06 juin 2013 ~ 0 Commentaire

Exactly what makes the Halloween occasion unforgettable at the Private School in Toronto?

Our Annual Halloween Party and Costume Contest will take place on Friday, October 26th. It is going to be a day full of clothing, fun, tasks, candy and pumpkin carving.

The Costume Contest will begin with a runway presentation by the pupils, and will end with awards that will be handed out for costumes in the following classifications: Scariest, Funniest, Most Original and Most Gorgeous. Additionally, there will be a Pumpkin Carving Contest for Grades.

The Halloween tasks however, will not start until after lunch, with morning classes to be held as normal. Pupils are anticipated to come to school in civilian clothing, and bring their clothing with them to wear in the after lunch. Students are advised that masks and pointed accessories are not allowed.

Bring along your carving abilities and Halloween spirit, and join the celebrations!

Some of the activities prepared consist of the Yearly Clothing Runway Contest, the course Pumpkin Carving and the Halloween Cake Decorating Competition, just to discuss a couple of. Pupils from each class are kindly asked to bring sweets, frosting and edible Halloween designs in order to decorate their class group cake, while parents are welcomed to take part in the Pumpkin Carving Contest by helping students create the finest or scariest looking pumpkin.

Students are reminded to bring their clothing to school to to wear after lunch, and that masks and any sort of pointed materials are not allowed. Moreover, for pupils who are sharing Halloween treats with classmates, please remember that all items should be nut free.

We are expecting a fun day with great deals of sweet and excellent clothing! Simply a tip:.

Trick or Treating is fun, but please always remain safe!

Our students paraded in their clothing, carved fruits, decorated cakes, and played games. We all consumed a little too much sweet, however that is part of Halloween too.

The winners of the Clothing Contest are the following: Funniest Costumes: Ryan (Grade 1) and Dennis (Grade 4) Best Original Costumes: Dasha (Grade 2) and Daniel (Grade 7) Scariest Costumes: Kayla (Grade 3) and Dima (Grade 6) Most Lovely Costumes: Eva (KG) and Anna (Grade 6).

At The Prestige School, many of us have a sweet tooth and a Bake Sale is something that we have actually been waiting for. The profits will go to the costumes needed for the Annual Winter season Production arranged by Ms. Olga.

Moms and dads are kindly reminded to send out to school baked goods that are free of nuts and are safe for all pupils. Thank you for your constant support.

Is there anybody out there who can « no » to these delicious treats? On Wednesday, November 28th, our pupils and instructors will have the chance to buy and enjoy delicious baked sweets from the Bake Sale. The profits from this event will go towards the clothing required for the A New Year’s Adventure to the Land of Dreams production.

We thank you ahead of time for your nut-free baked goodies and for your constant support.

The Bake Sale, that took place on Wednesday, November 28th, was a big success!

Both instructors and students delighted in the tasty treats that were offered. Everyone tasted the yummy, peanut– free cakes, biscuits, cupcakes and various other treats that were brought by our pupils and moms and dads for the Bake Sale.

Have a look at the best and newest about Private School right here http://www.prestigeprivateschool.ca

The Prestige School

44 Appian Drive

Toronto, ON, M2J 2P9

(647) 494-9977

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