K.C. Heffernan Elementary School and Driver Middle School held their annual Halloween activities and parades amid a plethora of exceptionally creative student and faculty costumes. At Driver Middle School Halloween festivities included an after school Halloween party for grade 4-6 students as well as the annual auditorium parade. Along with inventive costume ideas and abundant refreshments the Halloween party provided a wonderful community event complete with games/contests such as "wrapping a mummy," "donuts on a stick," "pumpkin carving" and "face painting." The annual auditorium parade at DMS allowed for each class to parade the wide variety of costume creations across the Aitchison Auditorium stage. Of particular note were the 5th grade teacher "nine lives of a cat" theme costumes and the 6th grade teacher "Greek Gods and Goddesses" theme costumes. At KCH, a wonderful cross section of parents and community members turned out as students in grades Kindergarten through third paraded their costumes to the high school and back.