Did You Know It's Flag Day?
Flag day is celebrated every year on June 14, the anniversary of the American flag’s official creation. Flag day is observed as an annual holiday to mark the history behind the American flag and its symbolism.
Why Do We Celebrate Flag Day?
Flag Day commemorates the introduction of the country’s first flag on June 14, 1777, as the official American flag by the history
The Continental Congress introduced the American flag at a time when the country was in the middle of the Revolutionary War, and almost every colony had its own flag. The Declaration of American Independence made it absolutely necessary to introduce the universal American flag. On June 14, 1777, Congress made a resolution outlining the purpose of a national flag for 13 colonies...
Full Economic Times Article on Flag Day
The Almanac - Flag Day Celebration
Classes Celebrating Diversity in Cultures
Cultures in the Classroom (online)
Be Loud, No Bullying Allowed (online)
Brighter Futures: Social Emotional Development (online)
Strength in Differences: Cultural Diversity (online)
Bienvenido! Welcoming All Families (online)
One World, Many Cultures! (Zoom)
Supporting Social Learning: Creating Classrooms that Care (Zoom)
Training Guide for Families from Diverse Language and Cultural Backgrounds (Zoom)
NOTE: If interested, a private class can be reserved for your staff. Call the office for full booking details. The above list of classes is a combination of online classes and Instructor Led classes. The Instructor-Led classes need a minimum number of students. Check the course description for minimums.
*Archived from H&H's Constant Contact NEwsletters [6.15.2022]