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Halloween Costume Guidelines

In preparations for Halloween, please take a moment to read the following policies about costumes:


Lynbrook High School encourages students to wear school-appropriate costumes for Halloween on October 31st.  Be creative and have fun--but stay within the following guidelines.  

  • Costumes must not include any reference to drugs, alcohol or violence.  
  • No fake weapons should be part of the outfit.  
  • Costumes should provide sufficient coverage.  Overtly "sexy" costumes are not appropriate for school.
  • Finally, costumes should not use stereotypes of one's own or another culture to create a look.  

Furthermore, no one on campus will be allowed to wear costumes in the style of a “creepy clown,” even in a satirical manner, as it may be perceived by others familiar with this recent phenomenon to be menacing or threatening in nature. In addition no one will be allowed to wear any costumes that cover faces or masks their identities: no masks, face covering, or face paint. 


Thank you for your cooperation.  See Mr. Wong or Mr. Ramirez if you have questions.

Posted by: Mary Ann Galloway Published:10/24/17
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