The Bronxville School completely transformed as fairies, witches, cartoon characters and superheroes marched around the school’s gymnasium on Oct. 31 to show off their Halloween costumes.
As part of the second annual Bronxville Elementary School Halloween Parade, all kindergarten through fifth grade students had the opportunity to get dressed in costumes and show them off in school. Throughout the day, the students also participated in arts and craft projects, which helped them get into the spirit of Halloween.
In addition, Bronxville High School seniors – who dress in Halloween costumes as part of a special school tradition reserved only for seniors – gathered in the school’s gymnasium where they put on a parade during the annual schoolwide Halloween assembly. Teachers and fellow classmates judged the seniors’ costumes – some of whom were dressed up as their favorite characters from Dr. Seuss, “Grease,” “Star Wars” and “The Wizard of Oz” – and gave out prizes in several categories, including most creative, funniest, best solo and best group costume.