I should probably explain Fara’s comments in the beginning. I can’t vouch for all Catholic schools, but in my personal experience, we always got the day after Halloween off from school because All Saints Day is a holy day of obligation. We also got days like the Feast of the Immaculate Conception (Dec. 8th) too. It was really cool because when all the public schools still had classes, I was at home kicking back. On the opposite end of the spectrum, we didn’t get off for Yom Kippur or Rosh Hashanah like the public schools did. In the end, it all really evens out.
Anyway, my point in all this is that most of the main cast consists of Catholic school students, which is meant to explain why no one’s in school on the day after Halloween.
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In short, she's a transsexual who doesn't openly share the fact that she is. If someone were to reveal this fact to others without her permission, the secret would no longer be secret, and thus she'd be outed.
Eh,when it's on a school day,some take the day after Halloween off,some don't. This year,my younger brother's elementary school took the day after Halloween off,my high school didn't(both are public schools). The reasoning is probably that elementary school kids stay out for hours trick or treating,and high schoolers are considered too old for that and thus they expected us to show up at school the day after Halloween.Obviously plenty skipped school that day.I don't know anyone who goes to the Catholic school right next to my school,so I can't say whether or not they had school after Halloween...
Catholic schools in Australia doe not get such special treatment :/
Catholic Schools in Detroit do not either T.T