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President Barack Obama greets retired Army Command Sgt. Major Bennie Adkins and family in the Oval Office before awarding him the Medal of Honor at a ceremony in the East Room of the White House, Sept. 15, 2014. President Obama also awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously to Army Specialist Four Donald Sloat.

10:00AM THE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT receive the Presidential Daily Briefing Oval Office

11:30AM THE PRESIDENT meets with Secretary of Education Duncan; THE VICE PRESIDENT also attends

The Roosevelt Room

12:30PM THE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT meet for lunch Private Dining Room

1:50PM THE PRESIDENT awards Army Command Sergeant Major Bennie G. Adkins and Army Specialist Four Donald P. Sloat, the Medal of Honor East Room

5:20PM THE PRESIDENT attends a DSCC event The Jefferson Hotel


Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler, the leader of Germany’s Nazi Party, was one of the most powerful and notorious dictators of the 20th century. Hitler capitalized on economic woes, popular discontent and political infighting to take absolute power in Germany beginning in 1933. Germany’s invasion of Poland in 1939 led to the outbreak of World War II, and by 1941 Nazi forces had occupied much of Europe. Hitler’s virulent anti-Semitism and obsessive pursuit of Aryan supremacy fueled the murder of some 6 million Jews, along with other victims of the Holocaust. After the tide of war turned against him, Hitler committed suicide in a Berlin bunker in April 1945.


2019 Holidays and Calendar of Events - 2019 Holidays by Day, Week and Month

January 2019 Holidays and Events - Calendar View
You will find integrated teaching units associated with the following January 2019 holidays and events.

The 100th Day of School (This day floats depending on individual school calendars.)

  • January 01 Betsy Ross 1752
  • January 01 New Year's Day
  • January 01 Paul Revere 1735
  • January 01 Rose Bowl Game
  • January 02 Georgia Statehood 1788
  • January 02 National Motivation and Inspiration Day
  • January 02 National Science Fiction Day
  • January 03 Alaska Statehood 1959
  • January 03 National Chocolate Covered Cherry Day
  • January 04 Isaac Newton
  • January 04 Jacob Grimm 1785
  • January 04 Tom Thumb 1838
  • January 04 Trivia Day
  • January 04 Utah Statehood 1896
  • January 04 World Braille Day
  • January 05 National Bird Day
  • January 06 Epiphany or Three Kings Day
  • January 06 New Mexico Statehood 1912
  • January 06 Phases of the Moon - New Moon
  • January 07 Millard Fillmore 1800
  • January 07 Orthodox Christmas
  • January 07 Thank God it's Monday Day
  • January 08 Elvis 1935
  • January 08 Poetry at Work Day
  • January 08 Show and Tell at Work Day
  • January 09 Connecticut Statehood 1788
  • January 09 National Static Electricity Day
  • January 09 Richard Nixon 1913
  • January 10 Bittersweet Chocolate Day
  • January 11 Grand Canyon National Monument 1908
  • January 14 Dress Up Your Pet Day
  • January 14 National Clean Off Your Desk Day
  • January 14 Phases of the Moon - First Quarter
  • January 15 Martin Luther King, Jr 1929
  • January 15 Humanitarian Day
  • January 16 Religious Freedom Day
  • January 17 Ben Franklin 1706
  • January 17 Kid Inventors' Day
  • January 18 Thesaurus Day
  • January 19 Edgar Allan Poe 1809
  • January 20 World Religion Day
  • January 21 National Hugging Day
  • January 21 MLK Day (Observed)
  • January 21 Phases of the Moon - Full Moon
  • January 21 Thomas Stonewall Jackson 1824
  • January 22 Celebration of Life Day (Pro-Life Day)
  • January 22 Roe vs. Wade Day
  • January 23 John Hancock 1737
  • January 23 Measure Your Feet Day
  • January 23 National Handwriting Day
  • January 24 Belly Laugh Day
  • January 24 Women's Healthy Weight Day
  • January 25 Fun at Work Day
  • January 25 Opposite Day
  • January 26 Michigan Statehood 1837
  • January 27 Mozart born 1756
  • January 27 National Chocolate Cake Day
  • January 27 Phases of the Moon - Last Quarter
  • January 27 Thomas Crapper Day
  • January 28 Data Privacy Day
  • January 29 Kansas Statehood 1861
  • January 29 National Puzzle Day
  • January 29 William McKinley 1843
  • January 30 Franklin Roosevelt 1882
  • January 31 Backwards Day
  • January 31 Inspire Your Heart with Art Day

February 2019 Holidays and Events - Calendar View
Teaching ideas associated with the following holidays and events appear on the February 2019 calendar:

The One Hundredth Day of School (This day floats depending on individual school calendars.)

