revises its school year calendar or if community health circumstances lead regulatory authorities like the NYC Department of Health to require schedule revisions.