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  • Labor Day History

    Posted On September 3, 2021

    Every first Monday of September, we observe Labor Day. It remembers the importance of American workers and their rights. People often faced unsafe working conditions, sanitary facilities and breaks. They began organizing strikes and rallies to protest poor conditions. This compelled employers to renegotiate hours and pay. The labor movement in the late 19th century…

  • Juneteenth (June 19) Made a Federal Holiday

    Posted On June 19, 2021

    President Biden signed legislation into law on Thursday to make Juneteenth a federal holiday, establishing June 19 as the national day to commemorate the end of slavery in the United States. The holiday is a part of his administration’s efforts to address racial equity throughout the federal government The measure was passed in the House…

  • Teacher Appreciation Week 2021

    Posted On May 6, 2021

    Teacher Appreciation Week, designated by the National PTA in 1984, runs May 1-6, 2021 this year, usually the first full week in May. TEACHER APPRECIATION DISCOUNTS IN ARIZONA Ginger Monkey Gastropub: Free bacon mozzarella flatbread. Valid May 3-6. Dine-in only. School ID required. Buffalo Wild Wings: 20% discount for teachers and school staff at participating restaurants. Discount…

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