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The morning of October 31 was an exciting one for the students of Angels Academy who, from Pre-K to grade 6, came to school that day dressed in Halloween costumes. The dress up and parade was a fun activity for teachers and students alike. Additionally, small prizes were awarded for costumes.

Angels Academy celebrates Halloween with a costume contest

Angels Academy Halloween

The morning of October 31 was an exciting one for the students of Angels Academy who, from Pre-K to grade 6, came to school that day dressed in Halloween costumes. The dress up and parade was a fun activity for teachers and students alike. Additionally, small prizes were awarded for costumes.

Quite a few students wore pirate costumes. There were also a couple of little witches favoring the color purple.

Two little princesses paraded in blue and yellow outfits, and it would not be Halloween without some scary masks.

Others were quite original: you would not recognize the little pre-K girl under her black and white pony costume. Two pre-K boys, a policeman and a pilot walked along very seriously and there was a display of cartoons and TV characters.

It was a parade of colour and originality. It was a difficult task for Mr. Ishmael Morley and Mr. Richard Gibbs, the two judges, to choose winners.

After the tally, the black and white horse, Ava Earl, and the power ranger, Orlando John, won first place.  In Grade 2, the prizes went to the little princess in yellow, Leila Parotti, and to Jayke Bonell. The two pretty witches, Alicia Adderley and Olivia John both won.

The pirate girl in pink, Robin Duncombe, and a boy pirate, Bracey Adderley, both took first places.

Other winners were third grader Jayden Sears, Ashley Newel and Jayden Albury of grade 6, as well as Declan Bethel of Grade 4.

After the parents had taken photographs and cheered their children, the fun was over and it was time to return to class.

 

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