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NCES Celebrates a Spooky Holiday

By: Lilly Schultejans

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    Halloween parties were held on Tuesday, October 31, for the students of Nemaha Central Elementary School. Throughout the week classes anticipated the holiday by doing fun fall art projects. Classes held their parties throughout the day. Kinderprep through 5th grade enjoyed snacks and exciting games to celebrate the holiday. Students showcased their costumes during their snack time and parties.

    Members of the PTO planned and organized the individual class parties. To start off the parties, classes headed to the lunchroom to have snacks made by Mrs. Angie Bass. Kindergarten through second graders had spider eggs, which were grapes. Third through fifth grade students had peanut butter mummies. Parents planned and held the classes individual parties. One popular game many classes played was to wrap each other in toilet paper to look like mummies. Mrs. Carissa Williams’ third grade class stuck their hands into boxes to see what slimy, spooky objects were inside. Many classes also played pumpkin bowling. Mrs. Melinda Jones’ kinderprep students made ghost wind catchers in their party. At the end of the day, the elementary students paraded around the gym in their costumes.

    Graham Lueger said, “The party was fun because we got candy.”

    “My favorite game was throwing rings on top of pumpkins,” said Luis Vasquez

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