Happy Halloween at BCCHS

Brandon Young, Creative Arts Editor

Friday, October 31, 2014, was yet another day fraught with bloody costumes, scary stories, pumpkin carving, and trick-or-treating. Students paraded the campus grounds as greasers, Spider Men, vampires, and Slender Men. The Halloween feeling was alive and thriving under the cloudy sky above. Even teachers were getting into the Halloween spirit, some dressing up as medieval knights and ghosts. Señora Molinaro haunted D-11, for her students were in for a spooky surprise. She wore a Dia de los Muertos skeleton costume that froze students and their hearts immediately. Many students were in a jovial, cheerful mood after the Birmingham Football victory over Taft the previous night. The fact that Halloween was also a minimum day prompted students to get through the day and head off trick-or-treating, partying, and even watching the old-fashioned scary movie marathons at home with the lights off. But whatever people wore on Halloween, however much candy people consumed, or even how many times students strutted their unique and awesome costumes, Friday was surely a day to remember and cherish for many spooky nights to come…