It was a beautiful fall day as students, faculty and staff recently celebrated Lower Merion School District's annual Halloween festivities coming to school and work dressed as masked minions and monsters, superheroes and skeletons, witches and warlocks, and a litany of other creatively costumed characters. The elementary schools held their annual Halloween Parades, much to the delight of the hundreds of parents in attendance at each school. Halloween is not just for the kids, however, as middle and high school students, along with teachers and administrators also got dressed up and shared in the holiday spirit. To view a slideshow of pictures from Halloween at Harriton, click on the image below!
Harriton hosts Halloween Festivities
Harriton alumnus and James Beard Award-winning Chef Alon Shaya to present "Shaya: An Odyssey of Food, My Journey Back to Israel"
School Safety: Statement given by Mr. Copeland at the 2/20/18 Regular Business Board Meeting summarizing District's School Safety Initiatives