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Immaculate Conception students march in costume parade

Sean Smith of Syracuse, dressed as President Barack Obama, and Tommy Caputo of Manlius, dressed as his Republican opponent Mitt Romney, both fourth graders at Immaculate Conception School, parade through the halls Friday.

Sean Smith of Syracuse, dressed as President Barack Obama, and Tommy Caputo of Manlius, dressed as his Republican opponent Mitt Romney, both fourth graders at Immaculate Conception School, parade through the halls Friday. Provided

— Immaculate Conception School students took part in a costume parade on Friday, Oct. 26. Presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney were just two of the many clever costumes on display.

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Jane Mitchell’s pre-K class.

In the afternoon, students in grades K through six paraded through the halls of the school as parents, grandparents and siblings looked on before ending up at the gym for the annual Bat Dance led by music teacher Cheryl Ripley.

In the morning, the pre-K class of Jane Mitchell showed off their costumes to the school’s students and staff by parading through the halls and stopping at all of the classes.

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