Fall Parties and Character Parade 2018
Lincoln School Families,
This year the day of fall parties occurs on a full student attendance day. Student instruction and engagement is always a priority; therefore, the morning session of October 31 will be dedicated to instruction. A part of the instructional aspect of this day will include the return of our annual storyteller assembly. To ensure the AM session is focused on instructional engagement, costumes will be limited to only the AM kindergarten students in the morning. All other students can transition into their costumes during/after the lunch period. All students are encouraged to transition into their costume here at school. Staff will be available to assist students. Please ensure your child's costume is school appropriate and simple to wear.

Students are also welcome to go home during lunch on October 31 to change into costumes. Please complete this form so we know what your child's plans will be for changing into their costume. Please be sure you fill out the form for each child.

Weather permitting, the parade of characters will begin at 12:40 PM on the blacktop adjacent to the Franklin Street entrance. In the event of inclement weather, the parade will be held indoors in the gym/auditorium. Following the parade, students will participate in classroom parties.

Additionally, to honor the D90 food/allergy recommendations, the PTO will be purchasing ALL food for parties. Room parents and party attendees should refrain from bringing any food or drink to any classroom party. Thank you for your cooperation.

AM Session:
AM kindergarten students wear costumes/parade for school
K-4 storyteller assembly

Lunch:
Families opt to change into costume at school or home

PM Session:
12:40 Character parade
Classroom parties

Many thanks for your continued support of our school.
CG

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