🦇 Wyndcroft's Annual Spooktacular Batwing Ball: A Halloween Extravaganza!

The spooky season is in full swing, and at Wyndcroft, we know how to celebrate Halloween in style. This year's Batwing Ball was nothing short of spectacular, with a whole array of activities and events that had students of all ages bubbling with excitement.

On Friday, October 27, the Lower School students got a head start on the Halloween festivities. The school's Auditorium was transformed into a haunted hub of fun and frolic. The kids had a blast playing Halloween games and dancing to their favorite tunes, creating lasting memories with their friends. Laughter and smiles filled the air as they reveled in the joy of the season.

Meanwhile, the Upper School students had a fantastic night of their own. With the Auditorium once filled with Lower School students, Upper Schoolers took the party to a new level. Dancing the night away and bidding on raffle baskets added an element of thrill to the evening. It was a night filled with music, dancing, and the spirit of giving – a true testament to the Wyndcroft community's love for celebrations.

But the Halloween fun didn't stop there. On Tuesday, October 31, our youngest learners, the Early Childhood and Pre-K classes, had their own Batwing Ball to remember. The Marshall House playground came alive with the sounds of giggles and joy as they played Halloween games, decorated pumpkins, and participated in hay bale bike races. The little ones also had a chance to explore spooky sensory boards, igniting their imagination and curiosity.


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