  • February 01 Bubble Gum Day
  • February 01 Change Your Password Day
  • February 01 Give Kids a Smile Day
  • February 01 National Freedom Day 1865
  • February 01 Wear Red Day
  • February 02 Candlemas
  • February 02 Groundhog Day
  • February 03 Super Bowl
  • February 04 Charles Linbergh 1902
  • February 04 Phases of the Moon - New Moon
  • February 04 Rosa Parks 1913
  • February 04 Thank a Mailman Day
  • February 04 World Cancer Day
  • February 05 Chinese New Year
  • February 05 Hank Aaron 1934
  • February 05 Nat&rsquol Chocolate Fondue Day
  • February 05 Weatherperson's Day
  • February 06 Babe Ruth 1895
  • February 06 Massachusetts Statehood 1788
  • February 06 Ronald Reagan 1911
  • February 07 Charles Dickens 1812
  • February 07 Send a Card to a Friend Day
  • February 08 Boy Scouts Anniversary Day
  • February 09 Hershey Chocolate founded
  • February 09 William H
  • February 11 Clean Out Your Computer Day
  • February 11 National Inventors Day
  • February 11 Thomas Edison 1847
  • February 11 White T-Shirt Day
  • February 12 Abraham Lincoln 1809
  • February 12 Paul Bunyan Day 1834
  • February 12 Phases of the Moon - First Quarter
  • February 13 Get a Different Name Day
  • February 13 Library Lovers Day
  • February 14 Arizona Statehood 1912
  • February 14 Lent Begins
  • February 14 National Have a Heart Day
  • February 14 National Organ Donor Day
  • February 14 Oregon Statehood 1859
  • February 14 Valentine's Day
  • February 15 Galileo Day
  • February 15 Susan B. Anthony Day
  • February 16 Do a Grouch a Favor Day
  • February 17 My Way Day
  • February 17 National PTA Founders Day 1897
  • February 17 Random Acts of Kindness Day
  • February 18 Family Day (Canada)
  • February 18 Pluto Day
  • February 18 Presidents Day
  • February 19 Chocolate Mint Day
  • February 19 Phases of the Moon - Full Moon
  • February 20 Love Your Pet Day
  • February 22 Be Humble Day
  • February 22 George Washington 1732
  • February 22 World Thinking Day
  • February 24 Oscar Night
  • February 25 Nat&rsquol Chocolate Covered Nuts Day
  • February 26 For Pete's Sake Day
  • February 26 Phases of the Moon - Last Quarter
  • February 26 Tell a Fairy Tale Day
  • February 27 Henry Longfellow 1807
  • February 28 Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day
  • February 28 Nat&rsquol Chocolate Souffle Day
  • February 28 National Tooth Fairy Day
  • February 28 Smokey the Bear 1807

March 2019 Holidays and Events - Calendar View
Educational teaching resources are available for several multicultural units. Some of the holidays and events associated with the March 2019 calendar are:

  • Statehood Anniversaries for Ohio, Nebraska, Florida, Vermont and Maine
  • President Birthdays - President Andrew Jackson, President James Madison, President Grover Cleveland and President John Tyler.
  • and other national and international March 2019 holidays or events of interest. The March 2019 holidays and events calendar includes weekly observances as well as monthly observances of multicultural events and awareness days like Irish-American Heritage Month.
    • March 01 Employee Appreciation Day
    • March 01 NEA's Read Across America Day
    • March 01 Nebraska Statehood 1867
    • March 01 Ohio Statehood 1803
    • March 01 Peace Corps Day
    • March 01 World Compliment Day
    • March 02 Theodor Geisel 1904
    • March 03 Florida Statehood 1845
    • March 03 Namesake Day
    • March 03 National Anthem Day
    • March 04 Fun Facts About Names Day
    • March 04 National Grammar Day
    • March 04 Vermont Statehood 1791
    • March 05 Fat Tuesday
    • March 05 Mardi Gras
    • March 05 Pancake Day
    • March 05 Shrove Tuesday
    • March 05 Unique Names Day
    • March 06 Ash Wednesday
    • March 06 Corndog Day
    • March 06 Phases of the Moon - New Moon
    • March 07 National Be Heard Day
    • March 07 World Book Day
    • March 08 International Women's Day
    • March 09 Barbie Day
    • March 09 Get Over it Day March 10 Daylight Savings Time Begins
    • March 10 Girl Scout Sunday
    • March 10 Harriet Tubman Day
    • March 11 Johnny Appleseed Day
    • March 12 Girl Scouts Birthday
    • March 13 Uranus Discovered in 1781
    • March 14 Albert Einstein 1879
    • March 14 International Ask a Question Day
    • March 14 Phases of the Moon First Quarter
    • March 14 Pi Day (as in the math pie = 3.14159265)
    • March 15 Andrew Jackson 1767
    • March 15 Ides of March
    • March 15 Maine Statehood 1820
    • March 16 Freedom of Information Day
    • March 16 James Madison 1751
    • March 16 National Quilting Day
    • March 17 St. Patrick's Day
    • March 18 Grover Cleveland 1837
    • March 19 National Chocolate Caramel Day
    • March 20 First Day of Spring
    • March 20 Proposal Day
    • March 20 Purim (at sundown)
    • March 20 Won't You Be My Neighbor
    • March 21 National Common Courtesy Day
    • March 21 Phases of the Moon - Full Moon
    • March 21 World Down Syndrome Day
    • March 22 As Young As You Feel Day
    • March 23 National Puppy Day
    • March 23 Near Miss Day
    • March 24 National Chocolate Covered Raisins Day
    • March 25 Tolkien Reading Day
    • March 26 Legal Assistants Day
    • March 26 Phases of the Moon - Last Quarter
    • March 27 Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day
    • March 29 John Tyler 1791
    • March 29 Texas Loves the Children Day
    • March 30 Brother and Sister Day
    • March 30 Doctors Day
    • March 30 Earth Hour
    • March 30 Pencil Day
    • March 31 Bunsen Burner Day
    • March 31 César Chávez Day
    • March 31 Mothering Sunday (UK)

