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Fun Fall PTO Events at Each Campus - October 26

Fall will soon be in the air, and festivities abound! Join other families at your campus for a fun event sponsored by your campus PTO! They work hard on these, so let's show our support. And they could all use a little extra volunteer help, so check out the links below.

CP - Fall Festival
3:00-5:00 PM

This was such a hit last year so we are doing it again! Come enjoy a great family fun filled event. There will be hay rides, bounce houses, haunted hallway, and Trunk or Treat in the parking lot. Come dressed in costume and be ready to have a “ghoulish” good time! Located at our school from 3:00pm-5:00pm. We need volunteers to decorate their trunk and have a fun theme, game, or just a fun way to hand out candy!

LM - Rebel Fest 2019
3:00-6:00 PM
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Is pumpkin carving a serious art form in your house? Do you love pumpkin spice everything from September until November? Then we have the event for you! Rebel Fest 2019 is coming back with a bang. This increasingly popular event is taking place on October 26th and we expect it to be a spooktacular success. But we cannot pull off this amazing festival without you!

MB - Fall Carnival & Spooky Hallway
2:00-5:00 PM
$5/ pp general entry (games, prizes, snacks)
$1/ pp/ ride additional to enter the Spooky Hallway
Costumes optional, but encouraged (no weapons)
Spooky Hallway Sign-up
Donate Food

The Fall Carnival is a fun family event full of games, balloon twisters, face painters, snacks, and this year. . . a Spooky Hallway! $5 per person general entry will grant you access to the general Carnival area. Elementary teachers will be running games and prizes in the gym, and a popcorn bar will be available in the cafeteria. An additional $1 per person per ride will be charged for those brave enough to ride the elevator up to the third floor, where you will be guided to each section of the Spooky Hallway (this may not be suitable for our youngest carnival-goers). This portion is being hosted by the Middle School Student Council. All elevator proceeds will benefit them directly.