[Ed. – You and I may not have lost our minds, but a whole lot of people out there obviously have.]
A New Jersey school district has replaced the names of holidays with the words “Day Off” on its school calendars, Tap Into Randolph reports.
The local outlet says the Randolph Board of Education voted unanimously to dump the names of the days being celebrated, much to the surprise of the 125 people in attendance at a Thursday meeting.
Cries of “What just happened?” and “What did you just do?” reportedly erupted from a crowd described as confused and unhappy.
The school board’s decision is said to have been an evolution of a debate over the Columbus Day holiday, which many consider offensive to Native Americans.