Click here for the most recent Newsletter sent by email to parents Thursday, Oct. 22. In it, you will find information about a Funky Vegetable Contest, Halloween at Falkland School and the reopening of our StrongStart program with new facilitator, Christy (Conch) Konschuh.
With the recent cold and wet weather, the staff at Falkland School encourage you to help your child come to school prepared for changes in the weather. Snow is in the forecast soon. Here are some suggestions to help keep fun the focus of outside time and learning the focus during class time.
- Pack an extra pair of clothes for your child in a large plastic baggie in their backpack – shirt, pants, socks, etc. in case they get wet while playing at school.
- Have your child wear a water resistant jacket and snow or rain pants to school to keep dry and warm. Children can also bring an umbrella to help keep dry.
- Water resistant mittens or gloves are also helpful so hands remain dry and warm. A second pair is recommended in case the first pair get misplaced or wet at recess. The second pair can be worn at lunch.
- Rain boots or snow boots are important to keep feet dry and warm.
- Please label your child’s clothing and footwear with their name.
Due date – Thursday, October 29th
On Friday, October 30th students can choose to show their school spirit and come to school in Black and Orange or in a Halloween costume. Please ensure that if you choose a Halloween costume you…
- Keep replica weapons at home
- Keep blood and gore to a minimum – not too scary please
- Wear a mask for your costume ONLY in your classroom – not outside and not in common places like the hallway, bus, etc.
- Wear a costume that does not impede your participation in regular classroom activities
- Keep in mind our dress code for appropriateness
Classroom teachers will be communicating to parents any special plans for Friday, October 30th. Please keep in mind our emphasis at school on Nutritional choices – School Newsletter. We respectfully request that Halloween candy be consumed at home and not school. Many thanks for your understanding and cooperation.
Below you can find some recommendations from BCCDC on Halloween Safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.