Trinity Hall Celebrates Another Spooktacular Halloween | Monarch Media

Trinity Hall does not take Halloween lightly! The students were excited to show off their creative costumes and participate in the annual Halloween costume contest. Contestants in the five different categories for students showed off their Halloween spirits. The winners of this year’s contest for funniest group costume were Danielle Connors ‘27, Julia McCarthy ‘27 and Maeve Bradley ‘27,  sporting comical golfer attire. Another winning costume was the sophomore Lorax group, a sight to see with bright orange mustaches.
“After our win last year we wanted to try and win again so we decided to speak for the trees,” said Lorax group member Sands Webber.
Another fan favorite was sophomore Winnie Popham who dressed as Patrick Bateman. The faculty showed outstanding Halloween spirit with their vampire costumes, especially the math teachers who showed off the Count Dracula-themed costumes. 
Mrs. Lambrou said, “The great idea came about from Mrs. Danielczyk who connected our love for math with a whimsical way to represent the faculty theme of vampires. Being the Count from Sesame Street was fun because we all picked numbers that we could also add the famous ‘Ah, Ah , Ah’ laugh to. It was especially fun for Mrs. Sadowski to be the number ‘e’, and it was great how Mr. Polivka even had the recognizable headwear. Overall, we were thrilled to be part of the community, and the group win was one for the math books.” 
Mrs. Straine was also honored for the scariest faculty costume and Mr. Winchell, Ms. Sierra, and Mrs. Orrico were commended for the makeup of their costumes. Mr. Winchell’s painted head was a perfect representation of the Trinity Hall-oween spirit.
The seniors deserved a special shoutout for putting together a creative and fun grade-wide costume. The whole grade participated in dressing up as characters and minions from Despicable Me with yellow face paint and large-eyed goggles. Seniors even dressed as the characters of Gru, Vector and Dr. Nefario for a fun addition to the group's theme.
“The minion costume took a lot of collaboration. The whole grade contributed suggestions for the costume and I created a Google form for people to choose” said Senior Class President Hannah Blauvelt. “Contenders included Stormtroopers, Smurfs and Taylor Swift eras but ultimately minions won the vote. Everyone was super enthusiastic about it and went all out. It was a lot of fun to wear a whole grade costume.” 

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