Wearing grins as big as a jack-o’-latern, students at Tobinworld took the school’s annual Halloween celebration to new heights, parading in their costumes and scaring the daylights out of one another as part of an improvised haunted house.
“Our kids, for some reason, get more excited about Halloween than any other holiday,” Assistant Director Tracy Weber said.
The elaborate party included trick-or-treating amid the high school classrooms and administrative offices, as well as a Halloween dance. Students and staff joined those at schools across Glendale, dressing as witches and angels and everything in between.
“I think what makes it fun is the trick-or-treating,” said Daniel Angerstein, 14, who described his get-up as a bounty hunter werewolf. “I like to get scared.”