Here’s something you didn’t know yesterday.
School Nurse Lisa Carey’s favorite costume ever was a ghost she made herself and her favorite trick-or-treating candy was Tootsie Rolls.
Mrs. Howell’s favorite costume was the Grim Reaper and her preferred candy is Reese’s Cup.
Mrs. Montevecchi’s favorite costume was a superhero get-up involving a sparkly cape, while her favorite candy is also the Reese’s Cup.
That said, if/when you’re handing out candy on Halloween, keep these tips in mind:
The child who is grabbing more than one piece of candy may have poor fine motor skills.
The child who does not say “trick or treat” or “please” or “thank you” may be nonverbal.
The child who is looks disappointed when they see your bowl may have allergies or be diabetic.
The child who is isn’t wearing a costume at all may have a sensory issue or autism.
Be nice. Be patient. We are all welcome. The Hannah Community includes all of us.