Trick-or-Treating is Spooktacular at St. John Neumann

St. Elizabeth Seton second graders trick-or-treat at Neumann.
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Neumann embraces Halloween with some fun trick-or-treating! Second graders from Saint Elizabeth Seton attended this fun annual event. Each classroom had a bucket of candy for them to choose from. Seniors Kaleigh Kouloheras and Megan Ayan, who attended the trick-or-treating, were interviewed with a variety of questions. 

How many kids were there? 

 There were around 100 kids that came. 

How long did the trick or treating last? 

For around 30 minutes. 

How were you engaged with the kids? 

Kaleigh: We talked and walked with them while they were getting their candy. Megan: We socialized with our kid and had lots of fun going to each of the classrooms. 

What was the most rewarding aspect for everyone? 

Kaleigh: Getting to see how happy the kids were when getting their candy and knowing that we helped with that experience. Megan answered, seeing the joy in the kid’s faces and seeing them happy. 

How were you collaborating with this event? 

All the seniors got to socialize with a kid, take them around the school to trick-or-treat, and be their leader.  

How did you help create an enjoyable environment? 

Kaleigh: Staying happy and positive with them. 

Megan: Being interactive and having a Halloween spirit. 

What would you say the most fun part was? 

Getting to dress up in a costume, going around the school collecting candy, and socializing with the kids. 

The teachers enjoyed organizing candy for the kids and interacting with them. The seniors took the role as their leader and were interactive with the kid they were assigned to. The first graders liked experiencing the joy and sweetness of Halloween going through a new environment, seeing new people, and getting candy. Overall, the Seton second graders, the seniors, and the teachers had a spooktacular time being present.


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