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Agassiz schools are a real scream

Students at two Agassiz schools were busy this week preparing their schools for Halloween on Monday.

At ACE, the basement was once again turned into a haunted house. Among the decorations is a hanging "Bob," the school's mascot. ACE students decorated the basement of their school last year as well, collecting donations at the door.

And at Kent elementary school, students in Mrs. Gallamore's class were busy organizing a haunted house this week as well. However, those students created a non-scary house as well, for those in primary grades.

Outside visitors are welcome at the ACE haunted house. Administrator Sandy Balascak said that large groups should call in advance to book a time. The haunted house will be open between noon and 2:30 p.m. Monday.

 

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