intersession

[in-ter-sesh-uhn]
noun
a period between two academic terms.

Origin:
1930–35; inter- + session

intercession, intersession.
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The break between the end of one session and the beginning of the next is referred to as an intersession recess.
The district has also adopted a modified all-year calendar with built in intersession courses for extension of learning.
To maintain the integrity of the program, teachers and students are present on campus during intersession or summer break.
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