Spooktacular Scavenger Hunt

Halloween is upon us, and with it comes the promise of sweet treats around every corner. Although this year may look a little different at Savannah High School, FCCLA wants to make it as normal as possible for its students. Savannah High has always taken pride in the school coming together for Halloween, this year is no different. 

FCCLA is hosting its first annual Halloween Scavenger Hunt. FCCLA would like to invite the Savannah High student body to join in on the fun on Wednesday, Oct. 28 starting at 6 p.m. This scavenger hunt will be around the school and every clue will be within walking distance. The scavenger hunt will be Halloween themed. The entry fee will be a non perishable food item for the campus cupboard at the high school. FCCLA hopes this will bring the student body a fun time in an unusual year. 

“FCCLA wanted to come up with a way to allow students to have a little Halloween fun this year, while keeping social distancing in mind. The event will also benefit campus cupboard with entry being the donation of a prepackaged/canned food. Our event is sort of a scavenger hunt and trick-or-treat all in one,” FCCLA sponsor Ms. Rachel Livesay said.  

FCCLA hopes that it will be a fun and safe activity for the student body. Junior and President of FCCLA, Khia Haley, thinks this will be a fun thing to do with the whole school

“I think if we advertise and Ms. Livesay talks to her FACS classes we will have a great turn out! Since it is open to the whole school I hope some people will come and enjoy a scavenger hunt with some friends,” Haley said. 

Haley hopes to see many new faces interested in FCCLA and ready to have fun. FCCLA would like to use this opportunity to get new members as well. Vice President junior Madilynn Kessler is really looking forward to seeing new faces interested in FCCLA. 

“I think it will be a really fun time and I hope most people from the community show up,” Kessler said.

FCCLA hopes to see the Savannah Student body for a fun time on Wednesday, Oct. 28 at 6 p.m.