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Halloween Costumes 2020

Happy Halloween

What a crazy, fun day! Parties full of candy, pumpkins and costumes. Thanks for supporting your student and continuing to understand our “no visitors” policy in the building. Here’s a video of our Halloween costumes today.

Costume Contest Winners: 
Most Original: Statham (Firefighter)
Most Time Consuming to Create: Emily (Star Wars Family)
Most Creative: Finn (Mad Scientist)
Funniest: Rowan (Where’s Waldo)
Cutest: Brooklyn (Wednesday Adams)

Click “video” above to view video.

Pumpkin Patch Tradition Continues

We kept the Pumpkin Patch tradition alive yesterday when over 150 pumpkins were spread across the west lawn. From preschool to post-high, smiles, laughter and the perfectly sized pumpkins helped make the season come alive! Thanks to the Utah Department of Corrections for making this a special event every year!

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, October 27th, 2020

Pumpkin Patch
It’s that time of year again where the Corrections Department donates pumpkins for every student at Jordan Valley. We will have them spread across the west lawn where one class at a time will be able to choose a pumpkin to take home. We are so thankful for the kindness offered and will be sure to take pictures to share on our Facebook Group.

October 29th, 2020

Halloween Festivities 
We miss seeing our parents around the building. We appreciate each of you so much as you support us in our reopening plan! We still have a “no extra people” in the building, so our Halloween festivities will look different. Students will have their pictures taken in their costumes first thing in the morning so that we can prepare a video to be shown during individual classroom parties in the afternoon. We also have scheduled a virtual Halloween Storytelling activity that will be shown in each room during the party. We will share both the video and the storytelling links to parents so all can enjoy.

Information regarding costumes:
Please have your student ride the bus in their costume if at all possible. If your student’s costume requires assembly, big or small, please communicate with the classroom teacher. If parents need to assemble the costume once at school, please do so at the curb before classroom staff escort your student to the classroom.

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