On Friday we will have a discussion about what Team Awesome can expect on Monday, Oct. 31 and we had better share the details with you before you get a 5 year old's version (which we are sure would include tons of treats in their lunch and a new puppy each). The children are welcome to wear their costumes throughout the day (or not) but no weapons, masks or gore are allowed. Please note that if your child wears their costume all day it probably will not come home in the same shape it came to school in. Please label all costume pieces with names and refrain from sending little bits and pieces/ accessories as they are difficult to keep track of and often end up lost. Various Halloween activities will take place throughout the day, including a Halloween safety review discussion, some fun stations and a dance towards the end of the afternoon. Unfortunately we can not share food/ treats. Fun fun fun!!
Please refrain from sending more than 1 Halloween treat to school each day with your child. They will be encouraged to eat their healthy food (ie sandwich) before having the treat at lunch.
The ministry closed schools on September 19, 2022, for the National Day of Mourning to mark the passing of Queen Elizabeth ll. Because September 19 was a planned District-wide Professional Development day for all SD73 staff, it has been re-scheduled as a Pro-D day for November 21, 2022 and there will be no school for students. Read more here.
We are scary-excited to bring back this spooktacular FREE Halloween event for the whole family! Join us at the Pavilion Theatre on Saturday, October 29 between 10am and 12pm for games, crafts, healthy snacks, prizes, face painting, and... dancing, of course. No need for tickets, just mark your calendar and show up at the door ready to have fun.
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