DETROIT (CBS DETROIT) — There may be a shorter summer for Detroit students.

Detroit Public Schools Community District board members are proposing a pre-Labor Day start date for students and staff. Superintendent Nikolai Vitti says the date change could boost student enrollment.

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The tentative start date for school would be Aug. 29.

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Students would finish school around the third week of June.

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