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December

24-31 Wed - Wed
No Yellow Bus Service
No Extended Hours

 

January

1 - Thursday
Asarah B'Teves
12 PM Dismissal, No Bus

18 - Sunday
Annual Tea and Production
More Information to Follow

19 - Monday
Legal Holiday

Regular Sessions
No buses, no extended hours

21 - Wednesday
Rosh Chodesh Shvat
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