Halloween at Liberty North


Halloween cheer is spreading around Liberty North! The international holiday has inspired and given some students costume ideas.
Naomi Amador, a Liberty North student, gave her thoughts on what the holiday looks like, “Halloween looks like a pumpkin and different colored leaves on the ground and little tiny toddlers in their costumes. For us, though, October 31st usually isn’t much of a warm, fall night but more of a step over the line between fall and winter because it’s ALWAYS freezing,” said Amador.
Halloween looks different for everyone. For Naomi, her Halloween is filled with having fun AND spending time among her loved ones. “For Halloween, my family tradition is decorating and going out trick or treating with the rest of my family,” said Amador.
Candy is one of the most consumed things during this spooky holiday, “My favorite candy is the candy I steal from my little sister’s trick or treat bag. Preferably chocolate,” said Amador.
Another student, Chase Davis, also talked about the festivities he partakes in, “Halloween to me is when people dress up and have fun,” said Davis.
Davis, like Amador, had some activities he did each year for the holiday, “Me and my friends usually walk around our neighborhood,” said Davis.