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St. Croix Central Elementary students from Mrs. Hooverson’s first-grade class show off their Halloween costumes during the annual Halloween Parade down Roberts’ Main Street on Friday, Oct. 31. (Photo by Sarah Young)1 / 18
Somerset elementary employees Jennifer Jahner (elementary office aide), Sammi Wolff (elementary health care provider), Lisa Hohler (elementary office secretary) and Dr. Chris Kamrath (principal) clown around as the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. (Photo by Sarah Young) 2 / 18
This was one of the more unique costumes at the St. Croix Central Elementary Halloween Parade in Roberts on Friday, Oct. 31. (Photo by Sarah Young)3 / 18
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Hillside Elementary fifth-graders show off their decorated pumpkins during the school’s annual pumpkin display on Friday, Oct. 31. (Photo by Jordan Willi)10 / 18
A pair of Hillside Elementary fifth-graders show off their decorated pumpkins, in the shapes of Olaf from “Frozen” and a gumball machine, during the school’s annual pumpkin display on Friday, Oct. 31. (Photo by Jordan Willi)11 / 18
Hillside Elementary fifth-graders show off their decorated pumpkins, in the shapes of a bag of popcorn and a Packers fan, during the school’s annual pumpkin display on Friday, Oct. 31. (Photo by Jordan Willi)12 / 18
Paperjack Elementary students walked around the halls of the school in their Halloween costumes while their parents and families took pictures and video on Friday, Oct. 31. (Photo by Jordan Willi)13 / 18
Students at Paperjack Elementary dressed as ninjas, skeletons and princesses for the school’s annual Halloween parade on Friday, Oct. 31. (Photo by Jordan Willi)14 / 18
Starr Elementary students dressed as a variety of characters for the school’s Halloween parade, including ninjas, princesses, vampires, dinosaurs and superheroes, on Friday, Oct. 31. (Photo by Jordan Willi)15 / 18
Parents and families lined the halls of Starr Elementary to watch the students walk down the hall playing musical instruments during the school’s Halloween Parade on Friday, Oct. 31. (Photo by Jordan Willi)16 / 18
Students from St. Mary School dressed up in their Halloween costumes and performed Halloween songs for the residents of the Deerfield in New Richmond on Friday, Oct. 31. (Photo by Jordan Willi)17 / 18
Residents at the Deerfield in New Richmond got the chance to enjoy Halloween songs sung by a group of students from St. Mary School on Friday, Oct. 31. (Photo by Jordan Willi) 18 / 18

Area schools celebrated Halloween on Friday, Oct. 31 with costume parades, pumpkin displays and a lot of other fun activities. 

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