Halloween is just around the corner, and the majority of high school students are in the awkward stage of being not quite young enough to trick or treat but being not legally old enough to do anything else. With ages ranging from 14 all the way to 18, the plans for South Eugene students differ from grade to grade.
“I plan to dress up as a mafia mob boss and demand as much candy as possible,” said freshman Kian James.
Not everyone had such definitive plans and most were still figuring out what they were going to do.
“I probably will just end up hanging out with friends and might go to a party, but I’m not really sure yet,” said sophomore Chloe Charney.
Tanner Hermanson, also a sophomore, said, “I will most likely meet up with some friends and lay low, but it’s still up in the air.”
For some students, community service will be a part of their Halloween, along with their own plans.
“I’m going to trick or treat for cans of food and donate them to Food For Lane County through NHS and also might end up going to a Halloween party” said junior Avery Ford.
Halloween 2015 seemed to have a common theme of spontaneous plans to get together with friends and then figuring the rest out from there.