October 31 2018 Harvest Festival: costume parade and party
Dear Woodlin Families,
On Wednesday, October 31, 2018 Woodlin Elementary students will participate in our Harvest Festival. The
highlight of our Harvest Festival is our Halloween costume parade followed by classroom parties. If for any
reason, you do not wish for your child to participate in the Halloween parade and/or classroom parties, you can
elect to have your child enjoy an alternate Harvest Festival activity in the media center. If you have any
questions, please contact administration.
To help ensure for a great time for all students, their safety and security throughout the event, and an orderly
dismissal please refer to the schedule below:
1:45 p.m. All Parents/Guardians are invited to gather along the parade route in the rear of the building to
watch the parade.
2:00 p.m. Parade begins!!! The parade route will be marked and begins at the doors across from the
portables, and ends at the doors by the grade 4 hallway.
2:30 p.m. Classroom parties begin. Any adult attending classroom parties must be signed in in the main
3:00 p.m. All parties end.
3:05 p.m. All guest asked to sign out in the main office and exit the building as students and staff prepare
Please be sure to send students with costumes that are easy to put on over top of clothing. For families with
students in our primary grades (K,1, and 2) please coordinate with your child’s teacher to determine arrival times
to assist with costumes. If your child’s costume includes a sword, wand, or similar accessory, it should be left
home on Tuesday. Student’s will not be permitted to carry accessories in the parade or classroom
Student Sign Out
If you are planning an early dismissal, please sign your child out on the sign out sheet available in your child’s
classroom. All other students will follow normal dismissal procedures.
All Items must be store brought and prepackaged. In addition, please do not bring any peanut products. If you
drop items off in the main office they will be delivered to the classrooms at a time that will have the least
disruption to instruction.
Thank you for your continued support and cooperation.