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  • Remember to participate in the homecoming spirit week! Check the posters in the hallways to see what to wear!

  • On Friday, October 19th Jefferson Morgan High/Middle School will hold their fall pep-rally

  • The homecoming football game will be held on Friday, October 19th. The theme is pink out!

  • The drama club has selected the comedy, "Don't Drink the Water", as their show for this year

High School Students Celebrating Fall

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Makenzie Wright – Editor-in-chief

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Fright Night
October 19, 2018

By the time a teenager is in high school, they want to find a better way to celebrate fall than go trick or treating on Halloween, but what else is there to do?

High school students can celebrate fall in many ways, such as visiting a pumpkin patch. Pumpkin patches usually have things you can do such as of course carve pumpkins, hayrides, and corn mazes. For these activities, age does not matter. Anyone can visit a pumpkin patch and have a blast.

Another activity popular among teenagers is visiting a haunted house. For the most part, haunted houses are everywhere. Around Halloween, visiting a haunted house and enjoying the scary atmosphere is an exciting activity to participate in with one’s peers. Though sometimes they can be pricey, haunted houses are a fun way to spend a weekend night.

Next, an easy and cheap activity is getting a group of friends together and watching scary movies. Even the people who do not like scary movies love to watch them during the Halloween season, especially the classics. Halloween movies are best shared with warm blankets and Halloween cookies.

Lastly, high school students can enjoy having a costume party. Trick or treating may not be for all ages, but dressing up surely is. Picking out a costume and wearing it to a party is an exciting experience, especially when the party is followed by a bonfire to end the night.

Though it might seem sad that as high school students trick or treating is no longer an option, there are plenty of things to still do during this season. Any of these activities will make for a great fall.

 

About the Writer
Makenzie Wright, Editor-in-chief

Makenzie Wright is a senior and a second year Journalism student, serving as an editor-in-chief.

Makenzie is a participant in both volleyball and basketball. She is also apart of many clubs such as Leo Club, National Honor Society, Academic Team, Yearbook, Science Olympiad, Envirothon, Drama Club, Reading Club, Peer Mentoring and Debate Team.

In her free time. Makenzie enjoys going shopping or out to dinner, as well as reading and spending time with her dog.

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