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The Eve of Halloween High

In Community, Features, News by Elizabeth Williams2 Comments

Once again, it’s everyone’s favorite spoopy (that’s a hip word) time of year! No, not Christmas, it’s Halloween! Yes, it’s that time of year again, time to watch horror movies, dress up in silly costumes and steal candy from strangers, but that’s not all. Halloween also means Halloween High. Halloween High is an event held at North Campus each year where students get to dress up and trick or treat safely at the school with friends and family.

“One of the carts used by the custodians to take kids through the hallways of the new Fine Arts wing with the lights turned off to mimic a ride through a graveyard.  The cart will be decorated to look like a gravestone or something.” Mrs. Carol Voight, the student council advisor said.

But, that’s not all they have to offer. They are also going to have a costume contest, a Halloween photo booth, a children’s haunted house, face painting, the Graveyard Dash, and the Black Out Maze. Pizza and drinks will be sold at the event as well so hold off on eating all of your candy.

“The Black Out Maze is the Energy & Environment project for Halloween High.  We cover all the doors and windows with leftover boxes from around the campus (recycling) and turn off all of the lights for the maze (no use of energy).  We can still have a GREAT Haunted House style room, but no extra materials are necessary and no electricity is required which is helping the environment by conserving energy.” Mrs. Voight said.


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