Halloween At The Whelan School

November 3, 2010
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Garrett Seth Loring came to school dressed as Norman Rockwell for Friday’s Halloween Parade at the Whelan School. This year for Halloween, older students were challenged to make the holiday a learning experience. Many students did research projects on famous historical figures and then dressed up like them for Halloween. Loring and his parents said that the whole family enjoyed their

Norman Rockwell experience and hope to visit the museum in western Massachusetts as a result. At right, Principal John Macero dressed up as a king for Halloween this year. The annual parade at the Whelan has gathered quite a bit of popularity, with many parents showing up to photograph their

children. Macero wore a sign that read, ‘It’s good to be king.’

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