Safe Trick-or-Treat Back for Another Year

Posted on October 25, 2013 by


The Fleetwood Area High School Relay for Life team will be holding their annual Safe Trick-or-Treat on 30 October. The entrance is at the office doorway on the side of the high school.

Kids in costumes walk down the English hallway trick-or-treating at the doorways. Math teacher Cynthia Steele is hoping to have plenty of donated candy to give to the kids. Donations can be giving to Steele in room 208.

There will be a haunted house set up in the Family Living/Independent Living Room by Relay for Life members.

Senior Tessa Swider is excited to help design the haunted house this year. She is hoping to bring new ideas to the haunted house.

“It’s going to be spooky,” Swider said about the design.

The haunted house committee plans to have motion-activated decorations throughout the event. It will be directed more towards smaller kids, but there will be scary things set up for the older kids as well.

After trick-or-treating, kids can take their fun to the cafeteria, where activities such as face painting and pumpkin decorating are being held.

In previous years, science teacher Karen Favata and Stephanie Favata, a senior in the high school, volunteered to make balloon animals for the kids.

Cookie decorating has also made an appearance in the cafeteria for the safe trick-or-treat.

The turnout has been decent over the past few years, but the Relay team is hoping for more families to come out and join them for fun activities while raising money for cancer research.

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