Children have the green light this year for trick or treating. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are ‘allowing’ children nationwide to partake in trick or treating this October.
Halloween can easily be a tame and child-friendly holiday, or to the more thrill seeking part of our human race who will pay someone hard earned money to chase them around with a chainsaw.
Animated movies are written off as being child friendly only because of the fact that they’re animated/not live action. This assumption can be tricky to navigate when it comes to animated movies marketed as Halloween/spooky movies because, to keep that aspect of horror or spooky/creepy, some subject material is too much for younger viewers.
Public relations officer Calvin Lescher interviewed senior Millie Thum, junior Xavier Jurotich, sophomore M.J. Ryan and freshman Kara Pierce about their feelings about returning to in-person school.
To commemorate and celebrate October, many enjoy Halloween or fall themed films. These films range from horror slasher to fluffy hallmark fall romance. It can be overwhelming trying to sit down and pick one, so fret no more: I have thoroughly examined what Halloween themed movie to watch based on the zodiac signs.
This is the second issue of the 107th year of the ECHO.
Drama department performs its fall play every year around Halloween. What most people don’t think about is the makeup that goes on behind the scenes.
Of the 1,410 students enrolled at WGHS this year, four of them are foreign exchange students. They compared America to their home countries.
Community members are asking, “Is it safe to go trick or treating this year?”
Nurse Rachel Huertas said that for people who are vaccinated it’s most likely safe to go trick or treating.
The Farmers Market in Kirkwood recently brought out all of its autumn decorations. This is one of its most busy times of the year so they go all out for fall. Photos by Lili Naert
During the spooky season, people are waiting for the leaves to change and that book they need to pull out for the most beautiful time. Here’s a few students’ favorite books to read during fall.
Fall is a very anticipated part of the year for people. In St. Louis there are lots of Fall traditions to experience from trick-or-treating on Halloween night, going to pick some pumpkins out at Eckert’s Farm and trying fall flavored treats from Starbucks.
Telling jokes to obtain candy on Halloween is one of unique traditions in St. Louis, but some don’t know that other cities across the country have their own uncommon traditions as well.
Drama department will perform “10 Ways to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse” by Don Zolidis in the Jerry R. Knight Auditorium Oct. 28-30, at 7 p.m.
Each Halloween Webster Groves High School students are permitted to wear their costumes to school, granted they aren’t inappropriate, include a mask, weapon or face paint.
Those are stated clearly in WGHS’ rules, but there is no explicit mention of costumes that are culturally inappropriate.
Falling Fences performed at the Hawken House on Sept. 20, as part of the Hawken House Concert Series.
On Halloween, Anne Louise Williams will recite works by Edgar Allan Poe from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Hawken House as the Webster Groves Historical Society for the second year hosts “Poe on the Porch.”
May 11, 1974, 25 year old Ivory Crockett broke the 100-yard dash record. This year, the Webster Groves School District Foundation held the 17th annual Ivory Crockett Run For Webster.
Contributing writer Soledad Lee explores the Anne O’C. Nature Playscape inForest Park.