Spooky season is upon us again and New Haven is getting ready for another great Halloween. When asked what plans New Haven High School students had in store, this is how some responded:
Junior Alyssa Sidwell commented, “Staying home and watching movies.”
Paige Remillard, senior, said, “Hanging out at my grandma’s house, handing out candy and having fun with my family.”
Senior Lauralie Grater mentioned, “I don’t know what I’m doing yet. I’m possibly taking my siblings out trick-or-treating, or possibly hanging out with my friends.”
Freshman Katelyn Dittberner said, “Passing out candy and trick-or-treating.”
Keerstin Mason, senior, commented, “[My plans are] to scare people.”
Ariana Ribera, junior, mentioned, “Taking my little cousin out to get candy again because she had fun going with us last year.”
Another question that was asked was, what costume do you plan on wearing? Here is how some students responded:
Ariana Ribera commented, “A purge mask with a cute white dress, and I’m [going to] put fake blood on it.”
Paige Remillard said, “I am not going trick-or-treating, but I am [going to] be painting half my face a skull.”
Katelyn Dittberner responded with, “Woody from Toy Story.”
Sophomore, Grace White said, “I don't plan on going trick-or-treating but I plan on dressing up as someone from Toy Story.”
Haleigh Nicholas, junior, responded, “I plan on dressing up as Michael Myers.”
The third question that was asked was if you are going trick-or-treating, who do you plan on going with?
Freshman Christian Price said, “Aaron Remillard and Dominick Cox.”
Haleigh Nicholas commented, “A group of my friends.”
Katelyn Dittberner mentioned, “Aaliyah Bates.”
Ariana Ribera responded with, “My sister Diana, my little brother Lenny, my little cousin Jasmine, and maybe my cousin Jarlin.”
The last question asked was what is one of your favorite Halloween memories?
Christian Price commented, “Getting all of my family together and walking around. And being able to get a lot of free candy.”
Grace White said, “I dressed as a baby one year. The costume kept on falling apart, so my friend kept on going and had to fix it whenever I [moved].”
Lauralie Grater explained, “When my family comes together to help decorate our house.”
Ariana Ribera responded with, “Taking my little cousin out for the first time and seeing her all happy because she got candy.”
This is how the students and New Haven High School feel about the spooky season upon them once again. We all wish that everyone has a Happy Halloween.