Hallowe’en Activities in Nunatsiavut Schools

Today is Halloween ( Hallowe’en) an annual holiday that is celebrated on October 31with activities such as children trick or treating, school parades, parties, haunted houses, telling ghost stories.

We spoke with schools from Nain, Hopedale, Makkovik, Rigolet, and Postville to see what’s happening for K-12 students this year.

The Jens Haven Memorial School will be holding a Halloween parade at 1pm for all grades K-12.

We spoke with Janelle Barbour who is the Secretary.

She says there are prizes for best dressed for Levels K-3, 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12.

Later each classroom will hold Halloween parties, play games, have treats.

Liz Evan Mitchell is the principal at the JC Erhardt Memorial School.

She says the Primary and Elementary Students will have Halloween activities in the afternoon.

Mitchell says from Halloween games to making slime, having treats and telling ghost stories.

The Junior and Senior high school students will have a Haunted house activity at the Gym which is organized by Ms. Andersen and Ms. Dicker.

Lindsay Hellings is the Instructional Resource teacher for Amos Comenius Memorial School.

She says most teachers are holding Halloween parties in each classroom this afternoon.

Hellings says the K-12 students will be dressed up, play games, and the teachers will be providing treats.

Carla Jacque teaches Grades five, six and seven at BL Morrison School in Postville.

She says this afternoon classes will have Halloween games, a movie and children will be dressed up.

The Northern Lights Academy School is having a games such as the bride of Frankenstein, Orange Relay, Witches stew and much more.

Also a costume contest for grades K-6 and 7-12.


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