One of the most enthralling parts of the day was when the children discovered a letter written by an Ancient Roman, sparking an adventure to find the lost Roman treasure buried somewhere in Tang. To unveil this treasure's location, the students needed to crack a code that tested their knowledge across all subject areas covered in the last two months. They embarked on a hunt, searching for hidden clues scattered around the school.
Fourth and Fifth class also courageously engaged in the "trick bag" activity, where they had to put their hands into bags labeled with intriguing and spooky contents such as vampire teeth, witch warts, ghost poop, Frankie's teeth, mummy skin, spiders web, skeleton bones, pumpkin guts, zombie hand, and monster toes. They showed great enthusiasm and bravery throughout this activity.
The enthusiasm and engagement from 4th and 5th class were incredible. They truly embraced the Halloween spirit and enjoyed every moment of the day.
Happy Halloween from 4th and 5th class!!!
Mr. Horan took some fantastic photos on the day! To share these memorable facial expressions and exciting moments with you, I've created a slideshow. You can access the 122 photos by clicking on this slideshow!! Enjoy these wonderful memories of the day!!!