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Sept. 30 Oct. 20 Torah** Oct. 4 Oct 21 Oct 10 Hanukkah*** Dec. 5 - 13 Dec 22 - 30 Dec 12 – 20 Dec. 2 - 10 Dec 21 -29 Purim** March 21 March 10 Feb 28 March 20 Mar. 8 Passover**** April 20 – 27 April 9 – 16 March 30 – April 19 – April 7-14 April 6 26 All Jewish holidays begin at sundown on the day before
* Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are holy days that begin at sundown the night before and last all day and that evening. Jewish children should not be expected to participate in any school functions on these days. There is often a family dinner the evening when Yom Kippur ends so children should not have school obligations at that time.
** These holidays are usually celebrated the night before. These holidays are normally celebrated at the synagogue so children and parents are not home until perhaps 9:00 p.m..
***Hanukkah lasts for eight days. It is a minor holiday and there are no specific religious services in which children would need to miss school. Families have their celebrations at home in the evenings each night.
****Passover is celebrated for 7 or 8 days, depending on family tradition. The night before the first day and the night of the first day families have religious ceremonies in the home that have the children involved quite late; therefore there should be no school obligations. Most children do not miss school for this holiday. During Passover children do not eat any products containing flour, other than matzah products.