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On Friday, October 30, we will be celebrating the Halloween holiday with our annual parade to the Satanta Long Term Care Unit.
Starting at 2:15 P.M., we will leave the grade school, walk up Arapahoe Ave., past Arapahoe Park, through the Satanta Long Term Care Unit and Legacy Suites, and then back to the school on the other side of the park (Wichita St.). If it’s a nice day, please feel free to set up your lawn chair along the route and enjoy the kids as they go by.
When the parade is finished, students will return to their classrooms for their parties. If you are providing treats or helping serve your child’s party and need to go to his or her room, please remember to stop by the office, sign in, and pick up a Visitor Pass.
For the sake of classroom learning and instruction that day, we ask that you do not send your child to school in costumes or with face paint. It would also be a great help to us if you could have costumes for your child that he or she can get into by themselves. Halloween costumes still need to follow the school’s dress code – no spaghetti straps, no bare midriffs, no gang or gangster attire, no blood, guns, or swords.
If you do not wish to have your child participate in the parade and parties, they will be invited to Mrs. Weeks’ and Mrs. Howie’s rooms at 2:00 p.m. Please return the note with to the teacher if your child is not going to take part in the parade.
If it is raining or the weather makes it unsuitable for a parade we will gather in the gym at 2:15 PM where each student will “parade” across the stage.
Wednesday, August 19, 5:00p - 6:00p.
Come by with your children the evening before school starts to visit your children's classrooms and meet their teachers.
Satanta FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) Chapter recently attended District elections where Monet Howe was elected District President and Adan Gutierrez was elected Vice President of Records (Secretary) for 2015-16 year.
Front Row (Left to Right): Destiny Johnson – Vice President from Garden City High School; Monet Howe – President from Satanta High School; Adan Gutierrez – Vice President of Records from Satanta High School.
Back Row (Lt to Rt): Alexis Ortiz – Junior High Representative from Liberal South Middle School; Kayla Claussen – Vice President of Public Relations from Macksville High School; Ruben Alba – Vice President of STAR Events from Deerfield High School; Kaitlin Pittman – Vice President of Finance from Dodge City High School; and Kaleigh Cobb – Vice President of Elections and State Officer candidate from Liberal High School.
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