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Wayback Wednesday: Halloween Edition
 

We're really reaching back here for Halloween gold - all the way back to 1989. Back in the day, the whole school had a costume parade in the Morton Center gymnasium. It was a big year for bunnies, clowns, and superheroes. 


 
 1989 costume parade in the Morton gymnasium.



 
1989 costume party in Room D.


 
1989 - Long-time teacher Durga Desai and Room A's costume parade.


 
 1990 - An apparently fabulous convocation with art, pumpkins, and puppets.

 
 2000? - Briana Hinds scrubbing a pumpkin in Cathy Stier's ADP class.


 
 2000? - Toddler class Halloween party. Mason Arndt facing camera.


 
 2001? - A Halloween tradition - Ginny Meyer greeting the children dressed in her spider costume.

 
2003 - Becca and Tessa Farmer, Grace Harvey, Catherine Chua, Hannah Hawkins & friends at a Montessori family Halloween party.

The classrooms don't dress in costumes as much anymore, but they usually go on field trips to the pumpkin patch.

 
 2004 - Miss Jennifer and the Toddler class carving a pumpkin.


 
 2004 - Darby B., Hannah D., and Bridget O. on a field trip to the pumpkin patch with Ana Orizondo's Willow class.


 
 2004 -Zoe with her treasured but kind of icky pumpkin.


 
 2005 - Revati Nemani helps a friend with the parts of the pumpkin work in Catalpa.



 2008 - Dana Adamson carving a pumpkin with River Birch children.


 
 2009 - Heather Harvey carving a pumpkin with River Birch class the following year.


 
 2010 - Elementary class goes to the pumpkin patch.


 
 2010 - Emma and Zach scoop out the pumpkin guts.


 
 2011 - Ashton's big haul from the pumpkin patch trip with Canoe Birch.


 
 2011 - Anita Trent helps carry Red Oak pumpkins from the patch to the bus.


 
 2012 - Willow class friends share a special fall party treat.


I hope you have enjoyed our first-ever Halloween edition of Wayback Wednesday. If you know anyone in these photos and want to share their names with us (or our website with them) we would really appreciate it. Have fun tomorrow and I hope you get lots and lots of candy - or not. Whichever you prefer :)






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