Our school hosted its annual Fall Carnival last month. Each grade creates a game and there’s tickets and candy prizes. It’s a fun time for our students, their families, and the community.
Many kids wore Halloween costumes:
David’s sixth grade class ran the Toilet Toss again this year:
And Fall Carnival wouldn’t be complete without stopping by the international cafe for some treats:
I am a senior class sponsor this year. It’s tradition for the seniors to create a Spooky House. With only six seniors, they had to get creative… and they did a fantastic job! Their theme was “Let Me Out” and was centered around an abandoned insane asylum. They had cardboard tunnels for people to crawl through:
They made some creepy decorations. During the Carnival, they kept the room mostly dark with a few soft lights.
We tore up pages of discarded books from the library and scattered them around:
They also found this dirty old toy and stuck a child-sized skeleton on it. They called him Kevin:
There was also Barbra, the winged lady. Her bottom half sat around another part of the room.
The Spooky House was a hit and several students went through it multiple times. It was a fun night!