Halloween Celebrations on October 30 at Fern


Senior StudentsOur Senior students will be having a Halloween Dance on the afternoon of Friday October 30th in the Auditorium.  There will be great music and lots of cool dancing. Students are encouraged to dress up for the dance. Our senior students also have the option of participating in our annual Halloween parade occurring at 10:30am on October 30th.

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Junior StudentsOur junior students will be participating in our annual parade. Students will be participating in our parade along our outdoor track at 10:30am on Friday October 30th. For the remainder of the day, the juniors will remain in their classrooms and may celebrate through organized activities when not in rotary classes or swimming.


Primary Students: Our primary students will be participating in a parade along our outdoor track at 10:30am on Friday October 30, 2015. For the remainder of the afternoon, primary students may be playing games/activities and eating snacks in their classrooms when not in rotary classes or swimming.

Kindergarten StudentsOur kindergarten students will be participating in our parade along our outdoor track at 10:30am on Friday October 30th. For the remainder of the day, students will participate in activities with their classmates and classroom teachers.

IMPORTANT: Please read all labels on all TREATS/SNACKS being sent to school. Many Halloween treats contain peanuts/tree nuts. We advise that such snacks not be sent to school.

Please review the following Safety Rules for Costumes being worn:
  • Costumes should permit easy movement, neither too long nor too heavy.
  • Children should wear their own shoes - costume shoes, boots, high heels can be dangerous
  • Wigs and beards should not cover the eyes or mouth.
  • Face paint or makeup is preferable to masks which can obstruct breathing or proper vision.
  • Toy weapons are not allowed. Do not carry sharp objects.
  • Ensure that the nature of your child’s costume is suitable for a school setting.

If you have additional questions related to the Halloween celebrations for your child’s grade/class, we encourage you to talk to your child’s teacher.

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