Rayburn Elementary celebrates second annual trunk-or-treat event

Little ghosts, superheroes and princesses invaded the Rayburn Elementary parking lot for the school’s second annual trunk-or-treat event on Oct. 19.

More than 30 cars showed off their most “spooktacular” trunks where kids trick-or-treated with their parents.

From scary Halloween-themed trunks to colorful decorations, the kids had fun with their friends and families as they hopped from car-to-car to get their treats. 

Ms. Michelle Brown and Ms. Susan Narendorf, who have been teaching at Rayburn ES for more than 30 years together, welcomed every family to the event. They were ready as they had the first visible decorated trunk filled with candy.   

“It’s wonderful to see all the kids dressed up, especially when they’re our former students,” Ms. Brown said. “It’s a fun, safe event for families to dress up and bring the kids to celebrate.”  

Parents, students and teachers donned their best costumes as they made a stop at every car.

Some of the most popular costumes were Power Rangers, clowns, witches and famous icons, including a girl dressed up as Selena.

“The event was a success last year,” Ms. Brown said. “So, we are happy to continue the tradition this year.” 

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