2022-23 Calendar Development

Calendar development for the 2022-23 school year is underway!

Each year, the Joint Albemarle County/Charlottesville City Schools Calendar Committee works to produce a school calendar that supports our goals to engage students, improve opportunities and achievement, and get the most productivity out of our resources. The committee is composed of teachers, parents/guardians, and school and central office administrators.

2022-23 Draft Calendar

Community Feedback

The Calendar Committee invited employees, students, families, and community members to review the 2022-23 School Year Calendar - Draft 1 and provide feedback through an online survey open November 15-21, 2021. The committee received a total of 1,738 survey responses, including 522 responses from employees and 1,216 responses from students, parents/guardians, and community members. Greater than 60% of survey respondents indicated support or strong support for the draft calendar. Click below to view the survey results and analysis:

Draft Calendar Survey Results: Word | PDF

Next Steps

The Calendar Committee considered survey feedback, including supportive comments, concerns, suggestions, and questions, and decided to move forward with presenting the 2022-23 School Year Calendar - Draft 1 to the school board for review. The school board will vote on the calendar at their meeting on January 13, 2022.

Calendar Development Timeline

The following dates are subject to change.

  • November 8, 2021
    First committee meeting to draft calendar
  • November 15, 2021
    Post draft calendar and open community survey for feedback
  • November 21, 2021
    Close community survey
  • November 22, 2021
    Second committee meeting to review feedback and make revisions
  • December 2, 2021
    Present draft calendar to school board for review
  • January 13, 2022
    Present draft calendar to school board for approval

Please note that the approved calendar is subject to change in response to guidance or directives from local, state or federal officials in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.