Sunday, 25 October 2009


Hallowe'en came early at school this year too, as students in Hungary have their autumn break this upcoming week.  I put up the decorations on Tuesday and we did all sorts of activities.  Many thanks to the Nemes family for delivering 13 beautiful pumpkins.  We had the carving contest for the grade nines and tens on Wednesday and the winners went on display in front of the principal's office.  Thursday evening the school had its first Hallowe'en party.  Many thanks again to the students who did a great job of organizing it, the cafeteria looked amazing, with all the jack o' lanterns, flashing disco lights and lasers and even a smoke machine.  Costumes ranged from a blue Celtic warrior, Tarzan,  to black cats and a princess.

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