First Annual Trunk-or-Treat at Oakwood

Wildcat Willie welcomed everyone to the first ever Trunk-or-Treat on the sunny Saturday. thumbnail138815
Wildcat Willie welcomed everyone to the first ever Trunk-or-Treat on the sunny Saturday.
Kids in costume went from car to car looking for treats. thumbnail138816
Kids in costume went from car to car looking for treats.
The Bennardo family’s Jeep ‘froze’ and had trick-or-treaters seeing snowflakes. thumbnail138817
The Bennardo family’s Jeep ‘froze’ and had trick-or-treaters seeing snowflakes.
Some music and limbo had these characters having fun. thumbnail138818
Some music and limbo had these characters having fun.
Oakwood Principal Dr. Annie Michaelian and Assistant Principal Ms. Maria Colon were excited to bring this new event to South Huntington. thumbnail138819
Oakwood Principal Dr. Annie Michaelian and Assistant Principal Ms. Maria Colon were excited to bring this new event to South Huntington.
The hunt for candy continues! thumbnail138820
The hunt for candy continues!

At Oakwood’s first ever Trunk-or-Treat event, over 200 students flocked to the primary school’s parking lot to participate in the new post-Halloween tradition. Teachers, students, and families decorated the trunks of their cars for kids to experience a new kind of trick-or-treating that was both safe and fun. The parking lot was full of at least 20 trunks, fully decorated with treats to share. Students and their families spent the afternoon adding to their candy collection and creating new memories for Halloweens to come.

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