Students may show off Halloween costumes in good taste

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Students may show off Halloween costumes in good taste

Logan Coleman, 10, wears his scary joker costume for Halloween in 2017. This costume would be unacceptable to wear to school because the mask covers the face completely.

Logan Coleman, 10, wears his scary joker costume for Halloween in 2017. This costume would be unacceptable to wear to school because the mask covers the face completely.

IMAGE / Mrs. Heather Coleman

Logan Coleman, 10, wears his scary joker costume for Halloween in 2017. This costume would be unacceptable to wear to school because the mask covers the face completely.

IMAGE / Mrs. Heather Coleman

IMAGE / Mrs. Heather Coleman

Logan Coleman, 10, wears his scary joker costume for Halloween in 2017. This costume would be unacceptable to wear to school because the mask covers the face completely.

If you have a clever idea to amaze your friends this year for Halloween, you can show it off in school.

Mr. Brian Wiskur, principal, said students can still wear costumes to school for Halloween on Wednesday, Oct. 31.

Wiskur believes many people will dress up as the president this year.

“Donald Trump costumes are acceptable,” Wiskur said.

Other types of costumes that are OK are these things: face paint, clean costumes, and anything with good taste.

On the contrary, here are some costumes Wiskur said students should avoid wearing to school: sandals, clothing that exhibits an inappropriate message, weapons, full face masks, and provocative clothing.

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