Wooster High School is opening its doors to elementary students in the Wooster City School District for a trick-or-treat event on Tuesday, Oct. 29, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. This is the second year for the event after last year’s event was so well received.
Clubs, teams and organizations from the high school will set up and decorate tables and hand out treats to all of the trick-or-treaters.
“This event started last year as the brain-child of a group of students from the Science Club and it morphed into something beyond what we would have imagined!” said Sara J. Crooks, associate principal at Wooster High School. “It’s a fun and safe way for kids to enjoy a little extra Halloween treat, and we hope to have an even bigger turnout this year.”
The event is free for the students in pre-K through fourth grade. The high school groups are asked to provide their own decorations and giveaway.