On Wednesday, October 31, the school campus was open to the local community to enjoy a new edition of the ASV Foundation Halloween Party. The event had an amazing turnout, with over 1,000 people coming. A large part wanted to experience the Haunted House, a route facing hazardous creatures who mysteriously had occupied part of the school building. In the Lower Elementary area parents and younger children had a wide range of Halloween-inspired games and handicrafts and, as of 20:30, the theater hosted the costume contest and the magic show.
The ASV Foundation thanks to all of the school families for coming, bringing with them many family members and friends. It is also worthy of mention the work of the Middle School Student Council and the High School Student Council (their members contributed to set up and run the Haunted House) and the value of staff members and parents volunteering in other areas. The Halloween Party committee finally thanks to Colevisa, Aquaservice and De Castro Fotógrafos for their contributions.
ASV posted on its social media many pictures and videos of the event but you can enjoy the official photo album here.
Halloween in Preschool and Elementary School
The specific celebration during the school day started with a nice assembly in Preschool. Then Grade 5 was leading the outdoor round of games for the other classes in Elementary School: there was a turn for each class in both parks A and B. A team from À Punt Media, the regional television station, visited our campus to learn more about this activity (see the media file of the live reporting).
Lots of students, as well as their teachers, weared costumes. As many of them may have told at home, there was a creative Halloween lunch for students and teachers. Preschool also had a trick or treat walk along the office area, the Junior Library and the Elementary hallway.