Junior Maxx Goldstein sports a banana suit. “I like to eat bananas,” Goldstein joked about his getup.
History teacher Mr. James Shotter wears a potato head costume as a tribute to the famous character in the Oscar-winning film “Toy Story.”
Junior Marti Rose Shanker (left) and senior Mukta Oberoi look strong while wearing their Rosie the Riveter outfits.
Freshman Sammy Lustberg (left) and sophomore Marissa Shapiro show their creativity by sporting complementary Thing 1 and Thing 2 costumes.
Juniors Makaela Corrente (left) and Rachel Weissman pose in their matching bunny costumes. “I loved being able to dress up as my favorite animal, especially with one of my best friends,” said Corrente.
Juniors Bari Yorke (left) and Lauren Dolowich show their school spirit by dressing up as cowgirls for Halloween. “It was an easy costume to put together at the last minute,” said Dolowich.
Senior girls get silly by wearing oversized minion costumes from the popular movie “Despicable Me.” “It was really fun to wear but uncomfortable to sit down in!” said senior Erica Levy.
Junior Brittany Goldstein poses for the camera wearing her Batman shirt. “I finally get to wear the costume I never wore last year,” said Goldstein.
Junior Rebekah Berger shows her fierce side by wearing a leopard jumpsuit.
English teacher Ms. Mellene Hederian and senior Greg Paul planned in advance to dress together as nerds for Halloween. Here they wear their matching “broken” nerd glasses.
Senior Julie Zeitoun dresses in traditional Victorian garb and said she has “always wanted a handmade dress.” The dress was a gift from her mother, and she plans on wearing it for Thanksgiving and Christmas as well.
Junior Blake Wilen waddles down the hallway in her penguin costume.
Thomas Wisker purchased his horse mask online and appears unrecognizable to other students and teachers.
Juniors Evan Birns (left) and Michael Silberg support the New York Knicks by dressing as their favorite basketball players.
Junior Grace Mok dresses as a cat. She said it was easy because she already had a black dress, and she simply added whiskers and handmade cat ears to complete her look.
By CHRISTINE BAE and CHARLOTTE LEIGH Jericho Middle School seventh grader and successful child actress Amanda Swickle recently returned home from a 7 month tour with Broadway’s “Annie the Musical.” A working actress since...
By CHRISTINE BAE and CHARLOTTE LEIGH Jericho Middle School seventh grader and successful child actress Amanda Swickle recently returned home from a 7 month tour with Broadway’s “Annie the Musical.” A working actress since the age of 7, Amanda Swickle has taken the theatre world by storm. She loves the feeling of acting and...