High school students participate in trick-or-treating during advisory

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High school students participate in trick-or-treating during advisory

Christine Schwichtenberg's advisory hands out candy to those that pass by.

Christine Schwichtenberg's advisory hands out candy to those that pass by.

Kelby Wittenberg

Christine Schwichtenberg's advisory hands out candy to those that pass by.

Kelby Wittenberg

Kelby Wittenberg

Christine Schwichtenberg's advisory hands out candy to those that pass by.

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Trick-or-treating is an activity that doesn’t happen for most high school students. But, boundaries between the spooky candy-giving holiday and the regular school routine were blurred Nov. 2 as students donned masks and set out to collect sweet treats. Advisories were asked to bring in candy during X-period for a school-wide trick-or-treating session.

Upper School English teacher Emily Anderson’s advisory organized the event, and 33 advisories participated.  Half the advisories trick or treated for from 10:05-10:20, with the second half trick or treating from 10:20-10:35.  For the last 10 minutes, all advisories made sure to clean up wrappers littering the halls.

Junior Larry Chen said, “My favorite part of the trick-or-treating was actually getting the candy.”

Chen said that his advisory didn’t use the activity to bond as a group: “I mean, we didn’t really go as an advisory. It was more of a free-for-all.”

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