Pumpkin patch pops up at John Lewis Childs School

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Pumpkin patch pops up at John Lewis Childs School

In celebration of the autumn season and upcoming Halloween holiday, the schoolyard at John Lewis Childs School transformed into a pumpkin patch from Oct. 27-28.

Pre-K to second-grade students were invited to visit the patch, which was set up beneath an outdoor tent and decorated with scarecrows, hay and corn stalks.

Once the students selected their perfect pumpkin, they headed over to another tent that had two tables offering stickers and spooky masks. PTA members were stationed to help the students pick out their decorations, which would be used to personalize their pumpkins once they got back to the classroom.

Remote kindergartners, first-graders and second graders were also invited to pick out pumpkins at the patch after school hours.

John Lewis Childs School second grade class is pictured at the pumpkin patch.

 

John Lewis Childs School second graders Henry Anderson, left, and Layla Orellana are pictured with their pumpkins.
John Lewis Childs School second graders, from left, Katherine Garcia Benitez, Gabriella Bencosme and Nola Ryan are pictured with their pumpkins.

 

Photos courtesy of the Floral Park-Bellerose Union Free School District

 

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