Safe Halloween 2019

Safe Halloween festivities started in the safari outside Whitman’s main office before heading to the 500 and 600 wings for more themed rooms. thumbnail138592
Safe Halloween festivities started in the safari outside Whitman’s main office before heading to the 500 and 600 wings for more themed rooms.
From bowling to coloring, exploring mazes and following clues, each room offered fun activities for our trick-or-treaters.  thumbnail138593
From bowling to coloring, exploring mazes and following clues, each room offered fun activities for our trick-or-treaters.
These trick-or-treaters were wanted... for candy! thumbnail138594
These trick-or-treaters were wanted... for candy!
Neon lights filled this room for an impromptu dance party.  thumbnail138595
Neon lights filled this room for an impromptu dance party.
What better way to celebrate Halloween than to be in costume getting candy with friends? thumbnail138596
What better way to celebrate Halloween than to be in costume getting candy with friends?
It was a groovy time for everyone! thumbnail138597
It was a groovy time for everyone!

This past Friday at Walt Whitman High School, the annual Safe Halloween was underway with kids in costume, parents in spooky spirits, and candy and goodies galore. The district’s youngest trick-or-treaters went from room to room, embracing the themes and treats each had to offer. From cowboys in the Western room to princesses in Disney, Hawaiians in one wing and a neon dance party in the other, there were so many options for the countless children to celebrate Halloween safely. Thank you to all of our high school students for transforming their designated rooms into fun and interactive spaces for our trick-or-treaters and their families!

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