Wording for "no costumes" letter

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  1. Preschool0929

    Preschool0929 Cohort

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    My principal this year is very anti-Holidays, so this year we are doing a pajama day on Halloween. I need to send home a letter to let parents know that costumes are not allowed and that students can wear pajamas instead, but I can't think of a nice way to say it. Any ideas?
     
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  3. czacza

    czacza Multitudinous

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    In order to be culturally sensitive yet still enjoy some of the fun of the day, preschoolers are invited to wear PJs for a pajama party, rather than costumes, on October 31.
     
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    Parents:

    This year on Halloween (or October 31 if you can't say halloween) instead of wearing costumes we will be celebrating by having a pajama day! Please dress your child in their favorite PJ's! We will be (list your activities).

    Please let me know if you have any questions!
     
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    Since this is an administrative decision why isn't your principal sending home the letter? If teachers must do it themselves I would get together and write a blanket letter so all parents are receiving the same information.
     

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