WHS Spanish teacher Ms. Danner-Vera celebrates the Day of the Dead, meant to honor one’s ancestors, by making memory boxes with her classes.
October: The air becomes colder, the clouds shroud the sky in a dark hue, and the best of all? Halloween is here! This is the day everyone dresses up as their favorite creatures and characters and kids enjoy going door to door receiving candy…
With the end of 2021 and the start of the third year in a pandemic, many have been put through emotional turmoil. Now,…
People celebrate the holiday Halloween because it’s fun, creative, and the experience is unique. At Washington High School, students have many Halloween traditions they participate in to have a good time during the holiday season.
For many, Halloween is the most anticipated night of the year. As the night goes on, we see more and more people in costumes roaming the streets.
Spooky season has arrived, and you know what that means: Halloween is here! Everyone celebrates Halloween in their own way, whether they dress up in fun costumes or go trick or treating with their friends.
As you walk down a certain hallway in the lower E Building, all of the classrooms you encounter will be unremarkable, except for one. This particular classroom, E225, celebrates Halloween year-round.