Halloween is one of my favorite holidays and last year I didn't celebrate, choosing instead to watch and observe what happens on All Hallows' Eve in this predominantly Catholic country.
So... this year I asked if I could celebrate Halloween on October 30th instead, and I received the support of my smaller high school to host a Halloween Celebration for all the students.
|Bryan, a senior, haunted us all with Halloween Music.|
|Doris, a 5th grade teacher, ran my Pin-The-Tail-on-the-Cat Station.|
The Seniors created an Apple Bobbing Station and a Monster Ball Toss Game.
|The Juniors got into the spirit with their Ghost Bowling Game. They weren't supposed to dress up for this festival (since the Rectora and I weren't exactly sure how parents would react), |
but they just couldn't help but get into the fun!
The 8th Graders created a Witches' Hat Ring Toss Game.
|The Sophomores created Mystery Boxes to feel the "Brains of Frankenstein", |
"Toad Eyeballs", or "Mummy Guts".
The 9th Graders hosted a Balloon Popping Race, and a Cookie Face Race Game, and the 10th Graders created a very dark and very scary
- too scary for school -
That was a big hit!