Q: How does Hewitt School celebrate Halloween?

A: Hewitt students have a traditional Halloween Parade. The children dress up in their costumes after lunch. Some children carry their costumes to school, while others go home for lunch and return fully costumed. Both students and teachers march the parade route, which consists of the streets circling the school. Parents are encouraged to come watch the parade, which begins after lunch. Following the parade, there may be individual parties in the classrooms at the teacher's discretion.

Q: May my child celebrate his/her birthday in school?

A: Yes, you may bring in cupcakes, or another healthy snack, along with juice, cups, and napkins on any grade level. Please let your child's teacher know of your intentions a few days in advance.

Q: What other celebrations are held in school?

A: Any other class parties (such as Thanksgiving, Winter Holidays, Spring Holidays, etc,) are left up to the discretion of the individual teachers.

Parties are planned in conjunction with the class parents.

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