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Until next year, spooky season

There are a lot of ways to celebrate Halloween

Yesterday was Halloween and some people stayed at home or hung out with their friends/family. Many kids at McIntosh went trick-or-treating at neighborhoods Centennial and Smokerise.

Spending time with family is another way to spend Halloween. 

“My Halloween plan is to go to get dinner with my mom and then pass out candy. I’m probably not going to wear a costume,” freshman Alexis Ricca said. 

Trick-or-treating and getting sweet treats are a classic way to spend time on this spooky holiday. 

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Karina Nirenberg (11), Grace Lovejoy, Tiffany Costa (11)
Photo submitted by Grace Lovejoy

“I am going to go trick-or-treating at Smokerise with four of my friends. I am dressing up as a vampire,” sophomore Mickie Gao said.

Some people just want to stay indoors and relax. 

“I’m going to stay home, watch some movies I think look interesting, and hand out candy to kids. I have to dress up if I’m passing out candy, I’m either going to be a cowboy or the green care bear,” junior Charlie Votin said.

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