Students may wear costumes to school on Halloween.
Rules for Costumes:
No blood and guts type costumes
Make sure your children can function and use the restroom without help while wearing their costume.
The Halloween parade will begin at 12:45 on Oct. 31. All are welcome to attend. It will be held in front of the elementary. We will have a regular day of school until the parade starts.
Please do not drop your student off in the bus drop-off area. Please use the student pick-up /drop-off area.
In order to keep all students safe and not overload our buses, students will not be allowed to switch buses.
Which means… students have a regular bus that they ride after school. They can only ride that bus. If they need to go to a different location, you will need to pick them up or transport them after they get home. Also, please make all after school pick-up arrangements before students come to school. We usually only have one secretary in the office and it is impossible for her to make all the changes that are called in.
We have many children with allergies. Please do not send food on the bus with your children. If they have snacks in their backpack, they need to wait until they are off the bus to eat them.
7 Habits of Happy Kids
The second habit is Begin With The End In Mind.
To begin with the end in mind means you think about how you would like something to turn out before starting it. You have a plan and set goals.
If you Begin With The End In Mind you:
- Plan ahead
- Set goals
- Look for ways to be a good citizen
- Do things that have meaning and make a difference.
Oct. 22-23 … Fall Break…. No School
Oct. 24-26 … Red Ribbon Week
Oct. 24-25 … Preschool PTC
Oct. 25… Mobile Dentist
Oct. 31 … Halloween… Parade 12:45
Nov. 8 … Veterans Day Program 7 p.m.
Nov. 9 … Veterans Day Program 12:45 p.m.
Nov. 21 … Reading Reward Party
Nov. 21 … School excused @ 12:00
Nov. 22-23 … Thanksgiving break… No School
Dec. 10… Christmas Program 1:00 p.m. & 6:30 p.m.
Dec. 21 … School excused @ 12:00
Dec. 22- Jan 1… Christmas break… No school
Jan. 2 … School resumes