Month: December 2018

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Middleton School resumes teachers involved in Halloween costume controversy

The Middleton School District announced that it will resume employees participating in the Halloween costume dispute last week after the investigation. In a statement sent to the district’s website on Wednesday, Supervisor Josh Middleton wrote: “Our focus is now on giving everyone the opportunity to grow together into a community.” Middleton wrote: “It is worth […]

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Halloween and harvest activities should allow children to enjoy hearty food

Gardiner is preparing to celebrate the most horrific festival of the year, with three Halloween-themed events produced by the city and an event by the Gardena-Carson Family YMCA starting this week. In addition, at least once the church held a harvest festival on the October 31 calendar. On Friday, October 26, the Zhonggang Community Center […]

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The Middleton School District announced that it will resume employees

participating in the Halloween costume dispute last week after the investigation. In a statement sent to the district’s website on Wednesday, Supervisor Josh Middleton wrote: “Our focus is now on giving everyone the opportunity to grow together into a community.” Middleton wrote: “It is worth noting that after the district review, it has been confirmed […]

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2 children shooting on Halloween have a nightmare into a Christmas miracle

A Halloween tragedy caused two children to be injured in the hospital with a gunshot, and now it has become a miracle of Christmas. On Halloween, five-year-old Mael and his 14-year-old sister, Makiyah, were shot while being tricked. This tragedy shocked the Olney community in Philadelphia. When Yuri Bell heard what was going on, she […]

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ATL Legal Theme Halloween Costume Competition: Winners (2018)

You are here, you saw it, you voted, and a duo is absolutely dominant in this year’s legal-themed Halloween costume competition. Our victory lost in one-third of the vote this year. Making legal-themed Halloween costumes is not an easy task, and many of the works this year are very creative – but perhaps more creative […]

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Students hold a weird Halloween party

  Halloween may have passed, but at least we can still review and remember the good times it brings us. More specifically, we can look back at the school’s Halloween party for the students. On October 30th, the Student Life and Athletics Program hosted a Halloween party at the Gallagher Room at the New Town […]

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Look at Hıdrellez to get mad at Halloween!

Our three-and-a-half-year-old son had his first Halloween experience in New York this year. We try to explain the way that everyone in the street gives them chocolate and sugar by asking the un grape un and the summary of the cultural complexity of the child. But as far as I could follow social media, Halloween […]

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This cute kid dressed as a good market sample person and the internet is obsessed

If we are honest, 10-15% of our favorite shopping at Costco is a free sample. Cross the huge supermarket and know that you will find some free snacks on the way, which is very soothing. I like to think that this is a process of thinking that causes parents to dress up his/her cute child […]

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BGSU Brotherhood members are disciplined for Halloween behavior

  A survey of Halloween’s behavior on Halloween at Bowling Green State University found that nine members were protected by freedom of speech. In a university statement released on Wednesday, BGSU Chairman Rodney Rogers said there was no violation of the Student Code of Conduct. According to the source, a group of students dressed up […]

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