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It was a Spooktacular Great Pumpkin Day at Viewpoint 

Since 1964, Viewpoint’s students have celebrated Great Pumpkin Day and each year they eagerly anticipate this beloved Halloween tradition. This year’s Great Pumpkin Day Festival took place on Robertson Family Field, where the children in Grades TK-5 – dressed as witches, Ghostbusters, Top Gun pilots, vampires, pirates, and hot dogs, to name a few –  had the chance to jump, slide, climb, and throw balls through hoops in the six enormous inflatables spread out across the field. 

Many of their parents were on hand to help them decorate pumpkins and to join them for a refreshing Kona Ice. The students made Witches’ Brew (sherbert, lemonade, and dry ice) in the Primary School Science classroom, and went trick-or-treating around campus. Even Mr. McKee, Mr. Bryan, and Mrs. Tew were dressed up to pass out treats to the students who stopped by Academic Hall. 

It was a special day for both the students and the teachers, who enthusiastically embraced the spirit of the holiday, and no doubt by tomorrow morning many of them will be thinking about what costume they will wear for Great Pumpkin Day 2023. 

Happy Halloween!

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