Trick-or-treating took on a whole new meaning at Western Hills Elementary during the school’s community Monster Math Night.
Rather than simply walking up to a door and ringing the bell, kids had to complete various math activities before receiving any candy from costume-clad teachers.
In addition to the math games, the multipurpose room was adorned with hundreds of student-carved pumpkins eerily lit with stringed lights.
“We get leftover pumpkins and give them to the students to take home, carve, and bring back the following morning,” explained Western Hills principal Mardel Higginson. “It’s quite a sight.”