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Halloween (3)

Halloween (3)

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Published by: George Couros on Oct 28, 2010
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Forest Green School

5210 - 45 Street, Stony Plain, AB, T7Z 1R5 Phone: 780-963-7366 Fax: 780-963-0341 E-mail: forestgreen@psd70.ab.ca

Halloween at Forest Green School On Friday, October 29th in the afternoon, the students will have an opportunity to dress up in a costume for Halloween. Parents are encouraged to assist their children to change for this day during the specified times, as teachers will have limited availability on this day. Changing times for the students will also be staggered as to ensure there is less congestion in the washrooms. We strongly encourage all parents to come in at the specified times for their children if they want to help with any costume changes. The times for the day are as follows: 8:45 – 11:55 - Regular School 11:55 – 12:15 - Recess 12:15-12:35 – Grades 4-6 opportunity to change; K-3 Eating time 12:35 – 12:55 – K-3 opportunity to change; 4-6 Eating Time 1:05 – Costume Parade in the gym After the parade, students will return to their homerooms for planned activities. All classes will take part in the Halloween costume parade after lunch, followed by classroom activities. To ensure that student costumes are appropriate for a school environment, below are some guidelines for costumes. Guidelines for Halloween Costumes: 1. Please ensure that your child’s costume is appropriate for the school atmosphere, keeping in mind that there are many young children who may be frightened by anything to scary or gory. 2. No weapons (fake or real) are to be brought to school. This includes, but is not limited to, plastic swords, fake guns, or any type of cane or stick. 3. Students are to be respectful of others in the community. Please ensure that we are considerate of other cultures and religions when choosing costumes. 4. No costumes are to be worn during the morning. Students will be able to change into their costume at lunch time for the afternoon activities. Thanks for your support on this and we look forward to a fun day on October 29th! Sincerely,

George Couros

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