The decorations may have been spooky, but the mood was all about fun as students from Locust Valley and Bayville Intermediate Schools got into the spirit. The Bayville Halloween Howl and the Locust Valley Halloween Hullabaloo included games, prizes, and lots of treats. Both events were sponsored by the parent organizations from each school.

Costumes ranged from princesses to monsters, and even the parents wore costumes. Pizza, drinks and snacks helped keep goblins and ghouls energized for dancing. Bayville Intermediate School children had their photos taken in a Halloween scene as mementoes of the evening.

At LVI, former Board member Carl Friedrich and SEPTA Co-President Rebecca Glavin made sure that children with allergies were able to partake in the treats. They handed out snacks that accommodated a variety of allergies.  If you would like to provide allergy safe treats on Halloween, you can place a teal pumpkin by your door to alert trick-or-treaters that you have non-food treats such as stickers. Teal is the color that represents allergy awareness.

Bayville Intermediate School Slideshow:


Locust Valley Intermediate Slideshow