CHS students celebrate Halloween

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Neighbors | Abby Slanker.Canfield Local Schools Resource Officer Steve Garstka got in on the fun at Canfield High School’s annual Halloween Dress Up Day on Oct. 31. Garstka (second from left) dressed as a Dunkin’ Donuts employee and passed out 200 munchkins and coffee to students as they entered the school. Garstka was joined by CHS teacher Angela Alexandrides (left) and CHS students Ian Kristan and Shawn Rollins.


Neighbors | Abby Slanker.A group of Canfield High School senior girls dressed as “101 Dalmations” on Oct. 31.


Neighbors | Submitted.Canfield Local Schools administrators and staff celebrated Halloween in style with “A League of Their Own” theme as they visited the high school on Oct. 31.


Neighbors | Abby Slanker.Canfield High School librarian Jen Kuczek ‘hosted’ the school’s haunted house, which had a theme of Dead Gulch Mine, during the school’s annual Halloween Dress Up Day.


Neighbors | Abby Slanker.A group of Canfield High School senior boys went with a hospital theme, dressing as doctors and patients for the school’s annual Halloween Dress Up Day.


In keeping with long-standing Canfield tradition, Canfield High School students got into the spirit of Halloween and were all in when dressing up for the holiday on Oct. 31.

For the school’s annual Halloween Dress Up Day, students wore full costumes and also set up elaborate stage areas in the school’s hallways where they brought their characters to life with the help of extraordinary props.

Group costumes included characters from “Mario Kart,” “101 Dalmations,” cat burglers, hunters with tree stands, “Princess and the Pea” and race car drivers. Other costumes included a woopie cushion, orange construction cones, kitchen appliances, three blind mice and Chik-fil-a cows.

The main attraction of the school’s annual Halloween tradition was the haunted house, which the art classes and art club created during the past several weeks. The haunted house, themed Dead Gulch Mine, was open all day for CHS students, faculty and staff to enjoy - and be scared out of their wits.

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