Halloween Hallways Draws Crowd

Beta, NHS Bring Back Halloween Tradition

Hannah Wilson

Charlie Warner, Managing Editor

 Beta Club hosted their annual Halloween event Thursday. Different clubs, teams and groups organized booths where younger students from the district’s feeder schools could play games, get their face painted, have a lightsaber battle, get candy, and other activities. Last year, Haunted Hallways couldn’t be held due to COVID. However, after a name change to Halloween Hallways to better represent the event, Beta and National Honors Society were able to host the event in the Great Hall on Oct. 28.



Senior Reece Corda prepares the Cross Country booth. (Charlie Warner)
Senior Kai White instructs a guest on how to play the ring toss game. (Charlie Warner)
Staley teacher Cherie Burgett and her child play the spider toss booth. (Charlie Warner)
Junior Hadley Hodge gives candy to a guest. (Charlie Warner)
Senior Dory Gonzalez, junior Abi Reyes and senior Allison Sampel cheer on a guest as she plays their bean bag toss. (Charlie Warner)
Junior Abi Reyes gives a guest candy. (Charlie Warner)
Senior Isabella Gorenflo watches as guests play her booths game. (Charlie Warner)
Staley teacher Josh Lorenson and his family play the Scholar Bowl booth with senior Rachel Riley. (Charlie Warner)
Senior Elyse Payne and junior Quinn Golden run the pumpkin bowling booth. (Charlie Warner)
Sophomore Ryleigh Leath paints a guest’s face in the Art Club booth. (Charlie Warner)



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