    April 2019 Holidays and Events Calendar - Calendar View
    Educational teaching resources are available for several multicultural units. Some of the holidays and events associated with the April 2019 calendar are:

    and other national and international April 2019 holidays or events of interest. The April 2019 holidays and events calendar includes weekly observances as well as monthly observances of multicultural events and awareness days.

    • April 01 April Fools Day
    • April 01 Reading is Funny Day
    • April 01 US Air Force Academy Day
    • April 02 International Children's Book Day
    • April 02 World Autism Awareness Day
    • April 03 National Chocolate Mousse Day
    • April 03 National Find a Rainbow Day
    • April 03 Washington Irving 1783
    • April 04 Maya Angelou 1928
    • April 04 NATO Established 1949
    • April 04 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr assassination 1968
    • April 04 Walk Around Things Day
    • April 05 Booker T. Washington 1856
    • April 05 Phases of the Moon - New Moon
    • April 05 National Deep Dish Pizza Day
    • April 06 Army Day
    • April 06 National Love Our Children Day
    • April 06 Sorry Charlie Day
    • April 06 Tartan Day 1320
    • April 07 Metric System Day 1795
    • April 07 No Housework Day
    • April 07 World Health Day
    • April 09 Name Yourself Day
    • April 09 National Library Day
    • April 10 National Farm Animals Day
    • April 10 National Sibling Day
    • April 10 Safety Pin Day 1849
    • April 11 National Pet Day
    • April 12 Beverly Cleary Day 1916
    • April 12 Day of Silence
    • April 12 D.E.A.R. Drop Everything and Read Day
    • April 12 International Day of Human Space Flight
    • April 12 National Teach Your Children To Save Day
    • April 12 Phases of the Moon - First Quarter
    • April 12 Walk on Your Wild Side Day
    • April 13 Thomas Jefferson 1743
    • April 14 International Moment of Laughter Day April 14 Palm Sunday April 15 Income Tax Pay Day
    • April 15 Jackie Robinson Day
    • April 15 Leonardo DaVinci 1452
    • April 15 Take a Wild Guess Day
    • April 16 National Stress Awareness Day
    • April 16 National Wear Your Pajamas to Work Day
    • April 17 National Haiku Poetry Day
    • April 18 HIgh Five Day
    • April 18 International Amateur Radio Day
    • April 18 Poem in Your Pocket Day April 19 Good Friday
    • April 19 National Hanging Out Day
    • April 19 Passover
    • April 19 Phases of the Moon - Full Moon
    • April 20 Chinese Language Day
    • April 20 Husband Appreciation Day
    • April 21 Easter Fun
    • April 21 Easter (Religious)
    • April 21 Kindergarten Day
    • April 21 National Chocolate Covered Cashews Day
    • April 22 Earth Day April 22 Easter Monday
    • April 22 "In God We Trust Day" (coins)
    • April 23 James Buchanan 1791
    • April 23 Talk Like Shakespeare Day
    • April 23 William Shakespeare 1564
    • April 24 Library of Congress Day
    • April 24 Secretary's Day/ Administrative Assistant Day
    • April 25 Red Hat Society Day 1998
    • April 25 Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day
    • April 25 World Penguin Day
    • April 26 Arbor Day
    • April 26 National Kids and Pets Day
    • April 26 Phases of the Moon - Last Quarter
    • April 26 Richter Scale Day
    • April 27 Samuel Morse 1791 (Morse Code Day)
    • April 27 Sense of Smell Day
    • April 27 Ulysses Grant 1822
    • April 28 James Monroe 1758
    • April 28 Maryland Statehood 1788
    • April 29 International Dance Day
    • April 30 Louisiana Statehood 1812
    • April 30 National Honesty Day
    • April 30 Spank Out Day

    May 2019 Holidays and Events Calendar - Calendar View
    Educational teaching resources are available for several multicultural units. Some of the holidays and events associated with the May 2019 calendar are:

