Trick or treat: SL gets into the Halloween spirit

Ashley Barber ‘20, Business/Ad Manager 

It’s here, It’s here! There is so much to look forward to: pumpkin spice lattes, cider and donuts, silly costumes, caramel apples, carving pumpkins and so much more! This Halloween there are kids eating tons of candy and chocolate, and parents telling you to stop eating so many treats. There is so much going on in such a short amount of time.

Halloween is a night of costumes, fun times and candy. This only happens once a year on Oct. 31. This festive holiday allows people to dress up in a scary manner and be someone else for the night. There are so many things you can do such as go trick or treating, go to haunted houses, or attend a party. Every age group has something to be able to look forward to on Halloween. 

No matter how old you are or how many times you have gone trick or treating, it never gets old. People get to see all the little ones dressed up and all the cute outfits that people have come up with. You are never too old to go out and trick or treat around the block, with your family, younger brothers and sisters, or just some friends. 

Junior Matthew Moisio said, ¨I am going to hang out with my girlfriend and my best friend. We are also going to watch Halloween movies.¨ Agreeingly, senior Alexis Bonk also said, “I am going to make plans with friends and eat food.”

Seems like most of the high school kids are going to hang out with their friends, eat food, watch movies and just relax. While walking in the halls, students have said they were going to take their younger sibling out trick or treating. Remember South Lyon, have fun and be safe! 

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