The Middle School Haunted Harvest
November 11, 2020
The Haunted Harvest is something that Fair Grove Middle School does every year for Halloween, also known as Fright Night.
This year’s Fright Night was supposed to be on Thursday, October 29th, but instead was postponed to Wednesday, November 4th.
Lindsay Martin is the teacher that runs the Middle School Student Council. Martin stated, “The Middle School Student Council has been planning and will run this event. We also have lots of teachers help the day of. Some of the supplies we make ourselves (shout out Middle School Art Club and Mrs. Hammers) and some of the stuff we have slowly been accumulating.”
The Fright Night event takes a while to plan for, they have to think of ideas of what games, food, and how to make the “Haunted Hallway.” Martin explained, “We have been working on Fright Night for the last month or so. The day of the event we have less than 20 minutes to make it all happen, including the Haunted Hallway.”
The Haunted Harvest included games such as laser tag, spikeball and ping pong. There was also an attraction called the “Halloween Treat Walk.”