September 15th – October 15th marks the celebration of the rich history and diverse culture of Hispanic and Latin American communities. To join in on the fun, we made some posters in honor of our Hispanic and Latinx students, librarians, and teachers!
Summer has officially begun and soon we will be celebrating the birth of our nation. July 4th marks the 241st anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The event officially separated the original 13 colonies from the British crown and pushed the American Revolutionary War into full swing. […]
This holiday is most commonly called President’s Day, but the federal holiday is officially called Washington’s Birthday. The day honors all of the previous presidents of the United States. It became a federal holiday in 1879. There were four presidents born in February including George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, William Harrison […]