Bethpage Dresses in Halloween Best

Bethpage Dresses in Halloween Best photo

Elementary schools in the Bethpage Union Free School District celebrated Halloween by hosting costume parades on Oct. 31 at their respective buildings.

Charles Campagne celebrated Halloween with theme of “Book Character Dress Up Day.” Students paraded through the hallways and outside the school dressed as their favorite characters, and third-, fourth- and fifth-grade students visited kindergarten, first- and second-grade classrooms to read various books throughout the day. The older students selected books that they shared with their younger peers. 

Each grade at Central Boulevard paraded out of the main entrance to display their Halloween costumes while taking class pictures. Individual classes also took part in various Halloween activities throughout the day to celebrate the holiday. 

Kramer Lane held its Halloween parade in the afternoon. Students showed off their unique costumers and styles and many dressed in group costumes such as the “Three Blind Mice.”

The staff at each school also came together on Halloween to dress in group costumes. Those at Charles Campagne banded together as a football team, sporting Eagles shirts, eye paint and athletic wear while Central Boulevard’s staff represented the “Incredibles” and Kramer Lane’s dressed as superheroes.

Thank you to all of the parents who were able to come to each of the school’s parades and support the students!