Middletown HS North celebrates its diversity.
Do YOU have a story that explains a special day in the calendar of your faith or cultural heritage?
Please send the information via e-mail at least one week ahead of time and we will make every effort to post that information on the calendar page. (September through June only please!) We consider this space an educational opportunity - a chance to promote tolerance and understanding by become informed about what others believe. This space will not be used as a "soapbox" from which to "preach" merits of one particular faith over another; neither do we consider that forcing anyone to suppress the joyous, proud, and peaceful observance of his or her faith or culture to be consistent with our understanding of the constitutional definition of religious freedom. We believe that understanding and empathy are the first steps toward tolerance and harmony. Please note: stories, links or comments of an intolerant, defaming or derogatory nature will not be posted.-----------------------------------Links that appear below have been set up to provide helpful and/or fun information; however, when you click on any of these links you will be leaving the Middletown Township Public Schools web site. The Middletown Township Public School District does not assume responsibility for content material posted on links beyond our site. Opinions expressed on those websites are those of the host site and do not reflect any official position on the part of The Middletown Township Public School District.
Click on any of the links below to learn fun and interesting facts about just a few of the holidays and special days posted on the website holidayinsights.com
- Aviation History Month
- Child Safety Protection Month
- National Adoption Awareness Month
- National Caregivers Appreciation Month
- National Diabetes Awareness Month
- National Epilepsy Month
- National Novel Writing Month
- Native American Heritage Month
7 U.S. General Election Day - first Tuesday of the month after first Monday of month
10 USMC Day
14 Young Readers Day second Tuesday of month
16 Button Day
16 Great American Smokeout - third Thursday in November
23 Thanksgiving - Eat, drink, and be thankful.
24 Black Friday - Friday after Thanksgiving
(Holidays posted in order of date celebrated)
Native American Heritage Day in United States
Friday, November 24thThursday, November 23rdGuadalupe Day (Mexico) -December 12thbegins at sunset Tuesday, December 12th and ends Wednesday, December 20 (25 Kislev - 2 Tevet)Winter SolsticeThursday, December 21, 2017 at 11:28 am EST(Eastern Standard Time)Thursday, December 21, 2017 at 16:28 am UTC(Universal Coordinated Time)
Christmas - December 25thChristmas TraditionsBrief History of SantaStory of Christmasfrom the book of LukeKwanzaacelebrated from December 26th to January 1st
Kwanzaa is based on the Nguzo Saba (seven guiding principles), one for each day of the observance.
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