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Halloween Trick or Treat

A Halloween Party and Trick or Treat is yearly marked in the school calendar, where my youngest son studies.  Everyone is in high spirits, cheerful and jolly. Parents alike were so excited to see their children in Halloween costumes.

This year, Yahmir participated in the parade of costumes.  He wore “The Reaper” guise and happily joined the fanfare.

Yahmir, the Reaper

Yahmir with his friends Jino in J5 costume and Charles the Monster 

Every classroom is beautifully decorated with lots of halloween decorations and eerie designs of mietwagen.  Some wore creepy costumes too. Candies and cookies fill every pumpkin pail of roaming pupils and students.  The school ground was full of pupils and students in Halloween attire.

I also wore a witch’s hat while I took pictures around, thanks to my husband who took my picture after I finished roaming around too ahaha.


  1. ang galing talaga at nauso na rin yan dito. Noong mga bata pa tayo wala namang Trick or Treat dito ...

  2. korek hihi, sa mga high class subd. meron sila trick or treat sa neighborhood nila

    sa schools and sa malls nauso na rin :)

  3. i can't wait for svet to grow up so she can properly participate in halloween dress-ups in school too! no offense but you don't look like a witch. you'll look better in an angel outfit. yiiih >3

  4. weeeeee..cute Ms.Joy oh..where's your pumpkin basket ms.Joy..eto po oh chocos..don't turn me into a frog..kokak hehehe..

    my 7 year old had also her halloween party in school and she wore a witch costume..it was so much fun..she went home with her pumpkin basket half full of candies and she shared it with her brother ;)

  5. wow i like it, ito ang wish ng anak ko kaso catholic school kasi kaya no choice

  6. I'm sure the kids and kids at heart enjoyed this event ... nice pics!

  7. your daughter svet is very pretty, sarap bihisan ng girl :). ahaha my kids told me that the hat fits me for sometimes I am a monster mom daw hehe

  8. wow! looks like fun. I never experienced this as a child...

  9. cool mom! sali sa holloween...

  10. you must had fun with your kids during the party/event :)

  11. have a blessed sunday to you .. Keep in touch..

  12. I think Halloween is a scary festival for me who is really scared of witches and the dark.

    Thank you very much for commenting on my post, Mommy Joy.

    I will see ya soon! ^^

  13. You're so cool! My daughter and I usually attend to these kind of events when I was working at the golf club, It was stopped when I transferred to Makati. Kudos Jeny!

  14. I wish there there trick and treatin' activities when I was in school. Now I just scare kids haha...

  15. I LOVE Yahmir's costume! Scaryyyy! Haahaha.
    Though I love Halloween, I never got the chance to really dress up in costumes. Mag-Halloween party tayo next year on my birthday!! ^_^

  16. Adrian Arce MananganNovember 8, 2011 at 3:18 PM

    I studied at SHAN for 12 years pero wala akong naalalang ganyang event during my time.

    Good to hear they are engaging their students with these kinds of activities para naman ma-feel nila ang buhay bata and not just books and assignments,


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