Lynchburg City SchoolsLynchburg City School officials, on Tuesday, reviewed an early draft of the 2015-2016 academic calendar. If the measures are passed as laid out then classes would start one week earlier in August and end one week later in June. Administrators say, it would shorten summer, and reduce the summer learning loss, while still giving students time off for summer activities, students and staff would have more breaks in the year. LCS has planned public input sessions throughout the month of February; open to parents, guardians, and staff before a final version is submitted to the Board for a vote next month.