Did You Know? - September
September was originally supposed to be the seventh month of the year. The month's name is derived from the Latin word "septem", which means "seven". In the original Roman calendar, September was the seventh month of the year. However, the calendar was later adjusted to include the months of January and February. That's when September became the ninth month of the calendar. Otherwise, in the original ten-month calendar, September would have stayed as the seventh month. The other nine being Martius (March), Aprilis (April), Maius (May), Juniius (June), Quintilis (July), Sextilis (August), October, November, and December.