This calendar of events represents typical school and legal holidays but is not the official calendar for North Ridge Elementary School in the Moreno Valley Unified School District.

Please do not rely on this calendar for official school holidays, schedules or closures. Contact the school at 951-571-4630 or on their official website for further information.
September 1, 2015
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
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Titanic Found
02
Japan Surrenders to the Allies
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American Flag Flies for the 1st Time
04
Kelly Clarkson Wins 1st American Idol
Manhattan was discovered
05
Terrorists take Israeli hostages at the Olympics
Mother Teresa Died
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07
Labor Day
National Grandparents Day
08
Hurricane in Galveston TX
Gerald Ford pardons President Nixon. 1974
09
California Admission Day
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11
Forever to be known as simply 911
Patriot Day
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Neptune Discovered
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First Supreme Court
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Kennedy Nixon Debate
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Poland Surrenders
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Saturday, September 5, 2015
 
Terrorists take Israeli hostages at the Olympics
In the early morning hours of September 5, six members of the Arab terrorist group known as Black September dressed in the Olympic sweat suits of Arab nations and jumped the fence surrounding the Olympic village in Munich, Germany, carrying bags filled with guns. Although guards spotted them, they paid little attention because athletes often jumped the fence during the competition to return to their living quarters. 
 
Mother Teresa Died
September 5, 1997 - Mother Teresa died in Calcutta at age 87, after a life of good works spent aiding the sick and poor in India through her Missionaries of Charity order.  
Monday, September 7, 2015
 
Labor Day
Dedicated in honor of the worker, it is also appropriately called the "workingman's holiday". The holiday is dedicated to you in respect and appreciation for the work you do. 
 
National Grandparents Day
Many families in the United States observe National Grandparents Day on the first Sunday of September after Labor Day. This day honors grandparents.  
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
 
Hurricane in Galveston TX
September 8, 1900 A hurricane with winds of 120 mph struck Galveston, Texas, killing over 8,000 persons, making it the worst natural disaster in U.S. history. The hurricane and tidal wave that followed destroyed over 2,500 buildings.  
 
Gerald Ford pardons President Nixon. 1974
Gerald Ford pardons President Nixon. 1974. A month after resigning the presidency in disgrace as a result of the Watergate scandal, Richard Nixon was granted a full pardon by President Gerald R. Ford for all offenses committed while in office.  
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
 
California Admission Day
September 9 is California Admission Day in the United States. It celebrates the time when California became the 31st state in 1850.  
Friday, September 11, 2015
 
Forever to be known as simply 911
The worst terrorist attack in U.S. history occurred as four large passenger jets were hijacked then crashed, killing nearly 3,000 persons. Four separate teams of Mideast terrorists, operating from inside the U.S., boarded the morning flights posing as passengers, then forcibly commandeered the aircraft. Two fully-fueled jumbo jets, American Airlines Flight 11 carrying 92 people and United Airlines Flight 175 carrying 65 people, had departed Boston for Los Angeles. Both jets were diverted by the hijackers to New York City where they were piloted into the twin towers of the World Trade Center. The impact and subsequent fire caused both 110-story towers to collapse, killing 2,752 persons including hundreds of rescue workers and people employed in the towers. In addition, United Airlines Flight 93, which had departed Newark for San Francisco, and American Airlines Flight 77, which had departed Dulles (Virginia) for Los Angeles, were hijacked. Flight 77 with 64 people on board was diverted to Washington, D.C., then piloted into the Pentagon building, killing everyone on board and 125 military personnel inside the building. Flight 93 with 44 people on board was also diverted toward Washington but crashed into a field in Pennsylvania after passengers attempted to overpower the terrorists on board.  
 
Patriot Day
Patriot Day is an annual observance on September 11 to remember those who were injured or died during the terrorist attacks in the United States on September 11, 2001. Many Americans refer Patriot Day as 9/11 or September 11.