school term

NOUN
  1. the time during which a school holds classes
    they had to shorten the school term
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How To Use school term In A Sentence

  • -- If the appropriation were so given the University would be destroyed and the public school term lengthened a day and a half. History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912
  • Both teachers and pupils are looking forward to the new school term and all its challenges.
  • Khaile said about R3,6 million had been set aside to deal with the matter in the first quarter of the school term.
  • For two afternoons a week, for the two summer school terms, for four years, I was made to stand in the middle of a featureless paddock in the middle of this sere landscape, doing nothing except seething with a mixture of boredom and anger.
  • Well, when September 1st falls on a Monday, it's like Monday squared: new school term, new resolutions, new week, new season etc.
  • But he admitted that some pupils would have started the new school term ‘disappointed’, believing that they had underachieved.
  • A campaign has freed her family to allow her children to complete their school terms, but they are to be deported on July 26.
  • For some the term is an oxymoron, used only jokingly when referring to the number of keggers that one manages to get trashed at during a school term.
  • they had to shorten the school term
  • The suggestion appears to have gone unheeded by the travel industry, who continue to offer discount deals and free child places during school terms.
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