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Happy Halloween! Elementary students celebrate with parade and homeroom parties

Halloween is one of the most anticipated holidays for kids, and while this year’s celebration was slightly different than in previous years, it was still spooktacular!

Our JP students learned that the traditional Halloween colour is orange and it is created by mixing red and yellow. They also made slime together, carved a big pumpkin they named “the rockstar”, and had a ton of fun trying to avoid a spiderweb by climbing over and under it very carefully. In costumes, they also went trick-or-treating inside the school and ended their celebration with a party in their classroom. The rest of the Elementary students took part in a very special parade around campus and in the neighbourhood, showing off their creativity with amazing Halloween costumes - from traditional spooky costumes like witches to movie characters like ironman and Pikachu. After the parade, they celebrated with parties in their classrooms, complete with snacks and fun activities.

Thanks to all, including our teachers who got in on the costume fun, for making this such a fun Halloween celebration. 
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