Midnight Memories

October 7, 2022

Midnight+Memories

Memories are a huge part of our lives. We automatically smile when we look at albums and videos from when were younger. Memories remind us of who we were, and who we are now. Bad memories do exist, but they just remind us of how strong we are. Being October, I thought it would be fun to take a quick trip down memory lane of some of CCHS’ teachers and students to find out what their best Halloween memory was.

Teachers:

The first Teacher I Interviewed was Mrs. Dunn. Mrs. Dunn teaches World History and AP World History: Modern. Mrs. Dunn has 5 years of teaching experience of which 2 came from  Capital City.

1) On a scale of 1-5, how much would you rate Halloween?

“I think Halloween is a 3 or a 4. It’s a fun holiday, but definitely not the best.”

2) What is your favorite Halloween memory?

“My favorite Halloween memory is trick-or-treating with my younger brother. Our mom made grilled cheese most years because it was an easy meal that would let us go out as early as possible. We’d walk as much of our neighborhood as possible and swap candy at the end of the night.”

3) What do you plan on doing this year for Halloween?

“I plan on staying home, maybe watching a scary movie (if my husband can convince me to watch one; I hate scary movies), and passing out candy to trick-or-treaters.”

The next teacher I interviewed was Miss Churchill who teaches Geometry and Algebra 2. She started subbing here at Capital City last year and this is her 2nd time being a long-term substitute.

 1) On a scale of 1-5, how much would you rate Halloween?

“4 (I really enjoy the candy and costumes.)”

2) What is your favorite Halloween memory?

“My favorite Halloween memory is decorating the house for Halloween with my family every year when I was growing up. My father is very into Halloween, so it was always a big production–webs, lights, fog machines, etc.”

3) What do you plan on doing this year for Halloween?

“My plan for this year is to watch Halloween movies on Disney+ and pass out candy to trick-or-treaters”

Students:

The first student I interviewed was Jacinda Espinosa. Jacinda is a sophomore at  Capital City and her hobbies include wrestling and MMA.

1) On a scale of 1-5, how much would you rate Halloween?

“5”

2) What is your favorite Halloween memory?

“My favorite Halloween memory is dancing at my friend’s house and eating candy after we’d scare my little brother so hard he started crying.”

3) What do you plan on doing this year for Halloween?

“I think I’m going to go to a few haunted houses and stay up watching horror movies.”
Samantha Clack is a sophomore at Capital City. She likes to sing, watch Netflix, hang out with her friends and walk around town.

1) On a scale of 1-5, how much would you rate Halloween?

“5, 100% I love Halloween.”

2) What is your favorite Halloween memory?

“My favorite Halloween memory was going to five below, getting a bunch of candy, going to my old elementary school, and messing around.”

3) What do you plan on doing this year?

“My plan for Halloween this year is to go to my friends’ houses and either dress up and take pictures or have a sleepover, watch a scary movie, and pass out candy.”

The next student I interviewed was Remi Taniguchi. Remi is a junior and likes watching movies and reading books.

1) On a scale of 1-5, how much would you rate Halloween?

“3”

Remi doesn’t have a favorite memory yet as this is her first year celebrating Halloween. She is going to dress up as a witch this year.


Whatever you’re planning to do this Halloween, make sure to take a ton of pictures. So you can look back and relive all those amazing moments. Learn to make every moment count, it will never come back. Have a Happy Halloween! Make some good memories, no matter when no matter what.

 

 

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