|The Ghost of The Mad Hatter Tea Shop booth,|
Sean Leber, the math teacher at PLS, helped the younger Jr. High students put together a Halloween carnival; the other Jr. high teachers helped too. The carnival happened in the back yard and was a time for the kids to play different games that the Jr. High kids made. Some of the games this year were: Demon Dash, The Ghost Of The Mad Hatter Tea Shop, Face Painting and Wheel Of Fortune. At each booth kids tested their skills. If they won, they got candy as a reward.
While the younger Jr. High students were designing the carnival and Halloween pots, the 8th grade kids were working on the Haunted House. The Haunted House is similar to the carnival; there’s something in it for all the kids to enjoy. This year’s theme of the Haunted House was a masquerade ball. The kids could go in with the lights on or lights off, or optionally colored lights, all depending on how scared they wanted to be.
Sylvie, a student at Project Learn School said, “I really liked the Haunted House. It’s my 3rd year at Project Learn School and, it was the 2nd time I went in the whole time, and it was just the right level of scariness. It was a little creepy, yet fun. The carnival was really good too.”
The kids at Project Learn had a fun Halloween this year. The Haunted House was great; the carnival was fun and it had a lot of games for everyone at Project Learn to enjoy.