Junior High Idiom Costume Contest

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Photos courtesy of Jessica Datz
Photos courtesy of Jessica Datz
For Halloween, junior high students dressed up as their favorite idioms! Students came up with their favorite idiom and created a costume to represent it. It was a great opportunity for students to learn what an idiom in literary meaning is, and what it looks like! Their ideas came to life in their costumes!
"I started this contest two years ago so that the junior high kids would have a fun, but educational, way to participate in the Halloween fun here at school," said E.L.A. teacher Mrs. O'Reilly. "This year, the Student Council joined me so that we could make the event even bigger by holding it in the gym so that all of the students could see their classmates' costumes." 

Here are the winners:

6th grade:
1st:Finn Hopkins
2nd: Donal Fingleton
3rd: Rhiana Pinos
 
7th grade:
1st- Audrey Mansir
2nd-Tiffany Quizhpi
3rd-Ella Eggert

8th grade:
1st- Nora Conlon and Leah Masi
2nd- Daniel Piver
3rd- Charley Burge

 

Click on the pictures to enlarge and see how many you can guess!
1st- Nora Conlon and Leah Masi
2nd- Daniel Piver
3rd- Charley Burge
1st- Nora Conlon and Leah Masi
2nd- Daniel Piver
3rd- Charley Burge