- High School Dismissal from Amity Bowl Wed Jan 18
- High School Early Dismissal Thu Jan 19
- No High School Fri Jan 20 - Tue Jan 24
- HS 2nd Semester Begins Wed Jan 25
- Grow it! Winter Gardening Series Sat Jan 28
- High School Open House Sat Jan 28
- Grow it! Winter Gardening Series Sat Feb 11
- School Gardens 101 Sat Feb 11
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