PACS to host Ghoul Fest Dance


John Allemang

GRIPPINGLY, a sign in the main lobby highlights everything Ghoul Fest.

Logan Wright, Staff Writer

With the absence of the Haunted Courtyard, students will be looking for another way to get a scare.

Fortunately, they don’t have to look far.  PACS is hosting the first ever Ghoul Fest Dance, a Glow-in-the-dark Halloween themed dance, on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. in the cafeteria.

The cost is $15 a person or $25 a couple, so if you have a boo, you get a discount.

Students are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes and/or glow outfits. But no masks are allowed!  Face paint is permitted, though.

There will be Brusters milkshakes, Chick-fil-a, and drinks FOR FREE.

Students can get their pictures taken in the photo booth.

Art Club will be there to do special effects (scars, cuts, etc.).

Also, a $100 prize will be awarded to whoever has the best costume.

When asked if they missed the Haunted Courtyard, senior Mackenzie Volpatti said, “I’m mad, I enjoyed the Haunted Courtyard after Friday night home football games. It also got me in the spooky mood for Halloween.”

“Yes, because I did make up for the Haunted Courtyard,” said senior Julia Mascaro.

When asked if they’ll attend the dance, junior Parker Loera said, “No, but if you are going, have a good time.”

Senior Luke Surunis said, “Undecided, but I’m curious to the see the turnout, could be a thing, just got to wait and see.”