    • May 01 Batman Day
    • May 01 May Day
    • May 01 Mother Goose Day
    • May 01 New Homeowner's Day
    • May 01 School Principal's Day
    • May 02 Brothers and Sisters Day
    • May 02 National Day of Prayer
    • May 03 Lumpy Rug Day
    • May 03 National Two Different Colored Shoes Day
    • May 03 No Pants Day
    • May 03 Space Day
    • May 04 Bird Day
    • May 04 Free Comic Book Day
    • May 04 Join Hands Day
    • May 04 National Scrapbooking Day
    • May 04 Phases of the Moon - New Moon
    • May 04 Star Wars Day
    • May 05 cinco de mayo
    • May 05 Ramadan
    • May 06 No Diet Day
    • May 06 No Homework Day
    • May 06 Nurses Day or National RN Recognition Day
    • May 06 World Laughter Day
    • May 07 National Teacher Appreciation Day
    • May 08 Harry Truman 1884
    • May 08 National School Nurse Day
    • May 08 No Socks Day
    • May 08 Receptionist's Day
    • May 08 VE Day
    • May 10 Child Care Provider Day
    • May 10 World Lupus Day
    • May 11 Birthmother's Day
    • May 11 Eat What You Want Day
    • May 11 International Bird Day
    • May 11 Letter Carriers' Food Drive Day
    • May 11 Minnesota Statehood 1858
    • May 11 National Babysitters Day
    • May 12 Limerick Day
    • May 12 Mother's Day
    • May 12 Phases of the Moon - First Quarter
    • May 13 Frog Jumping Day
    • May 14 National Chicken Dance Day
    • May 15 International Day of Families
    • May 15 National Chocolate Chip Day
    • May 16 Biographer's Day
    • May 17 National Bike to Work Day
    • May 18 International Museum Day
    • May 18 Phases of the Moon - Full Moon
    • May 18 Visit Your Relatives Day
    • May 19 Armed Forces Day
    • May 19 Boys Club Day
    • May 19 Stepmother's Day
    • May 20 Victoria Day (CA)
    • May 20 Weights and Measures Day
    • May 21 National Wait Staff Day
    • May 23 So. Carolina Statehood 1788
    • May 23 World Turtle Day
    • May 24 International Tiara Day
    • May 25 National Tap Dance Day
    • May 26 Phases of the Moon - Last Quarter
    • May 27 Cellophane Tape Day
    • May 27 Memorial Day
    • May 29 John F. Kennedy 1917
    • May 29 Rhode Island Statehood 1790
    • May 29 Wisconsin Statehood 1848
    • May 30 Ascension Day
    • May 31 Milk Days
    • May 31 What You Think Upon Grows Day
    • May 31 World No Tobacco Day

    June 2019 Holidays and Events Calendar - Calendar View
    Educational teaching resources are available for several multicultural units. Some of the holidays and events associated with the June 2019 calendar are:

    • June 01 Kentucky Statehood 1792
    • June 01 Say Something Nice Day
    • June 01 Stand for Children Day
    • June 01 Tennessee Statehood 1796
    • June 02 National Cancer Survivors Day
    • June 02 National Rocky Road Ice Cream
    • June 02 Native American Citizenship Day
    • June 03 First Space Walk 1965
    • June 03 Leave the Office Early Day
    • June 03 Phases of the Moon - New Moon
    • June 04 International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression
    • June 05 Richard Scarry 1919
    • June 07 Daniel Boone Day
    • June 07 Doughnut Day or Donut Day
    • June 08 Frank Lloyd Wright 1867
    • June 08 Upsy Daisy Day
    • June 09 Donald Duck Day 1934
    • June 10 Phases of the Moon - First Quarter
    • June 11 Corn on the Cob Day
    • June 12 Anne Frank 1929
    • June 12 George H.W. Bush 1924
    • June 12 Loving Day
    • June 12 National Peanut Butter Cookie Day
    • June 13 Sewing Machine Day
    • June 14 Army's Birthday 1775
    • June 14 Flag Day
    • June 14 World Blood Donor Day
    • June 15 Arkansas Statehood 1836
    • June 15 Magna Carta Day
    • June 15 Nature Photography Day
    • June 16 Fudge Day
    • June 16 Father's Day
    • June 17 Phases of the Moon - Full Moon
    • June 19 Juneteenth
    • June 20 Recess at Work Day
    • June 20 West Virginia Statehood 1863
    • June 20 World Refugee Day
    • June 21 National Flip Flop Day
    • June 21 New Hampshire Statehood 1788
    • June 21 Summer Solstice
    • June 21 Take Your Dog to Work Day
    • June 23 Don't Let the Nouns Get You Down
    • June 23 Let it Go Day
    • June 23 America's Kids Day
    • June 24 International Fairy Day
    • June 24 Please Take My Children To Work Day
    • June 25 Eric Carle 1929
    • June 25 Phases of the Moon - Last Quarter
    • June 25 Virginia Statehood 1788
    • June 26 International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking
    • June 27 Decide To Be Married Day
    • June 27 Helen Keller 1880
    • June 27 Industrial Workers of The World Day
    • June 27 National Bomb Pop Day
    • June 28 National Insurance Awareness Day
    • June 29 Camera Day
    • June 30 NOW Day (National Organization for Women)

    July 2019 Holidays and Events Calendar - Calendar View
    Educational teaching resources are available for several multicultural units. Some of the holidays and events associated with the July 2019 calendar are:

    and other national and international July 2019 holidays or events of interest. The July 2019 holidays and events calendar includes weekly observances as well as monthly observances of multicultural events and awareness days.

