Students and staff engage in Halloween festivities

On Wednesday, October 31 students and staff participated in a costume contest hosted by Spanish Club. Spanish Club hosts this contest annually for students and staff to compete in. This year around 40 students and staff dressed up in costumes.

First, second, and third place got gift cards as prizes and all of the honorable mentions earned candy bars. Senior Jessa Eden won first place for the contest, she was dressed as a scarecrow. Second place was sophomore Brylee Yantz, as a Velma off of Scooby Doo and third place was seventh grader Jordan Hauschel as a hobo.

Spanish Club is a extracurricular group sponsored by Spanish teacher MaryAnn Johnson. There are about 25 members actively involved. Spanish club revolves solely around community service. President of Spanish Club is junior Jaelle Johnson, Vice President is senior Colton Starck, and Secretary is junior Bret Cole.

“I feel like we had a lot of participants this year with a lot of creative costumes,” Jaelle Johnson said. “I think the students and staff always enjoy the costume contest!”

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Lauren Patton ’20, Jason Hughes 20′, Zane Grizzle ’22, and Konnor Hasselbring ’21 stand and wait to be judged during the contest. Judging took place in the commons area.