Washington Post | A brief, totally sincere history of April Fools' Day
It wasn't as easy to get the news around all of Europe as sending an email or a making a Facebook post. Though it was published widely, there were a lot of people who, understandably, didn't get the memo. Many people believed April 1st was still the day to celebrate, so they did! Those who chose to celebrate New Year's in April were seen as "foolish," and hence the name, April Fools'!
Stay Tuned to the WNY Catholic Schools Blog for more fun stories and ideas! For a little more fun, check out this video of what one math teacher did on his April Fools' Day with his students. Not in Buffalo, but hilarious nonetheless!