any day on which school is conducted.
the daily hours during which school is conducted: The school day here is from nine to three.
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How to use school day in a sentence
In a majority of districts, students are spending some or all of their school days online.Kids are shooting hoops with rolled up socks, but pandemic physical education is not canceled | Kelly Field | February 12, 2021 | Washington Post
In Northern Virginia, the outages wreaked havoc in online classrooms, bringing the virtual school day to a standstill.Big Internet outages hit the East Coast, causing issues for Verizon, Zoom, Slack, Gmail | Rachel Lerman | January 26, 2021 | Washington Post
My wife and I watched them during breaks in our oldest son’s virtual school day.Tallying up a year of loss: A lot of pounds, too many loved ones, countless connections | Jerry Brewer | December 27, 2020 | Washington Post
Because it’ll be done over chat, and the school day will end just as her workday starts, she hopes she can make it work.The economy could lose a generation of working mothers | Bryce Covert | October 30, 2020 | Vox
San Francisco, Los Angeles and even San Marcos have already done this, helping thousands of school-aged children in their regions to have supervision while they go about their school days online.There’s More Local Government Can Do to Help Struggling Families | Chris Cate and Alessandra Lezama | October 9, 2020 | Voice of San Diego
The Xnet wasn't much fun in the middle of the school-day, when all the people who used it were in school.Little Brother | Cory Doctorow
Life during the rodeo was a combined circus and school-day vacation when off duty with the herd.The Long Dim Trail | Forrestine C. Hooker
It was kind of you to write it, though it was your school-day.Charlotte Bront | T. Wemyss Reid
It is yet no more geometrical than our school-day problem of the basket and the hundred eggs in Francis Walkinghame.
A school-day at Charter-House began at eight, with what we called "first school."