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posted Oct 27, 2016, 8:52 AM by Leah Reep

Halloween is on a Monday this year, so students may take advantage of this by dressing up at school. On Oct. 31, FCCLA has planned an opportunity for the school to dress up for Halloween.

“Halloween is on Monday, so we figured, why not?” senior FCCLA member Tabitha Stuhlsatz said.

Students are encouraged to dress up. Although there are multiple things they could dress up as, FCCLA has posted rules to follow if you do decide to dress: it must be school appropriate, with no gore, violence, or weapons of any kind, and absolutely no clown costumes.

The last rule was add because of the recent events with people dressing as clowns and threatening others.

Students can wear their costumes all day. Superheroes may be a popular choice, such as for sophomore Darren Ryan.

“I’m going to be Luke Cage (also known as Power Man),” he said.

Prizes will be awarded to a student from each class.

“It’s a really good idea for people to dress up,” said sophomore Kayla Koester.

Later in the day, the elementary school kids will be parading the halls to show off their costumes. The high school students are encouraged to compliment their costume.  





Who

What

When

Where

FCCLA

Halloween dress up day

Oct. 31

Conway Springs High School



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