ECLA Jack O’ Lantern Contest 2016!

On Thursday, October 28th, EC Los Angeles held it’s annual Jack O’ Lantern making contest! Each classroom received a pumpkin and a carving kit and competed for the top prize!

 

“What is a Jack O’ Lantern?” you might ask. Well, a Jack O’ Lantern is a lantern made by scooping out the guts of a pumpkin and carving into it. Traditionally, we put the Jack O’ Lanterns in front of our houses and light a candle inside. The pumpkin then glows and becomes a light source.

 

This year, we had so many wonderful entries, it was difficult to choose just one winner. Instead, we have prizes for Scariest Pumpkin, Most Creative Pumpkin and Overall Best Pumpkin.

Congratulations to our Intermediate 3 class for having the winning pumpkin! The class won a Pizza Party!!

The winning class.
Intermediate 3’s class had the best pumpkin! They won a Pizza Party.

 

Check out the photos below to see what this year’s EC Los Angeles students made!

 

ECLA Jack O' Lanterns!
Some of the pumpkins carved by ECLA students!
ECLA Jack O' Lanterns!
Some of the pumpkins carved by ECLA students!
ECLA Jack O' Lanterns!
Some of the pumpkins carved by ECLA students!
ECLA Jack O' Lanterns!
Some of the pumpkins carved by ECLA students!

 

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