Haunted House with Spirited Fun
It was something to see! There were so many princesses, monsters, firemen, and others to see as teachers walked with their students to the Fire Department. Mrs. Reazin, dressed as Maleficent, swirled in her cape at the end of the parade.
Once at the Fire Department, everyone jumped at the sight of the haunted house. But no worries, the scary sight was not so scary as students played in the bouncy castle. The candy handed out by community members made the haunted house more spirited than scary!
The Excitement of Halloween
By: Makayla Wood
Every October 31st, both children and adults slip into the night as ghouls and goblins, princesses and pirates. Many Americans celebrate the traditions of Halloween by dressing in costumes and telling tales of witches and ghosts. Pumpkins are carved into glowing Jack-O-Lanterns. Children parade, house to house knocking on doors, and yelling “Trick Or Treat!” hoping to have their bags filled with Candy! It can be a night of fun for those who participate!
Halloween can go by different names in different countries. Sometimes, this holiday is also a time for people to remember with love those who have passed away. Halloween is a special holiday filled with excitement!
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The Jets Tribune Staff
Abby Lockhart, Shia Bennett, Payge Cunningham, Sophia Willard, Jada Davis, Alaura Maple, and Makayla Wood
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What Comes Next?
Apples, oranges, grapes, and pears,
________, oranges, ______, and pears,
After all that candy...please give me
Apples, oranges, grapes, and pears!
Halloween Jokes from Funology.com
Q: What do ghosts eat for supper?
Q: What is the most important subject a witch learns in school?