Oct 28
Happy "Halloweek'

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Dear HWW Students, Families and Community Members,  

As we move towards the end of October, we have been enjoying some 'Halloweek' fun including Movie afternoons, pet costume competition, door decorating, scavenger hunt, and our upcoming annual Halloween costume parade on October 29. It is good to see students and staff laugh and enjoy, as we reconnect and continue to build our Warrior school culture.   

A few friendly reminders about some costume considerations: 

  • ​No Halloween masks- we need to see our students' faces...but regular masks to cover mouths are perfect! 
  • No weapons of any kind – guns, swords, etc. 
  • No costumes that are offensive 
  • Inappropriate slogans, symbols etc. 
  • Unsuitable Clothing – please follow the dress code. 

     “Each year, the Great Pumpkin rises out of the pumpkin patch that he thinks is the most sincere. He's gotta pick this one. He's got to. I don't see how a pumpkin patch can be more sincere than this one. You can look around and there's not a sign of hypocrisy. Nothing but sincerity as far as the eye can see."  

    (Charles M. Schultz) 

     As we prepare to share our Term 1 report cards, please note that there will be 'blackout dates' in PowerSchool between Nov 1-4 as teachers do their preparation. Report Cards go live on November 9; if you have questions, please reach out to teachers to have more detailed discussion about your student's learning and next steps. 

    In the world of Athletics, we have wrapped up our Cross Country and Soccer seasons very successfully. Volleyball and football continue this week.  Go, Warriors!  

    Have a safe and fun Halloween!  

    Aileen Smyth   
    Principal  


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