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Absences For Religious Holidays - 5225

It is the policy of the School Board that absences from school for observance of a religious holiday or because the tenets of a student’s religion forbid secular activity during a school day or portion thereof shall be excused subject to compliance with this policy.

The following are religious holidays for which student absence will be excused:

  1. Fast in Honor of the Holy Mother of Lord Jesus
  2. Lammas
  3. Raksha Bandhan
  4. Eid-e-Ghadeer
  5. Dormition of the Theotokos
  6. Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
  7. Krishna Janmashtami
  8. Obon
  9. Parvushana
  10. 1st Muharram
  11. Ashara Mubaraka
  12. Ulambana
  13. Ganesh Chaturthi
  14. Onam
  15. Yawm Aashura
  1. Ecclesiastical Year begins
  2. His Holiness Sakya Trizin’s Birthday
  3. Nativity of Virgin Mary
  4. The Elevation of the Holy Cross
  5. Feast of Trumpets
  6. Rosh Hashanah
  7. Day of Atonement
  8. Nativity of the Theotokos
  9. Mabon
  10. Yom Kippur
  11. Sukkot
  12. Meskel
  1. Sukkot
  2. Chehlum Imam Hussain
  3. Navaratri
  4. Feast of Tabernacles
  5. Simchat Torah
  6. Last Grade Day
  7. Birth of B’ab
  8. Installation of the Scriptures of Guru Granth
  9. Birth of Baha’u’llah
  10. Milad an-Nabi
  11. Maulid al Nabi
  12. Sh’mini Atzeret
  1. All Saints’ Day
  2. All Souls’ Day
  3. Urus-Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin
  4. Samhain-Beltane
  5. Advent/Nativity Feast
  6. Goverdhan Puja
  7. Diwali
  8. Day of Covenant
  9. Guru Nanak Dev Sahib Birthday
  10. Milad Imam-uz-Zamaan
  11. The Presentation of the Theotokos to the Temple
  12. Martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahdur
  13. Ascension of ‘Abdu’l Baha
  1. Milad Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin
  2. Immaculate Conception
  3. Hanukkah
  4. Yule
  5. Christmas
  6. Zarathosht Diso
  7. Yule
  8. The Nativity of Christ
  1. Gantan-sai
  2. Birthday of Guru Gobind Singh
  3. Feast of Epiphany
  4. Feast of Theophany
  5. Nativity of Christ
  6. Mary, Mother of God
  7. Feast of the Nativity
  8. Maghi
  9. Holy Convocation
  10. World Religion Day
  11. Tu B’shvat
  12. Makar Sankranti and Pongal
  13. Bodhi Day
  1. Midwinter Ceremonies
  2. Imbolic-Candlemas
  3. The Presentation of Christ in the Temple
  4. Chinese/Lunar New Year
  5. Setsebun-sai (beginning of spring)
  6. Shrove Tuesday
  7. Nirvana Day
  8. Intercalary Days
  9. Vasant Panchami
  10. Ash Wednesday
  11. Jonah’s Passover
  12. Ayyam al Beez
  13. Purim
  1. Urus – Syedna Taher Saifuddin
  2. Yawm al-Mab’ath
  3. Maha Shivaratri
  4. Lailat al Miraj
  5. L. Ron Hubbard’s Birthday
  6. Clean Monday
  7. Mabon
  8. Ostara
  9. Nowruz
  10. Naw-Ryz
  11. Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
  12. Khordad Sal
  13. The Annunciation of the Theotokos
  14. Passover
  15. Palm Sunday
  16. Lailat al Bara’ah
  17. Days of Unleavened Bread
  18. Holi
  19. Hola Mohalla
  1. Easter
  2. Easter Monday
  3. Holy Thursday
  4. Passover/Days of Unleavened Bread
  5. Souramana Yugadi
  6. Chaandramana Yugadi
  7. Ramadan
  8. First Day of Ridvan
  9. Holy Friday
  10. Yom Ha’Azmaut
  11. Ramnavami
  12. Mahavir Jayanti
  13. The 11th Panchen Lama’s Birthday
  14. Palm Sunday
  15. Hanuman Jayanti
  16. Theravadin New Year
  17. Ninth Day of Ridvan
  18. The Last Friday of the Great Lent
  19. Lag B’Omer
  20. Shahadat
  1. Beltane
  2. Ascension of Our Lord
  3. Twelfth Day of Ridvan
  4. Easter
  5. Bright Monday
  6. Eid al Fitr
  7. Laylatul Qatr
  8. Milad Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin
  9. Aakhir Jumo’a
  10. Shavout
  11. Declaration of the Bab
  12. Visakha Puja
  13. Buddha’s Birthday/Buddha Day
  14. Ascension of Baha’u’llah
  1. Martyrdom of Guru Arjan
  2. Pentecost
  3. Litha
  4. Fast of the Holy Apostles

*Some dates may vary due to the lunar, Gregorian, and Julian calendars.

Periodically, the Superintendent shall review the list of approved religious holidays and recommend revisions to the Board as needed.

The Superintendent shall establish procedures and time limits to be observed:

  1. by students, teachers, and administrators in making available to each student, so excused, an opportunity to make up any examination, study, or work assignment which has been missed
  2. by a student’s parent(s) or guardian when giving not more than five (5) days prior notice of the student’s intended absence; and
  3. when giving affected students and parents an opportunity to be heard in connection with the decision not to excuse an absence on a day or portion thereof which is not included in the above list of religious holidays.