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This calendar of events represents typical school and legal holidays but is not the official calendar for August Schilling Elementary School in the Newark Unified School District.

Please do not rely on this calendar for official school holidays, schedules or closures. Contact the school at 510-794-2048 or on their official website for further information.

November 1, 2014
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Dia De Los Muertos
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Daylight Saving Time Ends
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Veteran's Day
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Thanksgiving
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Saturday, November 1, 2014
All Day
Dia De Los Muertos
Dia De Los Muertos as an opportunity to celebrate the death and the life of loved ones and friends you knew in this world. 
Sunday, November 2, 2014
 
Daylight Saving Time Ends
Daylight Saving Time Ends 
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
 
Veteran's Day
Veterans's Day honors all members of the Armed Forces who who served this country valiantly, and in a very big way.  
Thursday, November 27, 2014
 
Thanksgiving
It's a time for us to give thanks for our lives, families and our world. 
Thursday, December 25, 2014
 
Christmas Day
We've been good this year and we know you have been too! So, we hope Santa's bag is stuffed full of goodies for all of us.  
Thursday, January 1, 2015
 
New Year's Day
We see out the old year and ring in the new.  
Monday, January 19, 2015
 
Martin Luther King's Birthday (observed)
Born on January 15, 1929, Martin Luther King Jr. grew to become one of the greatest Social Activists the world has ever known. 
Sunday, February 1, 2015
 
First session of the U.S. Supreme Court, 1790
In the Royal Exchange Building on New York City's Broad Street, the Supreme Court of the United States meets for the first time, with Chief Justice John Jay of New York presiding. The U.S. Supreme Court was established by Article Three of the U.S. Constitution, which took effect in March 1789. The Constitution granted the Supreme Court ultimate jurisdiction over all laws, especially those in which constitutionality was at issue. The court was also designated to rule on cases concerning treaties of the United States, foreign diplomats, admiralty practice, and maritime jurisdiction. In September 1789, the Judiciary Act was passed, implementing Article Three by providing for six justices who would serve on the court for life. The same day, President George Washington appointed John Jay to preside as chief justice, and John Rutledge of South Carolina, William Cushing of Massachusetts, John Blair of Virginia, Robert Harrison of Maryland, and James Wilson of Pennsylvania to serve as associate justices. Two days later, all six appointments were confirmed by the U.S. Senate.