Lexington ISD Academic Calendar Survey
Thank you for taking the time to give LISD your input on the current academic calendar. LISD is in the process of gathering information to develop the 2019 - 2020 school calendar. Your comments will be presented to the District Educational Improvement Committee for consideration in developing the upcoming academic calendar.

This survey will close on Tuesday, January 15th at 5:00 pm.

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Lexington ISD students first day of school for the 2018-2019 school year was Wednesday, August 15th.
To what degree do you feel that the early start (before 8/27) benefited your child(ren).
Not that much
It was very beneficial
Comments regarding back to school start date
Your answer
The first day of school for students was a half day with early release at 12:30 pm
To what degree do you feel that the half day benefited your child(ren)
Not that much
It was very beneficial
Comments regarding half day on the first day of school
Your answer
The calendar committee planned a half day for the last day of each grading period
To what degree do you feel that the half day benefited your child(ren)
Not that much
It was very beneficial
Comments regarding half day for the last day of the grading periods
Your answer
The calendar committee planned a half day early release for the two Fridays where Varsity Football, Band and Cheerleaders needed to travel more than 2 hours to play
To what degree do you feel that the half day benefited your child(ren) & family
Not that much
It was very beneficial
Comments regarding half day early release for extreme travel situations (based on the varsity district football schedule for 2019-20, long distance games are not away games on Friday nights)
Your answer
The calendar committee planned for a full week off at Thanksgiving
To what degree do you feel that the full week at Thanksgiving benefited your child(ren) & family.
Not that much
It was very beneficial
Comments regarding having a full week off at Thanksgiving
Your answer
The calendar committee planned for two full weeks off at Christmas between fall/spring semesters
To what degree do you feel that the 12 business days off between semesters benefited your child(ren) & family
Not that much
It was/will be very beneficial
Comments regarding time off between semesters
Your answer
The calendar committee planned for a half day in February for parent teacher conferences and transition activities
To what degree do you feel that this time has the POTENTIAL to benefit your child(ren)
Not that much
It could be very beneficial
Comments regarding half day on a Wednesday in February
Your answer
The calendar committee planned for the Lee County Junior Livestock Show dates by strategically placing a bad weather day and a student holiday
To what degree do you feel that this sort of strategic planning will benefit your child(ren) & family
Not that much
It could be very beneficial
Comments regarding days off for the Lee County Junior Livestock Show
Your answer
The calendar committee planned the second state required bad weather day by strategically placing it the Monday after Easter
To what extent do you feel that this sort of strategic planning will benefit your child(ren) & family
Not that much
It could be very beneficial
The calendar committee planned for some sort of student holiday in the routine each month
To what extent do you feel that this sort of strategic planning will benefit your child(ren)
Not that much
It could be very beneficial
The calendar committee planned for the school year to be completed before Memorial day weekend
To what extent do you feel that this sort of strategic planning will benefit your child(ren) & family
Not that much
It could be very beneficial
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