The fourth grade classes entered: Ray the Recycle Scarecrow & Straw Guy with Pink Hair

The ScareCrow Competition (plus a few Jack-o-lanterns) were displayed at the Tennis Court.

Floats

We had a lot of fun making the scarecrows. The way that we made it was we got a lot of newspaper, sticks, old clothes and a little teamwork and we put it all together and we got a first place scarecrow. by Julie S.

 

Mrs. Bishop’s advisory made two scarecrows named Saca and Raca. We made them out of sticks, rope and a lot of other things that were lying around. It took us a few days to get them done but it worked just fine. It was a lot of fun and I hope we can make them again. by Jackie K.

This has got to have been made by Mrs. Jordan's class. It looks like a "Jack and the Beanstalk" scarecrow

Yes, it was raining when Mrs. Jordan took these photographs. This is Miss Xenakis' Oscar the Grouch.

Teachers & Students: please claim these no-namers.

The Elementary School participated in the parade carrying blue and gold balloons.

More on Elementary participation

Even Onekama's Golden Retrievers joined the parade.

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