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Published November 10, 2012, 12:00 AM

St. Croix Central Elementary Halloween Parade

t. Croix Central Elementary School students paraded up and down Roberts’ Main Street in costumes on Oct. 31 for the annual Halloween parade.


Karter LaVenture gets into character as he hisses and bares his fangs at the gathered crowd of parents and Roberts citizens watching the parade.

  • Karter LaVenture gets into character as he hisses and bares his fangs at the gathered crowd of parents and Roberts citizens watching the parade.
  • Many movies and TV shows were well represented among the children’s costumes, including “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and Disney’s “Brave.” Pictured: Claire Pommier (dressed as Princess Merida) smiles at the crowd of parents and parade-watchers as she walks back toward school at the end of the parade. Collin Pinnt (left, dressed as a Ninja Turtle) also looks at the crowd of waving and picture-snapping parents.
  • St. Croix Central Elementary School students paraded up and down Roberts’ Main Street in costumes on Oct. 31. The annual Halloween parade was filled with costumes that ranged from monsters to princesses. Many old favorites like Star Wars, witches and cowboys were present. Students were joined by their teachers in dressing up and walking down Main Street. Students brought their costumes to school and changed into them before the parade. Pictured, one group of parading elementary schoolers begins the trek from the school, down Main Street, around the block and back to the school.
  • Mrs. Johnson's second grade class shows off their costumes at the St. Croix Central Halloween parade.
  • Some students showed their St. Croix Central school spirit, dressing in St. Croix Central football uniforms for the Halloween parade.