At the Glynn County School Board of Education work session tomorrow the administration will present proposed new draft versions of the 2018-19 and 2019-20 school year calendars. If enacted, school would start two days earlier and even out the instructional days between the first and second semesters. Instructional days for the current school year are split 85 days for the first semester and 95 days for the second. The new calendar would provide 88 instructional days in the first semester and 92 days in the second. The new schedule would also provide more opportunities for make up days for inclement weather.