    • July 01 Canada Day
    • July 01 U.S. Postage Stamp Day
    • July 01 Zip Code Day
    • July 02 Phases of the Moon - New Moon
    • July 03 Idaho Statehood 1890
    • July 03 Stay Out of the Sun Day
    • July 03 Superman Day
    • July 04 Calvin Coolidge 1872
    • July 04 Independence Day - U.S. 4th of July
    • July 06 George W. Bush 1946
    • July 06 International Kissing Day
    • July 07 Father- Daughter Take a Walk Together Day
    • July 07 Global Forgiveness Day
    • July 07 Tell the Truth Day
    • July 09 Cow Appreciation Day
    • July 09 Phases of the Moon - 1st Quarter
    • July 10 Teddy Bears' Picnic Day
    • July 10 Wyoming Statehood 1890
    • July 11 Cheer Up the Lonely Day
    • July 11 John Quincy Adams 1767
    • July 11 World Population Day
    • July 13 Gruntled Workers Day
    • July 13 International Puzzle Day (Erno Rubik 1944)
    • July 14 Bastille Day
    • July 14 Gerald Ford 1913
    • July 14 Shark Awareness Day
    • July 15 Global Hug Your Kids Day
    • July 16 Phases of the Moon - Full Moon
    • July 19 National Hot Dog Day
    • July 21 National Ice Cream Day
    • July 23 Gorgeous Grandma Day
    • July 24 Tell An Old Joke Day
    • July 25 Phases of the Moon - Last Quarter
    • July 26 New York Statehood 1788
    • July 27 National Dance Day
    • July 28 Parents' Day
    • July 30 International Day of Friendship
    • July 30 Paperback Book Day

    August 2019 Holidays and Events Calendar - Calendar View
    Educational teaching resources are available for several multicultural units. Some of the holidays and events associated with the August 2019 calendar are:

    and other national and international August 2019 holidays or events of interest. The August 2019 holidays and events calendar includes weekly observances as well as monthly observances of multicultural events and awareness days.

    Back to School (Can start anytime in August or September)

    • August 01 Colorado Statehood 1876
    • August 01 Girlfriend's Day
    • August 01 Phases of the Moon - New Moon
    • August 01 Spiderman Day
    • August 02 International Beer Day
    • August 03 Watermelon Day
    • August 04 Barack Obama 1961
    • August 04 Friendship Day
    • August 04 Sisters Day
    • August 06 Hiroshima Day
    • August 06 Root Beer Float Day
    • August 07 Phases of the Moon - First Quarter
    • August 07 Purple Heart Day
    • August 08 The Date to Create
    • August 09 Kool-Aid Day (8/9 -8/11)
    • August 10 Herbert Hoover 1874
    • August 10 Missouri Statehood 1821
    • August 10 National Garage Sale Day
    • August 12 International Youth Day
    • August 14 National Navajo Code Talkers Day
    • August 15 Phases of the Moon - Full Moon
    • August 17 Baby Boomer's Recognition Day
    • August 17 International Geocaching Day
    • August 18 Bad Poetry Day
    • August 19 Bill Clinton 1946
    • August 19 World Humanitarian Day
    • August 20 Benjamin Harrison 1833
    • August 21 Hawaii Statehood 1959
    • August 21 Senior Citizen's Day
    • August 23 Phases of the Moon - Last Quarter
    • August 24 Pluto Demoted Day 2006
    • August 26 National Dog Day
    • August 26 Women's Equality Day
    • August 27 Lyndon B. Johnson 1908
    • August 30 National Toasted Marshmallow Day
    • August 31 Bacon Day
    • August 31 Phases of the Moon - New Moon

    September 2019 Holidays and Events Calendar - Calendar View
    Educational teaching resources are available for several multicultural units. Some of the holidays and events associated with the September 2019 calendar are:

    • September 01 Father's Day (Australia and New Zealand)
    • September 01 National No Rhyme (Nor Reason) Day
    • September 02 Labor Day
    • September 04 Newspaper Carrier Day
    • September 05 Be Late For Something Day
    • September 06 National Lazy Mom's Day
    • September 06 Phases of the Moon - First Quarter
    • September 07 Google Commemoration (Founded) Day
    • September 09 Californa Statehood 1850
    • September 08 International Literacy Day
    • September 08 National Grandparents Day
    • September 09 Wonderful Weirdos Day
    • September 10 Swap Ideas Day
    • September 10 World Suicide Prevention Day
    • September 11 Patriot Day
    • September 12 Video Games Day
    • September 13 Blame Someone Else Day
    • September 13 Friday the 13th
    • September 13 Hug Your Boss Day
    • September 13 Star Spangled Banner 1814
    • September 14 Phases of the Moon - Full Moon
    • September 15 William Taft 1857
    • September 15 Hispanic Heritage Month starts
    • September 15 International Day of Democracy
    • September 17 Constitution Day | Citizenship Day
    • September 18 Air Force Birthday
    • September 18 National Respect Day
    • September 19 Talk Like A Pirate Day
    • September 21 International Day of Peace
    • September 22 Dear Diary Day
    • September 22 Phases of the Moon - Last Quarter
    • September 23 Autumn Equinox - First Day of Autumn
    • September 24 Punctuation Day
    • September 26 Johnny Appleseed Day
    • September 27 Ancestor Appreciation Day
    • September 27 Sam Adams 1722
    • September 28 Kids' Day (Kiwanis Clubs)
    • September 28 Phases of the Moon - New Moon
    • September 29 National Coffee Day
    • September 29 Rosh Hashanah (9/29-10/01)
    • September 30 Ask A Stupid Question Day

