Wauwatosa Schools Might Start Right After Labor Day
The Wauwatosa School Board is considering the proposed 2013-14 school calendar that has 180 days of teaching.
Wauwatosa Schools might have classes being September 3, the day after Labor Day.
The Wauwatosa School District is reviewing the proposed 2013-14 school calendar
State law does not allow school districts to begin school before Labor Day.
Labor Day weekend is a popular weekend for tourism. There was 32.1 million travelers during the 2011 Labor Day holiday period, according to AAA.
Wauwatosa Superintendent Phil Ertl expressed frustration at the state law, according to a Wauwatosa Now report.
The district has planned 180 days of teaching. An additional 12 days would be used for snow make-up days and teacher in-service days.
The board will review the report at their Monday meeting.