Halloween was a huge success this year! Taking the “Wells Costume Mania” theme very seriously, the students, teachers and some parents came dressed in some surprisingly creative costumes. The day began with an exciting parade in which the students marched around the field several times to the tune of “The Baby Elephant Walk Song,” allowing time for the parents to take photos. They also had the opportunity to showcase their costumes on stage, class by class for an unorthodox fashion show. Afterward, parent judges gave out awards and prizes for costumes, including the “Most Creative,” “Most Beautiful,” “Funniest” and “Scariest.” Throughout the remainder of the day, fun games were played in classrooms and the children went trick-or-treating on the field to collect candy from the teachers and parents.
With so much activity throughout the day, we were indebted to the parents who provided such a vast amount of assistance. Thanks to all of our judges–Kevin Chin, Jess Khorana, Kirstin Lamoureux and Nidhi Kawinvinit–and all of the other PTO members who participated and helped, including Jasmine Kim, Kyung Sil Lee, Joy Roberts, Niracha Bussayabuntoon, Monique Kleinnibbelink, Jane Chin and Panisa Buhagiar. All of the parents were generous in their time and support.
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