    October 2019 Holidays and Events Calendar - Calendar View
    You will find integrated teaching units associated with the following October holidays and events:

    • October 01 Jimmy Carter 1924
    • October 02 Guardian Angels Day
    • October 04 National Diversity Day
    • October 04 Rutherford Hayes 1822
    • October 04 World Animal Day
    • October 04 World Smile Day
    • October 05 Chester Arthur 1829
    • October 05 Fall Astronomy Day
    • October 05 Phases of the Moon - First Quarter
    • October 05 World Teachers Day
    • October 06 Mad Hatter Day
    • October 07 Child Health Day
    • October 07 National Stop Bullying Day
    • October 08 Yom Kippur (10/08-10/09)
    • October 09 Fire Prevention Day
    • October 09 National Bring Your Teddy Bear To Work & School Day
    • October 09 National Pro-Life Cupcake Day
    • October 10 National Metric Day
    • October 11 Eleanor Roosevelt 1884
    • October 11 National Coming Out Day
    • October 12 Freethought Day
    • October 13 Navy Birthday 1775
    • October 13 Phases of the Moon - Full Moon
    • October 14 Canadian Thanksgiving
    • October 14 Columbus Day
    • October 14 Dwight Eisenhower 1890
    • October 14 Native American Day
    • October 15 National Face Your Fears Day
    • October 15 Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity
    • October 17 Black Poetry Day
    • October 19 Evaluate Your Life Day
    • October 20 Information Overload Day
    • October 21 Phases of the Moon - Last Quarter
    • October 24 United Nations Day
    • October 25 Make A Difference Day (10/25-10/26)
    • October 26 Hillary Clinton 1947
    • October 27 Cranky Co-workers Day
    • October 27 Theodore Roosevelt 1858
    • October 28 Phases of the Moon - New Moon
    • October 30 John Adams 1735
    • October 31 Girl Scout Founder's Day
    • October 31 Halloween
    • October 31 National Knock-Knock Jokes Day
    • October 31 National Magic Day
    • October 31 Nevada Statehood 1864
    • November 01 Give Up Your Shoulds Day
    • November 01 National Authors' Day
    • November 01 National Family Literacy Day
    • November 02 All Souls Day
    • November 02 James Polk 1795
    • November 02 North Dakota Statehood 1889
    • November 02 South Dakota Statehood 1889
    • November 02 Warren Harding 1865
    • November 03 Cliché Day
    • November 03 Daylight Saving Time ends
    • November 04 Phases of the Moon - First Quarter
    • November 05 Election Day
    • November 08 International Tongue Twister Day
    • November 08 Montana Statehood 1889
    • November 08 National Parents As Teachers Day
    • November 10 Marine Corps Birthday 1775
    • November 11 Remembrance Day (UK, Canada)
    • November 11 Veterans Day (Observed)
    • November 11 Washington Statehood 1889
    • November 12 National Young Reader's Day
    • November 12 Phases of the Moon - Full Moon
    • November 13 World Kindness Day
    • November 15 America Recycles Day
    • November 16 Oklahoma Statehood 1907
    • November 17 Guinness World Record Day
    • November 18 Mickey Mouse Day 1928
    • November 19 James Garfield 1831
    • November 19 Gettysburg Address Delivered 1863 - aka Equal Opportunity Day
    • November 19 Phases of the Moon - Last Quarter
    • November 20 National Educational Support Professionals Day
    • November 20 World Day of Prayer and Action for Children
    • November 21 Great American Smokeout
    • November 21 North Carolina Statehood 1789
    • November 21 World Hello Day
    • November 22 JFK Assassinated 1963
    • November 23 Fibonacci Day
    • November 23 Franklin Pierce 1804
    • November 24 Zachary Taylor 1784
    • November 26 Phases of the Moon - New Moon
    • November 27 Tie One On Day
    • November 28 Thanksgiving
    • November 29 Black Friday
    • November 29 National Day of Listening
    • November 30 Mark Twain 1835

    December 2019 Holidays and Events Calendar - Calendar View
    Educational teaching resources are available for several multicultural units. Some of the holidays and events associated with the December 2019 calendar are:

    and other national and international December 2019 holidays or events of interest. The December 2019 holidays and events calendar includes weekly observances as well as monthly observances of multicultural events and awareness days.


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    January 2, 20147:2016:409h 20m
    January 3, 20147:2016:419h 21m
    January 4, 20147:2016:429h 22m
    January 5, 20147:2016:439h 23m
    January 6, 20147:2016:449h 24m
    January 7, 20147:2016:459h 25m
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    January 9, 20147:2016:479h 27m
    January 10, 20147:2016:489h 28m
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    The sunrise and sunset are calculated from New York. All the times in the January 2014 calendar may differ when you eg live east or west in the United States. To see the sunrise and sunset in your region select a city above this list.


