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school day

noun
1.
any day on which school is conducted.
2.
the daily hours during which school is conducted:
The school day here is from nine to three.
Origin
1580-1590
1580-90
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  • We roller skated with them clamped to our shoes, rode our bikes, walked all the way to school every school day on the sidewalks.
  • His phone had run out of juice during the school day, and so he had taken a seat near an electrical outlet.
  • The school day has taken on a familiar pattern or cycle.
  • In fact the length of the school day is one of only a handful of dependable indicators of achievement.
  • The parking lot is surrounded by a fifteen-foot wire-mesh fence and kept locked during the school day.
  • All kids said the pledge in the morning at the beginning of the school day.
  • He proposed a longer school day and more control for school principals as a way to improve pupils' performance.
  • Community service is integrated into the school day.
  • Given the rushed, full quality of the school day, it can seldom happen.
  • Additionally, this page contains the requirements concerning students with disabilities who have a shortened school day.

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