Keystone’s Halloween traditions continue, but differently

Oct 29 2020

Keystone’s Halloween traditions continue, but differently

As one of Keystone’s most beloved traditions, Halloween continues even during a pandemic. But things are different.

At the Little School, are dressing in costumes and had individual class parades, along with celebrations in their classrooms.

In the Lower School, students are parading around the quad and in the gym, and one grade level at a time.

Middle School students are choosing among different activities, including bingo, PE games, Minecraft, movie, and a performance from Encore.

In the Upper School, the celebrations are to Zoom, with students presenting recorded skits and posting pictures of their home-baked spooky cakes and their carved pumpkins.

For all grades, Halloween is too important of a day to skip, and our students on campus and in distance learning are creating a memorable event.

Check out the two sets of slideshows below.

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