5th Grade Celebration Permission Slip

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5th Grade Celebration - Permission Slip

Dear Fifth Grade Parents,


On Thursday, June 9th (rain date June 10th) the 5th grade class will be participating in the ever popular 5th grade end of year celebration! This is a great time for all of the students. The party will be held at Pleasant Valley Park on Valley Road. The children will be bused to the park. We will leave the school at approximately 10:30 a.m. and return by 2:00 p.m. The theme this year is CARIBBEAN VACATION!


We have many fun activities set up for the students and know that they will remember this day for a long time to come. We will be providing a DJ, dancing, games, competitions, sports, trivia, photo booth and more! We also will be providing pizza for lunch and ice-cream truck for dessert. If your child cannot eat any of these items, please inform his/her teacher and Dr. Oliver by email. Please also provide a bagged lunch or snack for your child. We will be serving plenty of water throughout the day. We are also having a basketball tournament, run by 5th grade dads, Final Four style! Prizes will be given throughout the day for events.


Volunteers have been working hard on fundraising and planning activities throughout the school year. Only those parents on the committee will be able to attend due to the capacity issues at the park.


Please make sure your child has applied sunscreen and bug spray before coming to school the day of the 5th grade celebration. We will have a table set up with sunscreen and bug spray for emergency situations only.


If you have any questions please contact Alyson Galusha (alyson.galusha@parkerlynch.com or agalusha1@verizon.net) or Mary O'Leary (mcoleary1@gmail.com).


Please complete the below form to acknowledge your understanding of the above and to record your permission for your child to attend.

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