Boardman hosts annual Halloween parade

« Boardman Neighbors


story tease

Photo

Neighbors | Jessica Harker.A group of teachers from Stadium Drive Elementary School dressed as beanie babies for the schools annual Halloween parade.

Photo

Neighbors | Jessica Harker.Teachers and students alike dressed in their Halloween best on Oct. 26 for Stadium Drive's annual Halloween parade.

Photo

Neighbors | Jessica Harker.Students at Boardman's Stadium Drive Elementary School walked through the parking lot in the annual Halloween parade on Oct. 26.

Photo

Neighbors | Jessica Harker.Students marched around the parking lot of Stadium Drive Elementary School on Oct. 26 to show off their Halloween costumes to family and community members gathered.

Photo

Neighbors | Jessica Harker.Students and teachers at Boardman's Stadium Drive Elementary School walked through the parking lot to show off their costumes in the annual Halloween parade on Oct. 26.

Photo

Neighbors | Jessica Harker.A group of third-graders at Stadium Drive Elementary School dressed as emojis and walked around the parking lot on Oct. 26 for the annual Halloween parade.

By JESSICA HARKER

jharker@vindy.com

Boardman Elementary schools hosted the annual Halloween parades.

Amy Radinovic, Boardman’s communication coordinator, said that the parade is a long standing tradition that the school looks forward to every year.

“All of the students and teachers love dressing up every year,” Radinovic said.

Each elementary school hosted their own parade, where students walked through the parking lot to show off their costumes.

Community members gathered around the edges of the parking lots to take photos and watch as students and staff walked past.

“We get large turn outs at these events, the families always enjoys coming out to see the costumes,” Radinovic said.

Costumes varied from classic witches and princesses, to video game characters and emoji’s.

Many of the teachers dressed in group costumes as well, including one group from Stadium Drive Elementary school who dressed as beanie babies.

“Its a great way to get into the holiday,” Radinovic said.

More like this from vindyarchives.com