Halloween is an ancient Celtic tradition celebrated on October thirty-first each year. This holiday has its roots in the Celtic festival of Samhain. People would dress up to scare away the nasty spirits that were believed to roam the Earth during this time of year.
In a modern context, Halloween has become a fun and festive holiday, especially for young people. On Halloween, many of Rose Marie Academy students dressed up in exciting costumes ranging from spooky creatures to popular characters. It was a day filled with creativity and imagination as they chose their outfits and put together their costumes.
Students also had fun creating Halloween lanterns out of recycled materials. This was a great way to combine creativity with sustainability and to make the holiday more eco-friendly. A competition was held to choose the best design. Competitions like this can add an element of excitement and friendly rivalry to the celebrations as students showcase their artistic skills and Halloween spirit.
Senior High School students judged the entries. This kind of judging can add an element of fairness and objectivity to the competition and can make the event more engaging for all participants.
“Halloween Delight” was a fun and creative way for students to celebrate this ancient tradition while also incorporating modern elements of costume design and sustainable practices. It was a time for students to come together, show off their costumes, and enjoy the spooky spirit of the season.