• NEISD School Calendars


Important Dates

Holiday/Event Occurence
First Day of Classes 08/16/2021
Labor Day 09/06/2021
Indigenous Peoples' Day 10/11/2021
Thanksgiving-Break 11/22-26/2021
Winter Break 12/20/2021-12/31/2021
Martin Luther King Jr. Day 01/17/2022
Spring Break 03/07-11/2022
Battle of the Flowers 04/08/2022
Good Friday 04/15/2022
Last Day of Classes 05/27/2022
Memorial Day 05/30/2022

Graduation Dates

Campus Ceremony Dates
Churchill May 28, 2022
ISA May 27, 2022
Johnson May 30, 2022
LEE May 28, 2022
MacArthur May 30, 2022
Madison May 29, 2022
Reagan May 30, 2022
Roosevelt May 29, 2022

Academic Calendar Offerings

  • NEISD offers multiple ways for students to garner their education, including a choice of campuses that offer traditional, year-round*, and extended calendars*. If you'd like your student to attend a specific campus outside of your immediate area, you may be applicable for School Choice.

    Traditional School Calendar:

    This type of school calendar requires students to attend school instructional 180 days. This calendar is a 9-month calendar with schools closed during the summer months.

    Year-Round School Calendar:

    This type of school schedule requires students to attend school 180 instructional days, but these days are arranged differently in comparison to the Traditional School Calendar. The year-round calendar shortens the summer break and lengthens other breaks throughout the year.

    Parents who wish to enroll their students in a Year-Round School Calendar can to enroll their student(s) in Castle Hills Elementary School

    Extended-Year School Calendar:

    The Extended-Year Calendar offers 180 instructional days and runs through the end of June with Intersession Breaks (days off) built into the calendar every few weeks. Intersessions Breaks are designed for students to receive tutoring and academic enrichment.

    Parents with elementary students can choose to enroll them at:

    NEISD's Academy of Creative Education also provides an Extended-Year School Calendar for high school students at risk of dropping out.

    *Offered at limited and/or specific campuses.