Friday, Oct. 29th, 10am
640 County Route 22
Dear APW Families,
Halloween will be celebrated this year on October 29th. Students will be able to come to school dressed in their Halloween costumes. Please make sure the outfits are not scary or gory. No weapons will be allowed. The parade will be outside on the track, weather permitting, at 10:00. The 6th grade will then have their Halloween dance performance. After the 6th graders are done all students will return to their classrooms for Halloween celebrations. Any treats that are brought in need to be purchased from a store. Students may be signed out through the main office. Parents/guardians are only allowed in the main office to pick up or drop off students or treats. Halloween is a ½ day. Parent pick up will be from 11:50-12:05 and Busses will be dismissed at 12:10. There will not be any Rebel Club on 10/29.
Weather permitting; we will have our Halloween parade and 6th grade dance outside on the track. If you would like to watch the parade please stay behind the fence around the track or in the bleachers. This will be Live Streamed on the APW website as long as it is dry outside.
If it is raining, we will have the Halloween Parade inside. The parade and 6th grade dance will be Live Streamed on the APW website.
APW Live Stream Link
Dawn Cooley Danielle Wheeler
Elementary Principal Elementary Assistant Principal
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