FCS class combines Halloween spirit and class activities


Joe Melcher ’20 and Dawson Kubes ’20 discuss the most important part of pumpkin carving: how they want it to look. Photo by: N. Harris

On Tuesday October 31, the Foods and Nutrition class took part in a fun and festive activity during class time. In honor of it being Halloween, FCS teacher Tammi Mans had students carve a pumpkin and then bake the seeds after for a treat. Students were able to carve the pumpkins in whichever way they wanted, and completed the entire process of gutting and carving the pumpkins themselves.

“I think it’s great that some of teachers do Halloween themed stuff in the classroom.” Traislynn Nicholson ’18 said. “It’s a holiday and we don’t get out of school for it. I had a lot of fun.”