    American Money

    The United States issues paper currency and coins to pay for purchases, taxes, and debts.

    Paper Money

    American paper currency come in seven denominations: $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) manufactures paper money. It also redesigns money, with new appearances and enhanced security features. BEP includes security features to prevent counterfeiting. Purchase commemorative or bulk versions of American currency through the Bureau's Money Store.

    The United States no longer issues bills in larger denominations, such as $500, $1,000, $5,000, and $10,000 bills. But they are still legal tender and may still be in circulation. All U.S. currency issued since 1861 is valid and redeemable at its full face value.

    Coins

    The United States issues several denominations, with the most common being: 1¢, 5¢, 10¢, 25¢, 50¢, and $1. The U.S. Mint manufactures and circulates coins to pay for goods and services. It also issues collectible and commemorative coins for sale. These coins honor a person, place, or event.

    Mutilated Money

    If you have paper money that is extremely damaged, you can redeem it with the BEP. Examples of damaged paper money include:

    • Bills that are less than one half of the bill
    • Bills in such a condition that you're unable to tell the denomination.

    Exchange dirty or torn bills at your local bank.

    You can redeem bent or partial coins through the Mutilated Coin Redemption Program.


    National Recovery Month is a national observance held every September to educate Americans that substance use treatment and mental health services can enable those with mental and substance use disorders to live healthy and rewarding lives. Now in its 31st year, Recovery Month celebrates the gains made by those living in recovery.

    Integration of Medication-Assisted Treatment in Treatment and Recovery Support – Thursday, September 3, 2020 at 1:30PM (ET)

    This webinar will focus on the effectiveness of medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and how integrating MAT in both treatment and recovery support settings is working to help individuals obtain and sustain recovery. This webinar will look at MAT services and the integration within clinical settings, the criminal justice system, recovery housing, and peer recovery support.

    • Michele LaTour Monroe, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
    • Kathleen Hoadland, LPC, CAADC, Specialty Grants Division, Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs
    • Cynthia Seivwright, MA, LCMHC, CQIA, Division Director, Vermont Department of Health, Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs, and Vermont's Single State Authority
    • Lauren Siembab, M.S., LADC, Connecticut Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services
    • Melisia L. Montaño, CPSW, Office of Peer Recovery and Engagement, Behavioral Health Services Division, New Mexico Human Services Department

    WEBINAR CALL IN: 1-877-917-4909
    For Participants:
    URL: https://www.mymeetings.com/nc/join/
    Conference number: PWXW1623553
    Audience passcode: 9267991

    SAMHSA Transforming Lives Through Supported Employment – Thursday, September 10, 2020 at 1:30PM (ET)

    This webinar will highlight the key role employment can play in recovery and how supported employment services are offering new gateways to empowerment and recovery for members of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe. This webinar will feature national employment data from SAMHSA’s Uniform Reporting System (URS) and a SAMHSA Transforming Lives Through Supported Employment grantee, as well as individuals living in recovery who benefit from these employment services.

    Opening Remarks:

    • Anita Everett, David Barry, and Melinda Baldwin, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
    • Daniel Vega, Cultural Director
    • Jill Fabian, Program Manager
    • Dr. Sandy Lucas, Employment Coordinator
    • Genevieve James, Recruiter/Job Developer
    • Toni Cruz, Trainer/Coach
    • Leah Stickel, Peer Support
    • Diane Rivera, Community Member

    WEBINAR CALL IN: 1-877-918-5751
    For Participants:
    URL: https://www.mymeetings.com/nc/join/
    Conference number: PWXW1623520
    Audience passcode: 2352436

    Communities Supporting Recovery – Thursday, September 17, 2020 at 1:30PM (ET)

    This webinar will focus on how communities are providing critical recovery support services for individuals living in recovery as well as those who are just starting on their path. This webinar will feature SAMHSA Building Communities of Recovery (BCOR) and Recovery Community Services Program (RCSP) grantees as well as individuals living in recovery who benefit from these support services.

    • Michele LaTour Monroe, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
    • Diego Arene-Morley, Program Director, RI Cares
    • Delma Rivera, Person in recovery, RI Cares Client
    • Javier Soto, Recovery Support Services Manager, Communities for Recovery
    • Channelle Mahome, Peer Recovery Coach, Communities for Recovery Client

    WEBINAR CALL IN: 1-877-601-4714
    For Participants:
    URL: https://www.mymeetings.com/nc/join/
    Conference number: PWXW1623545
    Audience passcode: 7062311

    The Importance of Integrating Recovery Support Services: The Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic Model – Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 1:30PM (ET)

    This webinar will highlight Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC) as an effective model for increasing access to and delivery of integrated, person-centered mental health, primary care, and substance abuse recovery services, including medication-assisted treatment (MAT). This webinar will feature Community Health Resources’ (CHR), a CCBHC-Expansion grantee, and a person in recovery who has participated in, benefited from, and who currently provides recovery support services in the CCBHC-Expansion program.

