On The Spot: Halloween memories
Suvwe Kokoricha, Staff Writer
Freshman Sadie Mowrer
“When I was little my mom dressed me up as a sunflower and my dad was the sun. That’s just my favorite memory.”
Freshman Morgan Paharik
“This past Saturday we went to Nabilla’s house for a Halloween party and so we had to go there early to set up, but we didn’t have much time to get ready ourselves because we were doing this all last minute. So when we got to the party, Gabby was still doing her make-up and putting on her clothes and all of that. It took a while until everybody came out and we had fun. We did all the activit...
Junior Ava Weston
“My favorite Halloween memory would have to be my freshman year. Instead of going trick-or-treating, I actually worked at my neighbor’s haunted house and I was a mad scientist, so that was a lot of fun making people scream. My most memorable part of that was that there were these two high school girls. I don’t know how old they were exactly, but they were walking by, and my sister was supposed ...
Junior Thomas DeWitt
“Probably two years ago I was running to get candy from this house and I didn’t see some step and I tripped and I went face first into their door and I dropped all my candy and all the little kids that were there with me took my candy. It’s not really my favorite Halloween memory, but it’s the most memorable. It was funny.”
Senior Allie Conrad
“It was probably when I was like six or seven and I was with my mom and we went to my grandpa’s nursing home and we dressed up as witches. We dressed up in matching costumes to go surprise him for Halloween because he was really sick that year. So we went to see him, and my witch trim was like neon green. We decorated his little room and everything. That’s probably the best memory of Halloween th...
Counselor Michael Gerhard
“My favorite Halloween memory was being a kid in high school or actually probably middle school where [you’re] just a bit too old, but you’re just old enough to where you can fully enjoy and stay out a little bit later and then meeting up with my friends and going around the neighborhood. We knew a lot of people in my neighborhood and by that age we knew the homes to go to to get the good candy ...