i was just curious how many days a year you work in your district? our kids come 180 and the teachers have 183......is it the same everywhere? we start around august 24 and are usually out by the end of may or
june 1.

Teacher Days: 180 (except for setting up our rooms, WITHOUT PAY , of course)

Student Days: 180

We start after Labor Day and don't get out until close to the end of June.

But..... we get 4 full weeks off during the year (1 each in early November, Christmas/New Years, February, Easter time). We get no single days off at all (except for inclement weather or emergencies), only weeks. Works great for us, except that we get out so late in June.

Teachers is 180 days. Students go by hours, which gets confusing. They are around 175 days here. We start the first of August. We are scheduled to get out in mid May, but it is usually until June when we finish making up snow days.

Students - 178
Teachers - 181
Reflects that both were reduced by 2 (furlough days) last year to save $
We usually start the 3rd week in August and end after the 1st full week in June.

I work for more than 200 days each year.
I'm paid for 182 days:
175 Student days, 5 Workshop days (planned by the district), and 2 Professional Development Days (my choice, but it has to be outside of work hours).

We are scheduled for 200 teacher days and 180 student days. Teachers start the first week of August and students the next week. We get out just before Memorial day.

We start early August(teachers) and students start midaugust. We end up with two weeks extra vacation in the year though, so we like it! In fact, its almost time for Fall Break already!!! Yes! We end around the 2nd week of June. We might get some furlough days at the end of year, it's undecided right now.

Teachers start two weeks before students and stay a week after the students. We have ten PD days throughout the year and have to do five days on our own.

My school year begins a week into August and ends in the middle of June. We do not get fall or spring breaks, just two days for Thanksgiving and two days for Easter, and very few "Monday holidays" (Labor Day, MLK Day, and Memorial Day are the only ones I can think of).

180 kid days, 184 teacher days. One of our 2 days before the kids start is for classroom set-up, the other is for PD. And of course if you have a classroom, you're in at least a day or two on your own time. If you're switching classrooms, you need an extra week.