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Satanta High School Hosts Halloween Carnival

By Jacob Loewen

The Satanta High School Halloween Carnival was held on Friday, October 26, 2018, at the Satanta High School from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. There were a variety of different of games and activities for the children in attendance. There was even a haunted house to walk through. The carnival was held in the commons area and the auxiliary gym. Activities included a cakewalk and cookie decorating, sponsored by FCCLA; Halloween coloring pages, sponsored by KAYs; a haunted house, sponsored by FBLA; and a fishing wall and face painting, sponsored by the art club. National Honor Society served a “witches’ brew.” A pop ring toss and bean bag toss were sponsored by FFA. Stuco provided a hockey goal shot and a ping-pong bucket toss. Science and history club sponsored a baseball and a limbo station, and the Satanta PTO brought in a Plinko game.

 

School-age children in grades PK-8 were charged $5 for an all-access wristband that allowed them full access to the event, including food and beverages. At the end of the evening, the sponsoring organizations had raised $665, which was donated to the school’s TRIBE account. Mr. Ryan Burrows, TRIBE chairperson, said, “These funds will allow us to offer gift certificates from local Satanta businesses as incentives for positive behavior at school. Our new TRIBE shirts are in, and we can’t wait to get them into the hands of students. The coolest thing about the carnival was not so much that it made money, but that we brought the entire community together for a night of fun.” The hosting organizations are already planning next year’s carnival and exploring other ways to connect with the community in meaningful ways. Pictured here are Satanta High School students Keaton Figger and Sami Small who worked the event.