Halloween Gets A Facelift!

Attributions: 
Anne Anderson
Mrs. Rogers helping students in Miss Anderson's first grade class make funny fruit faces
Mic Jensen with his funny fruit face
William Morgan and Bailey Slaugh making funny fruit faces
Bailey Slaugh with her funny fruit face

Halloween got a facelift this year in Miss Anderson's first grade class at Salem Elementary. In an effort to earn a Gold Medal from the Utah Gold Medal Schools Program, treats and sweets have been eliminated from classrooms this year. The Gold Medal Schools Program promotes healthy living through exercise and healthy eating. Instead of sugary treats, students got to make funny faces using fruits like apples, oranges, raisins, kiwi, strawberries, and grapes. The first grade ghosts and ghouls enjoyed and drooled over these healthy, tasty treats. Thank you Mrs. Rogers and all the other parent volunteers for helping to make our Halloween celebration great!