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Back to school in Georgia: County-by-county start dates

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Before we know it, kids across Georgia will be headed back to class.  Here's your county-by-county breakdown of back to school dates for the 2013 school year.  

8/1/2013:
DECATUR CITY SCHOOLS
PAULDING COUNTY SCHOOLS

8/2/2013
JEFFERSON CITY SCHOOLS
NEWTON COUNTY SCHOOLS

8/5/2013:
CHEROKEE COUNTY SCHOOLS
FLOYD COUNTY SCHOOLS
HENRY COUNTY SCHOOLS
LAMAR COUNTY SCHOOLS
PIKE COUNTY SCHOOLS
ROCKDALE COUNTY SCHOOLS

8/6/2013:
COWETA COUNTY SCHOOLS
GORDON COUNTY SCHOOLS
HARALSON COUNTY SCHOOLS
UNION COUNTY SCHOOLS
WHITE COUNTY SCHOOLS

8/7/2013:
ATLANTA PUBLIC SCHOOLS
BARROW COUNTY SCHOOLS
BARTOW COUNTY SCHOOLS
BREMEN CITY SCHOOLS
CARROLL COUNTY (PRE-K-KINDERGARTEN)
CARTERSVILLE CITY SCHOOLS
CLARKE COUNTY SCHOOLS
COBB COUNTY SCHOOLS
DOUGLAS COUNTY SCHOOLS
FANNIN COUNTY SCHOOLS
GWINNETT COUNTY SCHOOLS
HEARD COUNTY SCHOOLS
OCONEE COUNTY SCHOOLS
PICKENS COUNTY SCHOOLS

8/8/2013:
BANKS COUNTY SCHOOLS
CARROLL COUNTY (1ST-12TH GRADES)
CARROLLTON CITY SCHOOLS
DAWSON COUNTY SCHOOLS
FORSYTH COUNTY SCHOOLS
GILMER COUNTY SCHOOLS
MARIETTA CITY SCHOOLS
MERIWETHER COUNTY SCHOOLS
MORGAN COUNTY SCHOOLS
OGLETHORPE COUNTY SCHOOLS
PUTNAM COUNTY SCHOOLS
TOWNS COUNTY SCHOOLS
TROUP COUNTY SCHOOLS
UPSON COUNTY SCHOOLS
WHITFIELD COUNTY SCHOOLS

8/9/2013:
COMMERCE CITY SCHOOLS
JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOLS
LUMPKIN COUNTY SCHOOLS

8/9 & 8/10/2013
Georgia Sales Tax Holiday: Applicable to school supplies, as well as clothing and shoes with a price of less than $100 per item. Click here for complete details!

8/12/2013:
CLAYTON COUNTY SCHOOLS
DEKALB COUNTY SCHOOLS
FAYETTE COUNTY SCHOOLS
FULTON COUNTY SCHOOLS
GAINESVILLE CITY SCHOOLS
HALL COUNTY SCHOOLS
RABUN COUNTY SCHOOLS
SPALDING-GRIFFIN COUNTY SCHOOLS

8/14/2013:
WALTON COUNTY SCHOOLS

8/15/2013:

HABERSHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS

8/16/2013:
MADISON COUNTY SCHOOLS

8/19/2013:
BUTTS COUNTY SCHOOLS

8/21/2013:
GREENE COUNTY SCHOOLS

8/23/2013:

POLK COUNTY SCHOOLS

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