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Carlisle elementary students have a spooky good time on Halloween

Allison Goodman Lindsey Waters starts at Cloe Ford’s eyes while racing to wrap the Mummy during Mrs. Lewis’ third grade class Halloween party.Buy Photo
Allison Goodman Lindsey Waters starts at Cloe Ford’s eyes while racing to wrap the Mummy during Mrs. Lewis’ third grade class Halloween party.
First grade students Gavin Davis and Noah Cox decorate their pumpkins. (Photo by Allison Goodman)Buy Photo
First grade students Gavin Davis and Noah Cox decorate their pumpkins. (Photo by Allison Goodman)
Mrs. Plafcan’s third grade students rush to pass the pumpkin before the music stops. (Photo by Allison Goodman)Buy Photo
Mrs. Plafcan’s third grade students rush to pass the pumpkin before the music stops. (Photo by Allison Goodman)
Josheph Cook and Sammy Hale are wrapping it up on Halloween while playing wrap the mummy during their class Halloween party. (Photo by Allison Goodman)Buy Photo
Josheph Cook and Sammy Hale are wrapping it up on Halloween while playing wrap the mummy during their class Halloween party. (Photo by Allison Goodman)
Mrs. Schafer’s second grade class enjoys tasty treats during their class party in the cafeteria. (Photo by Allison Goodman)Buy Photo
Mrs. Schafer’s second grade class enjoys tasty treats during their class party in the cafeteria. (Photo by Allison Goodman)

Josheph Cook and Sammy Hale are wrapping it up on Halloween while playing wrap the mummy during their class Halloween party. (Photo by Allison Goodman)

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Lindsey Waters starts at Cloe Ford’s eyes while racing to wrap the Mummy during Mrs. Lewis’ third grade class Halloween party.

First grade students Gavin Davis and Noah Cox decorate their pumpkins. (Photo by Allison Goodman)

Mrs. Plafcan’s third grade students rush to pass the pumpkin before the music stops. (Photo by Allison Goodman)

Mrs. Schafer’s second grade class enjoys tasty treats during their class party in the cafeteria. (Photo by Allison Goodman)

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