Public school students in South Dakota's largest district will be getting a late start on summer vacation next month.

The Sioux Falls School District has announced that they are extending the 2021-22 school calendar by one day.

The change was made after the district was forced to call off classes for a day back in December 2021 due to inclement weather.

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That means instead of the last day of school falling on Tuesday, May 24, classes will now let out a day later - Wednesday, May 25.

That means students will have three months off before the 2022-23 school year begins on Thursday, August 25.

The calendar change for this school will not impact graduation from the city's four public high schools, which are still set for Sunday, May 29 at the Sioux Falls Arena.


  • 11:00 AM: Roosevelt
  • 1:45 PM: Washington
  • 4:30 PM: Lincoln
  • 7:15 PM: Jefferson

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