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After School Goes Trick-or-Treating By Maudie James

It’s a Lake and Park annual tradition to head out trick-or-treating with the after school students on Halloween evening. The excitement is felt by students and teachers alike, as the school day comes to a close.


Excited trick-or-treaters exploring the neighborhood.



This outing is a chance to get to know our neighbors a little better each year. As we navigate our way through the streets ringing doorbells, we enjoy each other’s company.

One stop on our journey is a house that the children have deemed “legendary.”

This house is a favorite because of the carefully arranged decorations that fascinate

the children at every turn as they go up the stairs to receive a king sized bar of candy.


“Trick-or-treat”



The older children lead the group and are not discouraged if no one answers the door.

They often start a chorus of one of our favorite Halloween songs “Hey Ho, Nobody’s Home”

and head to the next stop. You will find the lyrics below.  




Hey, ho, nobody’s home

Meat nor drink nor money have I none

Still I will be merry,

Very merry

Hey, ho, nobody’s home

Meat nor drink nor money have I none

Still I will be merry,

Very merry



Older students help younger children navigate the paths.



I am already looking forward to next year!


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