Posted: 6:18 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014

Schools keep starting earlier



By Jeremy P. Kelley

Staff Writer

A half-dozen local school districts are starting classes at least a week earlier than last year, continuing a multiyear trend that has the vast majority of Dayton-area public school students now in school by Aug. 20.

Trotwood-Madison was the first local district to start school this year, moving up their calendar by eight days, to start on Monday. Huber Heights and Lebanon schools also moved up a week, with most students in class today. Kettering and Centerville schools start today, having adjusted their calendars forward two years ago.

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