Halloween fun at Parkview Elementary

Parkview Elementary was abuzz with costumed kids enjoying a variety of festivities on Oct. 31…

  • Nov. 6, 2013 5:00 a.m.

Parkview Elementary student Daisy-May Munro unwinds on a swing during a break from the school's Halloween festivities.



Parkview Elementary was abuzz with costumed kids enjoying a variety of festivities on Oct. 31. Images include – Sydnee Thomson, Raegan Starkell, Rylee Primeau and Sidney Watson play during lunch hour; Ali Logan has her hands full; Malaya-Mae Hart enjoys a little reading time; Payton Kerr works on a jack-o-lantern; Laura Lee decorates the chalkboard for a school dance; and Daisy-May Munro unwinds on a swing.

Photos by Lachlan Labere

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