The 3rd annual NHS Halloween Fest was the best one yet. Beechwood’s NHS turned the school into an awesome carnival for our elementary students. The children, dressed in Halloween costumes of all types, looked adorable while playing games and making crafts throughout the evening. One classroom was turned into a mini theater complete with a “scary” movie with popcorn and drinks. Another classroom was full of crafters, making scratch art and spooky spider webs.
The Commons transformed into an arcade with carnival games where the kids could earn tickets and cash them in for fun prizes and treats. The active zone in the Cafeteria was full of energy and fun with Just Dance and Mario Kart on the big screens, arcade basketball, and karaoke. Everyone, young and old, had an incredible time.
From this event, the NHS students were able to raise over $700 for their different service projects which most recently include providing food for the Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky and the Ronald McDonald House as well as materials for Operation Gratitude and the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.