Holiday Greetings from PNACAC


Holiday Greetings!

Tomorrow, December 21, is the Winter solstice of 2019. Winter solstice is known as the longest night and is a festive day in many cultures and traditions. Our Iranian friends celebrate Yaldā Night, while Scandinavian and Germanic people celebrate Yule. The Chinese recognize this time as Dongzhi and in Japan, the tradition is to soak in a yuzu hot bath, so as to not catch a cold in the winter.

During this annual time of darkness, We want to recognize the light our PNACAC membership brings to those we meet with every day. Recognizing our role of bringing hope and encouragement to all involved in our important work is something to reflect on during this time of year.

We wish you all a wonderful winter holiday break, where you enjoy time with friends and family, and perhaps even a nice soak in a yuzu hot bath.

Thank you for all you do with the students, parents and colleagues you interact with every day. You are light and we are grateful!


Claire Nold-Glaser, PNACAC President
Matt Ogawa, PNACAC Past-President
Patrick Wilson, PNACAC President-Elect

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