Table 4. Minnesota schools with year-round calendars interviewed January 1999. 1 When Instituted/New School or Conversion School Grade Level/# of Calendar/ # of from Traditional Intersession Location Students Instructional Days Calendar Programming Offered Added Time Bravo! Middle School 7-8/240 modified 25-5/173 1991/new No Bloomington Four Seasons A+ School K-6/350 45-15/174 1997/new Yes St. Paul Inter-district Arts & Science Middle 6-7/60 45-15/176 1998/new Yes School St. Paul Longfellow Elementary School K-5/247 45-15/178 1995/conversion Yes Voluntary extended day Rochester (before and after school) Minnesota Center 5-8/162 45-15/183 1996/conversion Yes Voluntary extended day Cambridge (after school two days/week) New Country Charter School 7-12/140 25-5/176 1993/new No Personalized continuous LeSueur year Rutherford Elementary School2 K-6/1503 45-15/178 1998/new Yes 8 hour school day Stillwater School of Extended Learning4 K-6/320 45-15/173 1995/conversion Yes 9½ hour school day Minneapolis Skills for Tomorrow Charter School 7-12/120 25-5, 30-10/193 1994/new No Longer school year St. Paul Tri-District School K-6/425 45-15/176 1996/new Yes Maplewood Valley Crossing Community Elementary K-6/3005 60-15/175 1996/new Yes School Woodbury Notes: 1 This table does not contain all year-round schools currently in existence in Minnesota but includes all those listed in the NAYRE Twenty- Fourth Reference Directory of Year-Round Education Programs for the 1997-98 School Year which met the criteria outlined in this report. 2 School-within-a-school (traditional calendar and year-round calendar students are not separated, however). 3 This number represents those students (of the 640 total in the school) who are on a year-round calendar. 4 School-within-a-school. 5 This number represents those students (of the 900 total in the school) who are on a year-round calendar.
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