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Annual Costume Contest and Literacy Parade (Click here..)


Many years ago people actually believed that ghosts roamed the earth at night on the 31st of October, Halloween.  To scare away ghosts’ people dressed in all types of scary costumes.  Today, Halloween is a time of great fun.  Our Literacy Contest and Parade are ways for our children to have fun in a safe and secure environment.



    THEME – Marvel, DC, Pixar and Comic Friends

    (Spiderman, Captain America, etc.)

    All boys and girls may wear a costume to school on Monday, October 31, 2016

    A child may wear a store bought costume but will not be considered for a    prize.

    Children may not wear costumes depicting violence.

    Special Prize awarded to top three costumes.



    Costumes will be judged on:

    • Originality

    • Creativity

    • Overall appearance

    • Costume must be related to our Theme



    The parade will take place on Monday, October 31, 2016 at 1:45 p.m.

    All parents are invited to attend.  The parade will be outside the building and parents can view from curb side.



    We care about your child at P.S. 329.  PLEASE have your child follow these safety rules for a fun Halloween.

  1. Make sure your child will not trip because of loose costumes.
  2. Make sure holes are large enough to see through.
  3. Do not allow your child to eat unwrapped candy or fruit until inspected by an adult.
  4. Children should wear bright, reflective colors so that cars can see them in the dark.
  5. Children should not enter buildings or elevators on their own.  They should go trick or treating with friends or relatives.
  6. Children should not enter a stranger’s home.