Annual Halloween celebration brings joy, fear to Archer

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Annual Halloween celebration brings joy, fear to Archer

 Sonia Miklaucic '16 and Isabella Moncada '16 pose for a picture before the haunted house began. Miklaucic and Moncada played

Sonia Miklaucic '16 and Isabella Moncada '16 pose for a picture before the haunted house began. Miklaucic and Moncada played "human presents" in the sweet 16 themed haunted house. Photo by Lindsay Cayton '16.

Sonia Miklaucic '16 and Isabella Moncada '16 pose for a picture before the haunted house began. Miklaucic and Moncada played "human presents" in the sweet 16 themed haunted house. Photo by Lindsay Cayton '16.

Sonia Miklaucic '16 and Isabella Moncada '16 pose for a picture before the haunted house began. Miklaucic and Moncada played "human presents" in the sweet 16 themed haunted house. Photo by Lindsay Cayton '16.

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This year’s Halloween festivities provided a diverse array of activities for the student body, ranging from a Sweet 16 themed haunted house, to a pumpkin decorated like Donald Trump and dancing teachers.

Students arrived in costumes on the morning of Friday, Oct. 30. They then attended classes where many teachers had Halloween-themed lessons.

Meanwhile, students went through the seniors’ haunted house. It told the story of a Sweet 16 gone wrong, complete with masks, morph suits and cannibalism.

The pumpkin decorating competition kicked off the all-school events in the courtyard. Each grade decorated a pumpkin, with themes like the juniors’ “Donald Trump-kin” and the seniors’ exorcist pumpkin, which took first place.

Click on the images below to learn more about other events.

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