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Isn't that like Christian schools giving kids certain non-Christian holidays off for "Records Day"?
The holiday is going to be there and trying to "cover it up" is kinda just silly. But there's nothing wrong with celebrating the changing of the seasons, the passage of time.
We celebrate Halloween as a time to dress up as fun creative things and eat candy. I don't really have any problems with it myself. We don't celebrate it as a pagan holiday, so therefore, I feel there's nothing wrong with it. Does that make sense? But that's my opinion.
In my church, we celebrate Reformation Day, when Martin Luther nailed his theses to the door of the church. We don't usually attend the Reformation Day service though. We probably should, but there's a lot of things we should probably be doing/not doing, so...