ECC saddened by the past, but celebrates Halloween with dress-up day

Posted November 7, 2012 at 2:58 pm


Although Halloween brought back many sad memories for the faculty and staff at the Early Childhood Center, students continued their activites with the focus being on safety. “The students here at ECC are very special to us and we want to continue helping them in all ways possible even when school is not in session,” Principal Tina Langford said.

Their activites included a safety talk presented by Clinton County Sheriff’s Deputy Josh Asberry. Other activities included face painting, pumpkin walk, musical chairs, snacks, spooky walk, and a hay ride. Students also enjoyed the many costumes from the vocational school students as they came over to pass out treat bags and read Halloween stories. ECC thanks Chris Shelton and all of our families for their help and support.