JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Spring Break is less than a month away. Depending on your county, students will be out of school anywhere from three to six days for Spring Break in March or April.
Here’s the breakdown:
Duval County: March 8–12
Clay County: March 15–19 and 22 (teacher planning day)
Putnam and Flagler counties: March 15-19
St. Johns County: March 17-19
Baker, Bradford, Columbia, Nassau and Union counties: March 22-26
Camden County: March 26 (teacher in-service day), March 29 – April 2
Brantley, Charlton, Glynn and Pierce counties: April 5-9
Ware County: April 2, April 5-9
If you can’t take the entire week off from work, there are some fun camps and activities to keep your kids entertained.
Alison Peters-Carlson with Jax4Kids.com said her team is noticing more camps offering single-day options.
With parents working from home and Spring Break dates altered due to the pandemic, the flexibility of single-day camps is coming into play more and full days and extended care are not necessarily the norm, Peters-Carlson said.
For highlights of camps available this year, watch the interview at the top of this page. For a full breakdown of available camps, click here.