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RHS Hosts Annual ADoorAble Doors Trick-or-Treating Event

RHS hosted its annual ADoorAble Doors trick-or-treating event for young children and those with disabilities at the high school on Saturday, Oct. 21.

RHS successfully hosted its annual ADoorAble Doors trick-or-treating event for young children and those with disabilities at the high school on Saturday, Oct. 21.

“ADoorAble Doors is a wonderful event that brings our school community together. I am always so proud of everyone involved in the event,” said Humanities Supervisor Brienne Valvano, the event organizer.

Many members of the school community have expressed their gratitude for the annual event. It allows young children to gain early trick-or-treating experience. It also makes trick-or-treating accessible for those who may be unable to participate on Halloween night.

This year,  members of high school clubs and sports decorated their assigned classroom doors with Halloween- and movie-based themes, including Barbie, The Wizard of Oz, The Mummy and Encanto. The participants also matched their costumes to their door themes.

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“I love seeing everyone’s costumes and being able to make this a cool Halloween project at school,” said Emma Carothers, public relations officer of the Drama Club.

Prior to the event, each door’s proposed design was voted on during a meeting to ensure that everyone would be satisfied with the collective final product. The decorating phase couldn’t help but bring club and sports team members and faculty closer together, as creating such intricate doors was not a quick nor easy task.

“My favorite part about ADoorAble Doors is engaging with parts of the community that we wouldn’t get to talk to,” said Aydan Salim, president of the Black Student Union (BSU).

In addition to helping trick-or-treaters load up on loot, ADoorAble Doors also helped promote participating high school clubs and sports, whose members happily conversed with trick-or-treaters regarding their groups.

“I love watching the Randolph High School community interact with all members of the Randolph education system,” said Business Teacher Martel Roberts, who advises the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Club and attended with her group.  

The smiles on community members’ faces were infectious, as some clubs really got into character. Laughter was heard down every hall. All in all, everyone involved seemed to have an amazing time. “Just seeing everyone walk around it just makes me so happy to see them having fun,” said Dance Outreach member Julie Denison. “I am very happy that I could be a part of this.”

About the Contributor
Jiah Shah
Jiah Shah, Staff Reporter
Jiah Shah is a freshman and a staff reporter for Rampage. She is enrolled in Journalism 1 with Mrs. Finnell. Jiah enjoys writing in her free time and often writes poems to clear her mind. Jiah is enrolled in a few clubs including Key Club, Literature Club, and Literature Magazine. Her other hobbies include playing with her dog, baking, and listening to her grandmother’s stories.
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