NHS annual Trick-or-Treat Tuesday


Maddy Saake

During Trick or Treat Tuesday on Oct. 25, Danielle Arconati (12) and Emily Davidson (12) pass out candy to little girl.

OHS National Honor Society, NHS, hosted their annual “Trick or Treat Tuesday” on Oct. 25.

Trick or Treat Tuesday is a service project that is formed for elementary kids all over the school district. The kids get to dress up and play games for Halloween while still remaining safe. NHS reaches out to different student groups at OHS to set up booths, dress up, and make up games or activities for the kids to play. This year some of the groups involved were Student Council, Key Club, Science National Honor Society, cheerleading, FCCLA, Journalism, and Trend.

This year NHS moved the event into OHS Gym B, instead of having it in the OHS commons. Moving the event gave everyone more room to move around comfortably.

“We had a lot more space, and people seemed to like it,” Cassidy Vuylsteke (12), a president of NHS, said.

NHS presidents, Haley Crawford (12), Vuylsteke, Carolyn Ream (12), and Megan Cox (12) were in charge of spreading the word to the different clubs at OHS and elementary schools in the area.

“It’s a big, sometimes stressful, event to put together. But the outcome, seeing everyone happy and having a good time, makes it all worth the effort. Good luck to NHS in the future years!” Crawford said.