• Because we live in such beautifully diverse community, we work to avoid religious date conflicts for school events, meetings and activities that offer curricular value to our families and students, such as curriculum nights, conferences, board meetings and open houses. To help facilitate that process, a calendar noting significant religious and cultural holidays is shared with school leaders for planning purposes. 

    Given that we schedule those important events to avoid curricular conflicts to the extent possible, there will sometimes be non-curricular events and activities, such as sporting events, groundbreakings, filmed community presentations, etc. that will fall on dates that have cultural or religious significance for families. 

     

      

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Calendars to Use for Reference

    JANUARY 2021

    Date(s):

    Holiday / Observance:

    Religious / Cultural Group:

    Notes:

    Jan. 1^

    Gantan-sai

    Shinto

     

    Jan. 1

    New Year's Day

    International

    No school.

    Jan. 6

    Dia de los Reyes (Three Kings Day/Epiphany)

    Mexican Christian

     

    Jan. 7

    Orthodox Christmas

    Christian Orthodox

     

    Jan. 18

    Martin Luther King Day

    United States

    No school.

    Jan. 20^

    Birthday of Guru Gobind Singh

    Sikh

     

    Jan. 20

    Bodhi Day (Rohatsu)

    Buddhist

     

    Jan. 27

    Holocaust Remembrance Day

    International

     

     

    Diversity Calendar 2020-2021

    Anti Defamation League Calendar