Transfiguration School Newsletter

October 12th, 2021

News and Notes

Dear Transfiguration Families,

Happy Tuesday! I hope you had a wonderful weekend and were able to enjoy the day off.

Picture day is Monday, October 25th. Flyers are going home today. As we did last year, all orders will be done online.

As we are beginning our second month of school, I wanted to send a few reminders for car line drop off:

  • Parents should not get out of the car.
  • If your PK or K child needs help getting unbuckled, quickly hop out and unbuckle. Do not walk them to their line.
  • Your child should be ready with shoes on, things in hand, backpack ready so they can get out once their temperature is taken.
  • Please wait until you have gotten to the drop off zone to let your child out of the car (this is after the turn by the playground, parallel to where the children are standing).
  • Keep the line moving.

Thank you to everyone who diligently follows these rules and works to keep the line moving and the children safe. For pickup, remember that I am out there until 2:40 so you do not need to wait in the long line. PK/K pickup is 2:15-2:25 only.

Have a great week,

Ms. Kazan

Popcorn Fundraiser

Thank you to everyone you has participated so far in our easy, no fuss popcorn fundraiser! The sale ends on Friday, October 22nd. Please use the link below to sign up as sellers!

Congratulations to our top three sellers this week:

EMMA LORUSSO - 6th grade

Keep on selling to support on our school!

Community Service Update


Transfiguration School will participate in Real Kids Wear Pink Day, a challenge for students to wear pink and raise awareness in the fight against breast cancer. The suggested donation to participate in our charity dress-down is $2.00. All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society® of Hudson Valley, Westchester & Fairfield County in support of the "Real Kids Wear Pink" campaign.

Get out your pink gear and wear it on Friday, October 22!

Big picture


Halloween is just around the corner! Students will be able to dress up in their Halloween costumes on Friday, October 29th. We will not have a parade this year, but the students will celebrate Halloween in their classrooms. Please remember that this is a school day so students' costumes cannot impede their movement, vision, etc.

*As you begin to plan for Halloween Costumes, please keep the following standards in mind:

-no scary, gory or inappropriate costumes (ask teacher/principal if you are unsure)

-no costumes that depict inappropriate characters or characters that are not positive examples for children in the world today

-no evil villains of any kind (so Batman is ok but NOT the Joker for example)

-no masks/face coverings or full face paint

-no props that depict weapons of any kind

-skirts must be no shorter than 2 inches above the knee

-students MUST wear sneakers with their costumes SO if the character normally wears sandals, for example, your child MUST wear sneakers anyway.

- No blow up Halloween costumes

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, October 12th, 1st Day of Winter Uniform

Thursday, October 21st- No School- DATA Day

Monday October 25th School Photos

Wednesday, October 27th- No School- Conference Day

Friday, October 29th- Halloween Celebrations