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President's Day

Posted by minnie_tx (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 15, 13 at 23:34

anyone know what is open and closed Monday ?

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RE: President's Day

Here, no school, means, I have a day off. Also, bank and post office will be closed.


RE: President's Day

thanks Moni

RE: President's Day

Federal Holiday, so banks, post office, including mail delivery, libraries, and all non-essential government (local, state, & federal) offices.


RE: President's Day

It's a Federal Holiday. Expect banks and post offices closed. Our schools used to close for "Presidents Week", but the school board cancelled it this year due to many days schools were closed for Hurricane Sandy October-November last year. So no school Monday only. Teachers who had plans, unable to cancel reservations, can have the whole week off but forfeit two days off plus two days pay to make up for it. In my school district, substitute teachers make $100 a day.

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