The Whitesides Post
October 24, 2022
Students should come dressed in costume and will remove it after the parade. If it's a costume that doesn't distract from learning (i.e. wearing overalls for a farmer costume, etc.), students can leave it on.
To ensure the parade is a positive experience for students and a tradition that we can continue, please carefully note the following restrictions on costumes.
*Students may not dress up as an ethnic or cultural group. Culture is not a costume. In respect to the Native American view, students cannot dress up as Pocahantas, Sacagawea, Sitting Bull, etc. This is cultural appropriation and is inappropriate.
*Skin color cannot be altered in any way.
*Costumes cannot be gory or threatening.
*No costumes that depict illegal substances.
*No hand-held accessories (i.e., wands, weapons, etc.).
*No strapless costumes or mid-drifts. Underwear should not be visible.
*Costumes should be fun and exciting, not political, or offensive.
If you are unsure about a particular costume, please feel free to contact Ms. Schulz or your child's teacher. Students will be asked to change out of costume if it does not follow district guidelines.
Parents should not come dressed in costume.
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Calendar at a Glance
Oct. 24-28 - Safety Week
Oct. 27th - School Photos
Oct. 28th - Fall Carnival
Oct. 31st - Halloween Parade @ 9:30 (on the track) - Early out at 1:25 p.m.
End of 1st Term
Nov. 1st - Professional Day - No School
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