    Opening Remarks:

    • Anita Everett, David Barry, and Melinda Baldwin, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
    • Courtney Sheehan, Project Director, Community Health Resources Grant
    • TBD, Clinician
    • TBD, Recovery Coach or Person in Recovery

    WEBINAR CALL IN: 1-800-369-1971
    For Participants:
    URL: https://www.mymeetings.com/nc/join/
    Conference number: PWXW1623549
    Audience passcode: 9181581

    Webex Required Download:

    To use Webex for your operator-assisted conferences, presenters and participants alike must have the Webex Event Manager installed prior to joining. To download the Event Manager, see the instructions on the Webex Downloads page.


    Nonprofit Community Recovery grants assist organizations that provide gathering places and services to veterans and their families throughout the state. OLYMPIA, Wash. –The Washington State Department of Commerce and Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA) have awarded $2.2 million in Nonprofit Community Recovery Grants to assist nonprofit Veteran Service Organizations (VSOs) as they continue supporting veterans during the pandemic. VSOs provide vital services in communities throughout the state for


    Love and Compatibility for September 14 Zodiac

    Lovers born on September 14 are loyal and affectionate. They may not be those partners with whom you party and go on crazy adventures but they sure are those with whom you want to settle. They see a relationship as the union between two souls and are 100% committed once they take settle. They are attracted to intelligent and trustworthy persons whom can offer the same degree of reliability as them. You can conquer the heart of Virgo by being an honest and supportive partner.

    They&rsquore as confident in love as they are with all the other aspects of their life. Attractive and charming it is very difficult for someone to win their heart if they don&rsquot show the slightest interest. They don&rsquot settle for less than what they consider it&rsquos best for them. And they are a pretentious lover. Freedom lover, they have an immense love for change and adventure and they will experience many love relationships in their life, that they will consider important. If they settle for one person, they will probably be hard to understand and they will still be governed by selfishness. They are most compatible with those born on 1st, 2nd, 8th, 10th, 11th, 19th, 20th, 28th and 29th.

    September 14 Zodiac people are very attracted to the other earth signs: Taurus and Capricorn as they tend to share the same vision of life. In life, Virgo is constantly seeking for a project lover they can support and help develop and the most suitable to give them this occasion this is the native from Pisces. Virgo is thought to be least compatible with Leo. As for the rest of compatibilities between the other star signs and Virgo, you know what they say, stars predispose but people dispose.


    How to use ha in a sentence

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    I lay there and thrashed about and all I could hear was my father and ‘ ha , ha , ha ’.

    From just outside the main door a distinct “ ha - ha - ha ” echoed up and down the concourse.

    Lonard thinks ha - ha - ha and tells Bantam t ha t the rights ha ve reverted to him, which they ha ve.

    I was really surprised because Head-On ha ​d already been brought to the screen six years ago.

    The old postman says it was insufficiently addressed, or it 'ud ha ' been here by first post.

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    This is not the first time in history when the lack of a ha 'porth of tar ha s spoilt the ship of State.

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    Plants nurture a whole world of creatures in the soil, that in return feed and protect the plants. This diverse community of living organisms keeps the soil healthy and fertile. This vast world constitutes soil biodiversity and determines the main biogeochemical processes that make life possible on Earth.

    This year, by addressing the increasing challenges of soil management, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) campaign "Keep soil alive, protect soil biodiversity" aims to raise awareness of the importance of sustaining healthy ecosystems and human well-being. By encouraging people around the world to engage in proactively improving soil health, the campaign also aims to fight soil biodiversity loss. If we do not act soon, the fertility of soil will continue to be adversely affected at an alarming rate, threatening global food supplies and food safety.

    Encouraging all people to participate, FAO has created a thematic website full of information, initiatives and material to spread the message through different multimedia platforms.

    Background

    World Soil Day (WSD) is held annually on 5 December as a means to focus attention on the importance of healthy soil and to advocate for the sustainable management of soil resources.

    An international day to celebrate Soil was recommended by the International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS) in 2002. Under the leadership of the Kingdom of Thailand and within the framework of the Global Soil Partnership, FAO has supported the formal establishment of WSD as a global awareness raising platform. The FAO Conference unanimously endorsed World Soil Day in June 2013 and requested its official adoption at the 68th UN General Assembly. In December 2013, the UN General Assembly responded by designating 5 December 2014 as the first official World Soil Day.

    Why 5 December?

    The date of 5 December was chosen because it corresponds with the official birthday of the late H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej, King of Thailand, who was one of the main proponents of this initiative.

    Did you know?

    • Soil is a living resource, home to more than 25% of our planet's biodiversity
    • It is estimated that only 1% of soil microorganism species are currently known compared to 80% of plant species
    • Up to 90% of living organisms live or spend part of their lifecycle in soils
    • Soil organisms can break down certain contaminants.

    Events

    You will find many initiatives worldwide. Check the map and register your event!


    Watch the video: Σαν σήμερααλλιώς: 30 Σεπτεμβρίου (August 2022).

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