Alvah Scott Elementary

May Day Program, May 1

 

 

 

                                         “The Journey”

                                                   May Day Program

                                                                   May 01, 2015

 

We are excitedly preparing for our May Day!  Please help

by having your child wear the following on May 1, 2015.

 

Pre-K, Kindergarten, Fourth grade

Girls - Short mu`umu`u (sundresses)

Boys - Aloha shirt and black shorts

Kindergarten – shell lei will be provided

Grade 4 – girls wear hair up in a bun, if possible.  Flower for hair and lei will be provided.

 

First Grade, Second Grade

Girls & Boys - plain white t-shirt and black shorts  (kihei will be provided)

 

Third grade

Girls - tube top/tank top and shorts, hair up in a bun if possible. (pa`u top/skirt will be provided)

Boys - plain white t-shirts and black shorts  (sash will be provided)

 

Fifth grade

Girls - tube top/tank top and black shorts  (lava lava will be provided)

Boys - plain white t-shirts and black shorts  (lava lava will be provided)

 

Sixth grade

Girls- tube top/tank top and shorts  (pa`u top/skirt will be provided)

Boys - plain short-sleeve black collared shirt and long black pants  (sash will be provided)

 

 

 

All May Day apparel and accessories must be returned to your child’s homeroom teacher at the end of the program.  Mahalo!

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Please cut here & return to your teacher or PCNC by April 22, 2015.

 

_____ I am able to donate flowers (plumeria, red ginger, etc.) and/or greens (ferns, plants) to  

           decorate the stage.               

Please drop off donations on April 30th at Room 22 between 7:45am and 12:00 noon.

                                                                     

_____ I am able to help with floral arrangements on April 30 at Room 22 from 8:00-9:30am.

 

_____ I am able to help with set up on May 1 on the upper field from 7:00-8:30am.

 

We appreciate the support from our Alvah Scott Ohana!