Field day for grades Kinder, 1st, and 2nd is on Thursday, May 2nd
3rd and 4th is on Friday, May 3rd.
Teachers have divided their classes into 3 teams- Red, Yellow, and Blue. The teachers will rotate with their class to each station. Please note that this is an all-day event. If the forecast is sunny, please provide sunscreen for your child. Please be sure your child is dressed appropriately (shirt, shorts, socks, tennis shoes/ no sandals or open-toed shoes please). Absolutely no one will be allowed to participate in flip flops. This is a safety concern and district policy states that flip flops are not allowed to be worn at school-- period. Hats, visors, and sunglasses are also a good idea. Students must keep up with their own things.
If it rains on their scheduled Field Day, we will move the events inside the building and reschedule the Tug-Of-War event. If you purchased a Field Day t-shirt, they will be sent home Wednesday, April 24th. If you did not purchase a shirt, please have your student wear their team color on their Field Day. This year the Field Day theme is Superhero. Feel free to dress your student in capes, small masks, Superhero gloves, etc. Halloween costumes are not allowed. The accessories should be small and not interfere with playing.
The students will receive 1 free ICEE from PTA. PTA will have $1, $2, and $3 grab bags as well as other drinks/snacks available to purchase from the PTA concessions in the Art room. All lunch schedules will remain the same. The students will eat in the cafeteria as they always do.
Please remember that this is an event for the students. If there are any problems, we will be solving them to the best of our ability keeping SAFETY and FAIRNESS in mind first. Sportsmanship is something we focus on all year long. We WILL NOT put up with poor sportsmanship. The students all know this. Any students displaying poor sportsmanship or behavior will lose the privilege of participating in the events.
NO CLEATS OR GLOVES ALLOWED. PARENTS ARE WELCOME TO CHEER AND TAKE PICTURES!!!
- Thank you, Lindsey Brunt Cabaniss PE Teacher