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Redlands eAcademy hosts another successful Fall Festival

By MADISON ISAEFF

 

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Redlands eAcademy principal David Finley participates in the Fall Fest fun. Photo by MADISON ISAEFF

ASB created several fall-themed games for all guests to play, such as a “Scarecrow Toss” with rings and scarecrow dolls, a cake walk with Halloween themed pastries, a “Ping Pong Pumpkin” game or “Cornhole.” They even put together a fun scavenger hunt where students took pictures with several different people dressed up in costumes to earn special prizes or more sweets. For other games, students were able to collect treat bags filled with candy for winning or for just having fun. Everyone participated in the events, even eAcademy’s principal, David Finley. He hopped through the air to compete against teachers and kids in a sack race called the “Trash Dash.”

The festival consisted of not only entertaining games and activities but also ended the night with an indoor dance with a DJ for all grades to enjoy. Everyone who came was encouraged to dress up in Halloween costumes, so eAcademy held a costume contest before the night finally ended. They recognized the best-dressed and most creative kids that won treat bags of candy and Halloween-themed prizes. There were original costumes like a jellyfish, a Star Wars character, a soldier, a nymph, and many others. After the awards and a few more songs, students returned home with their bags full of candy and smiles on their faces.

 

ASB created several fall-themed games for all guests to play, such as a “Scarecrow Toss” with rings and scarecrow dolls, a cake walk with Halloween themed pastries, a “Ping Pong Pumpkin” game or “Cornhole.” They even put together a fun scavenger hunt where students took pictures with several different people dressed up in costumes to earn special prizes or more sweets. For other games, students were able to collect treat bags filled with candy for winning or for just having fun. Everyone participated in the events, even eAcademy’s principal, David Finley. He hopped through the air to compete against teachers and kids in a sack race called the “Trash Dash.”

The festival consisted of not only entertaining games and activities but also ended the night with an indoor dance with a DJ for all grades to enjoy. Everyone who came was encouraged to dress up in Halloween costumes, so eAcademy held a costume contest before the night finally ended. They recognized the best-dressed and most creative kids that won treat bags of candy and Halloween-themed prizes. There were original costumes like a jellyfish, a Star Wars character, a soldier, a nymph, and many others. After the awards and a few more songs, students returned home with their bags full of candy and smiles on their faces.

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