WCHCS celebrates Halloween 2018


Washington Court House City Schools held the second annual Trunk-Or-Treat event on Wednesday evening at the Washington Middle School. Though the rain forced the event inside, many businesses from the community and employees of the school were on hand to pass out candy to the hundreds of children who had gathered.

Washington Court House City Schools held the second annual Trunk-Or-Treat event on Wednesday evening at the Washington Middle School. Though the rain forced the event inside, many businesses from the community and employees of the school were on hand to pass out candy to the hundreds of children who had gathered.


Jan Bihl — a teacher at Belle Aire — and Cherry Hill “Little Lion” Brandelyn Jenkins talked with many patrons during the event.


Washington Middle School students Grace Bailey and Trinity Smith, as well as Washington High School student Taylor Smith, enjoyed passing candy out to the many kids at the event.


Washington High School teacher Louis Reid went all out with his Minion costume for the Trunk-Or-Treat event.


Washington Court House City Schools held the second annual Trunk-Or-Treat event on Wednesday evening at the Washington Middle School. Though the rain forced the event inside, many businesses from the community and employees of the school were on hand to pass out candy to the hundreds of children who had gathered.

Jan Bihl — a teacher at Belle Aire — and Cherry Hill “Little Lion” Brandelyn Jenkins talked with many patrons during the event.

Washington Middle School students Grace Bailey and Trinity Smith, as well as Washington High School student Taylor Smith, enjoyed passing candy out to the many kids at the event.

Washington High School teacher Louis Reid went all out with his Minion costume for the Trunk-Or-Treat event.

Washington Court House City Schools held the second annual Trunk-Or-Treat event on Wednesday evening at the Washington Middle School. Though the rain forced the event inside, many businesses from the community and employees of the school were on hand to pass out candy to the hundreds of children who had gathered.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/10/web1_20181031_174210.jpgWashington Court House City Schools held the second annual Trunk-Or-Treat event on Wednesday evening at the Washington Middle School. Though the rain forced the event inside, many businesses from the community and employees of the school were on hand to pass out candy to the hundreds of children who had gathered.

Jan Bihl — a teacher at Belle Aire — and Cherry Hill “Little Lion” Brandelyn Jenkins talked with many patrons during the event.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/10/web1_20181031_175717.jpgJan Bihl — a teacher at Belle Aire — and Cherry Hill “Little Lion” Brandelyn Jenkins talked with many patrons during the event.

Washington Middle School students Grace Bailey and Trinity Smith, as well as Washington High School student Taylor Smith, enjoyed passing candy out to the many kids at the event.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/10/web1_20181031_180006.jpgWashington Middle School students Grace Bailey and Trinity Smith, as well as Washington High School student Taylor Smith, enjoyed passing candy out to the many kids at the event.

Washington High School teacher Louis Reid went all out with his Minion costume for the Trunk-Or-Treat event.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/10/web1_20181031_180450.jpgWashington High School teacher Louis Reid went all out with his Minion costume for the Trunk-Or-Treat event.