Dear Dimmick Families,
With the current restrictions in place due to the pandemic, we have had to cancel many of the extra activities and events that we normally would have scheduled during the school year. Despite the many cancellations, we are able to give the students some opportunities to engage in a few activities related to Red Ribbon Week and Halloween.
Mrs. Bazydlo and the Dimmick Student Council are sponsoring the following themed dress up days for Red Ribbon Week and Halloween.
Monday, October 26 "Don't Let Drugs Ruin Your Dreams" Pajama Day
Tuesday, October 27 "Peace Out to Drugs" Wear Your Tie-Dye and/or Peace Signs and Groovy Gear
Wednesday, October 28 "Show Your Support For a Drug Free Life" Red Day...Wear Red and be Drug Free
Thursday, October 29 "We are Too Classy for Drugs" Dress Fancy for Red Carpet Day
Friday, October 30 "Put a Cap on Drugs" Wear A Hat to School. Students are also encouraged to wear black and orange or other Halloween themed articles of clothing.
On Halloween, classes will be able to have a movie time from 1:00-1:45PM as this will allow teachers to maintain social distancing and follow all required Illinois Department of Public Health protocols.
Sadly, due to current conditions, Dimmick Grade School will not be able to do the annual Trunk or Treat or Halloween parade.
As an alternative, we would like to post a slideshow on the school website with pictures of the students in their Halloween costumes or as they go trick or treating. All pictures submitted must be appropriate for school. Any photos including swords, knives, guns, etc. will not be included. Mr. King and Mr. Foster have volunteered to put the slide show together and post it on the Dimmick website. This would be similar to the slideshow that was done in the spring by teachers and students.
You can send pictures or videos of your child to Mr. King’s or Mr. Foster’s school emails: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Please send the photos by Friday, November 6. Thank you for your continued support of our students, staff and school during these most challenging times.
Mr. Ryan Linnig