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Watching a movie with popcorn

For Halloween, consider just kicking back, munching on some popcorn, and watching a scary movie. Photo by Alyssa Harcourt.

Halloween activities for the high school student

There's more to Halloween than just soliciting canday from strangers.

Halloween is coming up and there is more to do than going trick-or-treating.

• You can go to a haunted house like at Scandia. It's 15 dollars to get in but I have a friend who works in the haunted house and she says it’s worth it. There are other people who do haunted houses at their house which can go either way, they can be good or bad.

Ryan Burns, a senior here at Foothill, has a haunted house at his home that his family and he have been doing for eight years. When they lived on a not-so-busy street he used to chase people down the street but now they live where it’s dangerous to do so. Now he stays inside the garage, holding the bucket of candy. Ryan told me that they do get up close and personal but they do not touch you. The haunted house goes through their yard and garage and at the end you get candy. They have all types of candy, but mostly chocolate. If you are interested in his haunted house, he lives down Tacomic Drive and it’s the only house that does this.

• Stay home and watch Halloween movies. They can range anywhere from Hocus Pocus and Halloween Town to Saw 1, 2, 3, 4 etc… and other horror films. You can even have a movie party; this is a great way to spend time with family or friends. If you aren’t a people person, you can be by yourself too. Pop some popcorn, get some drinks, and sit back and watch some movies.

• If you want to go trick-or-treating, then go. There is no shame in getting free candy while getting exercise. Take a child with you, because they get all the candy and you can just trick them to give you their candy. I’m joking, don’t do that. Ask, and if they aren’t greedy, they just might give you some. Trick-or-treat your little hearts out. Get all the candy you want; just make sure to share.

Remember there is no school on Halloween, so don’t come. Be safe and have a great holiday.



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