day school

noun

Definition of day school

: an elementary or secondary school held on weekdays specifically : a private school without boarding facilities

Examples of day school in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Krug attended the Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy, a Jewish day school located in the suburb of Overland Park, followed by the Barstow School, a prep school in the city proper. Lauren Michele Jackson, The New Yorker, "The Layered Deceptions of Jessica Krug, the Black-Studies Professor Who Hid That She Is White," 12 Sep. 2020 That represents less than half the average day school cost of $22,910, according to a 2020 report by Prizmah: Center for Jewish Day Schools. Josefin Dolsten, sun-sentinel.com, "Virtual Jewish day school founded amid pandemic suspends operations due to low enrollment," 9 Sep. 2020 The Northbrook Jewish day school is operating mostly in person with a virtual option to livestream classes via Zoom. Karen Ann Cullotta, chicagotribune.com, "Some north suburban private schools with in-person classes see enrollment bump as parents ‘figure out the best option for their children'," 25 Aug. 2020 Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump will be sending their three children — the grandchildren of President Donald Trump — back to in-person classes at their Jewish day school this fall. Marcy Oster, sun-sentinel.com, "Jared Kushner says he and Ivanka Trump ‘absolutely’ will send their kids back to school," 19 Aug. 2020 Mercersburg Academy is a college preparatory boarding and day school in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania. Staff Report, NOLA.com, "Student academics and performances honored," 18 Aug. 2020 Cuomo said that the daily infection rate must remain below 3% using a 14-day average in order for schools to stay open, with all regional schools closing if the infection level rises to 9% or greater before the day school opens. Emma Specter, Vogue, "Cuomo Has Given the Okay for New York Schools to Reopen This Fall," 7 Aug. 2020 Twenty years later it would be sold again and transformed into a college preparatory day school. Mola Lenghi, CBS News, "For Sale: "Gargantuan" NYC mansion, home to Epstein horrors," 5 Aug. 2020 One significant difference between Yesod and a traditional day school is the tuition. Josefin Dolsten, sun-sentinel.com, "Rabbi, a father, creates online Jewish day school," 4 Aug. 2020

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First Known Use of day school

1718, in the meaning defined above

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16 Sep 2020

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“Day school.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/day%20school. Accessed 26 Oct. 2020.

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