St. Peter’s Celebrates Halloween In Style
November 2nd, 2009
St. Peter’s School celebrated one of our favorite traditions, Halloween, on Friday, October 30. In the morning, the Preschool and Prekindergarten students arrived at school in their costumes. The many princesses, pirates, super heroes, monkeys, and even an elephant (just to name a few) posed for photographs and then paraded in and out of all the classrooms in the school to say “Boo” and “Happy Halloween”. The students in Kindergarten through Seventh Grade wore their uniforms to school, changed into their costumes after lunch, and attended the Eighth Grade Halloween Play in the Alumni Theater. Written by our Eighth Graders, the play was based on a murder mystery on the Titanic. Whenever a character needed help, the actor would ask a class to come up on the stage to help. This way, all of the classes, from Kindergarten through Seventh Grade, got to show their costumes. After the play, students, faculty, staff, and families gathered together in the crisp fall air on the School’s playground for apple cider and donuts. A “ghoul” time was had by all.