The Student Council will be hosting the Fall Festival this year on Saturday, October 28th from 5:00pm to 6:00pm in the DAIS Gym. Everyone is invited, so dig out your favorite costume and plan to join us for some Halloween fun. Admission fee is 2000 Tenge. The Fall Festival is open to children of all ages. Trick or Treating will follow the Fall Festival beginning at 6:30pm and will end at 8:00 pm.
As an added bonus to our Student Council game booths, a group of parents have offered to organize a bouncy castle, maze challenge and additional Halloween activities for children PreK-Grade 2 in the Gym. After the Festival, students in grades 3-8 will have the opportunity to make their way through a Haunted Dostyk House, if they dare. The Haunted House, which will be set up in a separate location is being planned and overseen by parents. The Haunted House invites students from grade 3-5 between 6:00-6:30pm and grade 6-8 students from 6:30 –7:00pm. We wonder who will have more fun, the organizers or the participants?
Finally, if you would like to participate and have children Trick-or-Treat at your house, please place a pumpkin in your GARAGE window and leave a light on. You can find copies of the pumpkin at the Liaison Desk.
The annual pumpkin carving event has been a long-standing tradition at DAIS. Each year we marvel at the creativity and the artistry highlighted in the various pumpkin creations.
The themes this year are:
The time line between our return to school post Fall Break and the Halloween Festival is less than one week. To allow your family the maximum time to plan and create a family masterpiece, the pumpkins will be available at the school on Monday, October 23rd after1:00pm.
The sky is the limit – be as innovative and creative as you wish. Props, accessories, clothes etc., can be incorporated into your design
On Friday morning, October 27th, families should deliver pumpkins to school and place them on the tables provided. Pumpkins will remain on display through the day for public viewing and judging. Please be sure to label your pumpkin with your family’s name.
Pumpkins can go home at the end of the day on Friday or be donated for use by our student council as decorations for their Halloween Festival on Saturday, Oct 28th in the Gym.
Question:What do skeletons say before they begin dining?
Bone appetit !
It’s time to get creative and show some Halloween spirit!
Beginning October 21st through October 27th, the library will be hosting the third annual pumpkin decorating contest in the spirit of Patricia Polacco’s book Picnic at Mudsock Meadow.
The event works like this…
The school will provide one pumpkin per family. Pumpkins will be available for pick-up in the school lobby starting Friday, October 21st.
Each family is invited to take home their pumpkin for decorating. The categories are as follows:
The sky is the limit — be as innovative and creative as possible. Props, accessories, clothes, etc can be incorporated into your design.
On Thursday morning, October 27th, families should deliver pumpkins to school and place them on the special tables in the hall leading to the school door. Pumpkins will remain on display at school for public viewing and judging. Please be sure to label your pumpkin with your family’s names.
After school on Friday 28th, families are asked to take their pumpkins to the Fall Festival venue for display, or back home for trick-o-treating. Best Pumpkin Decorating winners will be announced at the Fall Festival.
To add joy and laughter to our lives, each month, one class gets to choose the theme for our dress and the day on which they would like us all to dress in a certain fashion.
Last month the Grade Six Students chose PJ’s and Stuffy Day.
This month, on the 31st of October our Preschool Students have named the day ‘Black and Orange Day’. On ‘Black and Orange Day’ students and teachers alike will come dressed wearing as much black and orange as they could find in their homes. These colors could be in your clothing, on your feet or in your hair. Be creative!