Equity and Inclusion

Posted November 22, 2018

Let’s celebrate and/or acknowledge customs, traditions and days of significance from all around the world!

If you have a suggestion or idea, please contact your child’s teacher or Mrs MurrayCako. If you are willing to come in and share ideas with us, we would love to hear from you.

Days of Significance December 2018

Dec 1 World Aids Day United Nations
Dec 2 International Day of the Abolition of Slavery United Nations
Dec 2-24 Advent Christianity
Dec 3 International Day of Persons with Disabilities United Nations
Dec 6 Saint Nicholas Day Christian
Dec 6 National Day of Remembrance of Action on Violence Against Women – flag lowered Canadian Government
Dec 8 Bodhi Day (Buddha Enlightment) Buddhism
Dec 8 Immaculate Conception of Mary Day Catholic Christian
Dec 3 – 9 Hanukkah Judaism
Dec 10 International Human Rights Day United Nations
Dec 16-25 Posadas Navidenas Hispanic Christian
Dec 18 International Migrants Day United Nations
Dec 21 Winter Solstice Yule-Wicca/Pagan, Christian
Dec 25 Christmas Christian
Dec 25 Feast of the Nativity Orthodox Christian
Dec 26 Zarathosht Diso Zoroastrian
Dec 26-Jan 1 Kwanzaa Celebration of African Culture

 

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