Gallery: West possessed by the Halloween spirit

Students parade the halls in groups and as individuals donning scary and silly Halloween costumes

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Gallery: West possessed by the Halloween spirit

Dressed as a scarecrow, senior Natasha Rivera stalks the halls of West Campus on Halloween.  WARNING: The images in this gallery portray realistic and disturbing depictions of illness and injury.

Dressed as a scarecrow, senior Natasha Rivera stalks the halls of West Campus on Halloween. WARNING: The images in this gallery portray realistic and disturbing depictions of illness and injury.

Michelene Havard

Dressed as a scarecrow, senior Natasha Rivera stalks the halls of West Campus on Halloween. WARNING: The images in this gallery portray realistic and disturbing depictions of illness and injury.

Michelene Havard

Michelene Havard

Dressed as a scarecrow, senior Natasha Rivera stalks the halls of West Campus on Halloween. WARNING: The images in this gallery portray realistic and disturbing depictions of illness and injury.

Messenger Staff

MCHS students celebrated Halloween on Halloween 31 by dressing up in a wide variety of costumes. Though district rules limited what kind of costumes they could wear—for example, students were to allowed to wear masks or reveal too much skin—students at both East and West found creative ways to celebrate the spooky holiday.

 

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