The Aipusen Annual Middle School Halloween party was held on October 28th. This year saw a group of enthusiastic teachers dress up in some of the best costumes at Aipusen to-date. As always, the students participated in a multitude of activities, including face mask painting, Thriller dancing, and Halloween relay races. It was a great night of festivities for both teachers and students.
This past October 30th and October 31st, Aipusen teachers and staff threw two festive and authentic Halloween parties for some lucky high school students from two different local schools. The costume clad band of Foreign English teachers kicked off the festivities with a little introduction of themselves and a rundown of the party. A creative icebreaker activity of pumpkin carving and face-mask painting got the students’ hands dirty and gave them a chance to get to know the teachers before getting started on the three challenging Halloween English activities the teachers had planned for them. These small group activities included, Halloween Games and Riddles, a Halloween Debate, and Scary Story Telling. Then, everyone came back together to learn a choreographed dance to Michael Jackson’s famous zombie song “Thriller”. To keep the party atmosphere going, students changed into different costumes, did a catwalk, introduced themselves on stage and continued to dance the night away.
All who attended learned a lot about Halloween and are eagerly anticipating the next cultural activity put on by Aipusen.