Ayse Hunt

 

We asked Roosevelt students to tell us about their favorite Halloween costumes from years past, and here’s what they said:

“When I was a little kid I was a grape. Actually, I think I might have been a bunch of grapes. I chose it for myself, which was impressive because I was only 2 or 3. I just really liked grapes.”

–Seth Lambert-Vail

 

“I was a dead cheerleader in 6th or 7th grade —I put leaves in my hair and made it look like I was dead.”

–Avery Connell

 

“I was a paper bag one year. I literally just put a bag over my head.”

—Henry Bowman

 

“I was a witch when I was 11. I made my younger brother dress up as a cat and be part of my costume.”

–Camilla Rask

 

“I wore a George W. Bush mask for Halloween in 8th grade. It was funny because everyone thought that I [had intended to dress up] like a clown.”

–Jesse Beckett-Herbert

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