Independence Day – July 4
Eid-al-Adha – Friday – July 31st
1st Professional Duty Day for Teachers – Monday the 17th
1st Day of Online Learning for Students – Monday the 31st
Labor Day (Schools & Offices Closed – Monday the 7th
Rosh Hashanah – Saturday the 19th
Yom Kipper Monday the 28th
Native American Day – Monday the 12th
Election Day – Tuesday the 3rd
Thanksgiving Break – Wednesday the 25th – Thursday the 26th – Friday the 27th
Christmas Break – Thursday the 24th – Friday the 25th – Monday the 28th – Tuesday the 29th – Wednesday the 30th – Thursday the 31st
New Years – Friday the 1st
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day – Monday the 18th
Presidents Day – Monday the 15th
Spring Break – Monday the 29th – Tuesday the 30th – Wednesday the 31st
Spring Break – Thursday the 1st – Friday the 2nd – Monday the 5th
Ramadan – Tuesday the 11th
Eid-al-Fitr – Thursday the 13th
Memorial Day – Monday the 31st
Last Day for Students – Monday the 21st
The Poor People’s Campaign:
A National Call for Moral Revival is uniting tens of thousands of people across the country to challenge the evils of systematic racism, poverty, the war economy, ecological devastation and the nations disturbed morality.
We declare that if silence was betrayal in 1968, revival is necessary today.
We come to remind our nation what truths we hold to be self-evident and what values we hold dear.
We draw on the histories of resistance that echo their truth down through the centuries and the power of the blood that has been shed through generations of struggle.
We loudly proclaim that we will move forward together, not one step back!
To Learn More About The Poor People’s Campaign and the Significance Of It Especially at This Time, Please Click On The Link Below.