Canfield High School students win Halloween

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Neighbors | Abby Slanker.A large group of Canfield High School seniors threw a slumber party and dressed in their pajamas for the school’s annual Halloween celebration on Oct. 31. Pictured are McKenna Carey, Alana Petracci, Macey Malinky, Jill Baker, Lexi Burdman, Carmen Luongo, Morgan Cleevely, Bella Mangie, Jordyn Cross and Tina Maalouf.


Neighbors | Submitted.Canfield Local Schools administrators and staff celebrated Halloween in style with a Roaring 20s theme. Pictured are, from left, Chris Hagman, John Tullio, Janice Kabesto, Alex Geordan and Patti Kessner.


Neighbors | Abby Slanker.Canfield High School juniors dressed as characters from “The Peanuts” for the school’s annual Halloween celebration, with, from left, Evan Skripac as Schroeder, Dante Flak as Charlie Brown, Britney Young as Sally and Lindsay Wills as Snoopy.


Neighbors | Abby Slanker.Canfield High School juniors Kalyn Duesenberry (left) and Stephanie Brown (right) dressed up as construction workers and waited in line to walk through the school’s annual Haunted House on Oct. 31.


Neighbors | Abby Slanker.Canfield High School seniors, from left, Carmen Seybert, India Thakar, Lauren Cline and Alex Davison dressed as Seniors at Hogwarts for the school’s annual Halloween celebration on Oct. 31.


In keeping with Canfield tradition, Canfield High School students got into the spirit of Halloween and went all out in dressing up for the holiday on Oct. 31. Students dressed in full costume and set up stage areas in the school’s hallways where they brought their characters to life with the help of extravagant props.

Group costumes included, characters from Nick at Night, “Wayne’s World,” “Holes,” KISS, “Family Guy,” “The Flintstones” and “Peanuts.” Other costumes included, lifeguards, construction workers, Polar Express, cops and robbers, Seniors at Hogwarts and a Saturdays are for the Girls slumber party.

The main attraction of the school’s annual Halloween tradition was the Haunted House, which the art classes and art club created. The Haunted House was open all day for CHS students, faculty and staff to enjoy.

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