Treats and No Tricks

At Home For Your Heart we celebrate Halloween with lots of treats, parties, and games.  There will be no tricks from our school!  We had a day (some of us had a whole week) of costume fun.

This morning the staff was ready to go with each team sporting their costume ideas.  The Toddler Time and Jumpstart team went with the popular song, "Baby Shark" (Do-Do-Do-Do-Do...).  The Preschool team were silly Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head.  The Pre-K had Cruella De Vil and her dalmatian puppies; and the admin team were cute, cuddly, straight-out-of-the-80's Care Bears.

This morning preschool and pre-k had a morning meeting where the students were able to parade around the gym to show everyone their costumes. We saw a police man, a ghost buster, lots of princesses, super heroes, and so many more.  As the students walked around they received treats in their treat bags from some of the HFYH and Blue Grass Church staff. 

After the morning meeting, each class started their own classroom parties with games, Halloween themed snacks, and cute crafts.

Toddler Time and Jumpstart had their parties this week too.  They had parents join in the fun at the end of their morning.  There were games of toss, a toilet paper game, and bowling. They also had a lot of good food to snack on.

The day ended with a lot of tired students...and teachers too.  We had a great time celebrating the Halloween holiday today!  We hope your children enjoyed as much as we did! 

HFYH Boo Bash

Last Thursday evening we had our Boo Bash family event.  This event took place of our typical fall fundraiser of selling a items to our friends and family. We are happy to announce that it was a great success!  We had over 75 families from our school and community join us on Thursday.  It was a night of Halloween fun!

We had dancing with a local DJ who did a great job at keeping everyone out on the dance floor.  At one point a Minion joined in the dancing. He got the crowd going and started a train around the gym.  If the kids wanted a break from all the dancing, we had games with prizes for them to play.  There was a pumpkin toss and a pumpkin pick-up game (similar to the duck game). When families needed a refreshment, there were snacks of popcorn, pretzels, goldfish, and Oreos, along with lemonade and water to drink.  We also had a photo booth to catch all your Boo Bash memories 

We had a fantastic time at the Boo Bash and we hope you did too.  If you were unable to make it this year, no worries, we are already talking and planning next year's Boo Bash.  Thank you to everyone who came this year and made it a huge success.  Your support means the world to us!

Here are some pictures we captured from the night: