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5dbf7de6c54a9 8th grader Aidyn Witt puts the finishing touches on a ghost pop. Aidyn is in Mrs. Breth's advisory group.
8th grader Aidyn Witt puts the finishing touches on a ghost pop. Aidyn is in Mrs. Breth's advisory group.

Students make treats for elementary students

DCHS Journalism

November 03, 2019

Students in grades 7 through 12 made Halloween treats during advisory groups for all the students at Oberlin Elementary School.

 

They try to do something every year for the elementary students, and this year they made “ghost pops” out of tootsie pops, coffee filters, and ribbon. Last year they made bookmarks for Valentine's Day.

 

“I enjoyed making the ghosts for the younger kids because it gets the two schools involved with one another,” said Alyssa Van Vleet. “It was a fun and easy project to do with our advisory groups, and it got everyone involved.”

 

Sage Lohoefener said, “It was a great way for the high school students to reach out to the younger kids and make them feel more involved.”

 

Alyssa, Sage, Anna Carter, and Amy Wentz delivered the treats to the elementary school on Halloween.

 

“I loved taking treats to the kids,” said Anna. “I could tell they were thrilled to receive a gift from high school students. It felt good to put smiles on their faces.”

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