October 31 Proves to be Fun Day of Learning for Students and Staff Alike


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Upper left:  The Transportation Departments’ theme this year was “Looney Tunes.”  Upper right:  Early Learning Center personnel prepared for the annual Preschool Pumpkin Walk by dressing in costume and decorating administrative offices.  Lower left:  Preschool students Naya Christie and Max Moidu prepare to Trick or Treat.  Lower right: Wilder Elementary School teachers in grades 2, 4 and 5 shared the first place prize for their “Toy Story” costumes, honoring the school’s theme, “You’ve got a Friend in Wilder.” 

 

 

 

Proving that Halloween fun is not just for kids, many Westerville City Schools employees went all out in the costume department on October 31.  Transportation personnel embraced a Looney Tunes theme this year.  Early Learning Center staff donned a multitude of creative looks as they passed out treats to approximately 250 preschoolers at the ninth annual Pumpkin Walk.  Celebrations were held at many buildings throughout the district, including at Wilder Elementary, where traditional autumn festivities were held including a costume parade, classroom games, and snacks provided by PTA parents.