“It’s great to see the children get outside, see each other and celebrate each other,” said Tacara Chambers, a parent of one of the students. “And then they’re continuing to read and expand their vocabulary as they look at the other children. They have a visual of the words that they’re reading.”
Dr. Debra Robinson, School Board Vice Chairwoman, enjoyed seeing students celebrate their creativity. “It brings back all the creativity and the life associated with Halloween, but it makes it academics-focused,” she shared.
If you’re interested in donating your time as a school volunteer, School Board Chairman Chuck Shaw has a message for you.
“Go visit our schools and be a volunteer, because there’s so many rewards that you get being on a school campus and being part of what happens with our kids,” he said.