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Attention Parents and Guardians: This is a reminder that students sometimes get "Reward Time" outside during X-Period. If your son or daughter needs to be picked up early it will be better to pick your child up before 2:30 as it usually takes some time to call students from the outside fields. Thanks for your help!
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On Friday, October 27th, the atmosphere was different. You could feel each vertebrae on your spine tingle when you walked through the halls of the school. That was the day children shrieked in terror and clung to the arms of their friends. It was the day of the Annual Haunted Trail. The event was hosted by the William Ellis Beta Club, and its members spent every second preparing to look their creepiest.
One dollar was the small price to pay to walk through the camp grounds known as “Camp Duwannago”. Students were happy to pay the price for a guided tour featuring zombies, clowns, and even a killer bunny! Two hundred and ninety one times the students slowly crept through the path, trying not to scream in terror. As the night slowly came to a close, the money was counted thoroughly, and will be donated to the Dragonfly House with nine extra dollars. Once the fun was over, the Beta Club members smiled in triumph as the students were left shaking in their shoes.
Written by Sarah McDowell 7th Grader at William Ellis Middle School