The first-ever Gordon Halloween parade

Kitty cats.

 

Tarantulas.

 

Mimes.

 

Pirates

 

Dumpster fires.

 

Jedi.

 

Beethovens.

 

Pollenators and velociraptors.

 

 

Harrys and Hermiones and a Ruth Bader Ginsberg.

 

Dressing up for Halloween has traditionally been a Middle School privilege, but for this year-like-none-other, all ages were invited to dress up.

 

Tomorrow is parent-teacher conference day, so today had to be the day.

 

Another break with convention: the annual “no Halloween masks” rule has, of course, been suspended.

 

Morning dropoff was one part runway show and one part Comic-Con.

 

When the bell rang, math tests and dance parties began.

 

Gordon@Home students connected online...

 

...and got together for some seasonal fun.

 

Back on campus, there was a quick parade in the rain.

 

Early Childhood gaped at the big kids.
 

Middle Schoolers cheered on the little kids.

 

The adults could sense a new tradition was being born.

 

It was a beautiful day. 

 

Just like every other day.

 

A day of joyful learning at Gordon.

 

Many, many more photos from today

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