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Calendar creativity needed to fit in first day of school

Rosendale Elementary School students exit the buses in front of the school in Niskayuna on the first day of classes Sept. 4, 2012.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Rosendale Elementary School students exit the buses in front of the school in Niskayuna on the first day of classes Sept. 4, 2012.
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Most years, Labor Day weekend is the last true weekend of summer before the kids go back to school. This year, though, the Jewish New Year, staff development days and experimental orientations have all put a wrinkle in that familiar timeline. In the Capital Region, the first day of school will fall on one of six days. Some kids will get an extra weekend of summer after Labor Day. Some younger siblings will start school ...


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