October 23, 2015
I can’t believe it is already time to celebrate Halloween! For many people, Halloween is their favorite holiday. Again this year, NHCS will be taking a little time out of our school day to celebrate, as a community, the creativity of students and staff members, have some fun, and collect nonperishable food items for our local food bank.
Below is information about this celebration:
Costumes will reflect the school rules and dress code (no swords, knives, guns or weaponry of any kind, belly-shirts, short skirts, etc.).
Costumes should have a positive theme (no violence, gore, extensive blood, etc.).
Although we want our students to “dress up”, please be aware that during the parade, students will need to be able to see as they will be walking around outside.
For our Halloween parade, please limit the amount of make-up and face paint, as we have limited changing areas and limited time to get dressed.
Please use this opportunity to choose a historical person, favorite character in a story, an inspiring artist or athlete.
If a student does come to school with an inappropriate costume and/or accessories, the student will not be permitted to wear the costume. As a community, we need to take the initiative in keeping this a wholesome event.
Halloween Parade—Friday, October 30
12:45-1:10 Students will put on their costumes
1:10-1:30 Costume Parade outside around our school complex into the “witches den” to drop off their nonperishable food items
1:30-1:50 Simple snack in the classroom
Thanks in advance for helping to provide a great afternoon of celebration and help pack the local food bank with items.
Have a great weekend!