"Happy New Year!"
That salutation is usually reserved for midnight each January 1. The ball in Times Square (you can take the man out of New York, but not the New York out of the man!) or the peach in Atlanta falls, the confetti flies, the horns blare, the fireworks go off, "Auld Lang Syne" plays, and people welcome in the new year with a kiss. It's a celebration of the year that has passed and a looking forward to the new year ahead. It's a great celebration!
Today is New Year's Day, too, at CHCS! There will be no confetti, horns, fireworks, or "Auld Lang Syne" playing. Instead there will be first day of school jitters, first day of school pictures, new school clothes, new shoes, new backpacks, new teachers, new classrooms, and even a new principal! It's going to be a great celebration, too!
HAPPY NEW YEAR!