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Opinion: Should Halloween parties be held at public schools?


Political correctness is ruining school celebrations once again. It seems like there is at least one story every October in recent years relating to Halloween parties at public schools, says Yahoo! News contributor Tara Dodrill. This morning on Fox and Friends a New Jersey school district announced there would be no getting dressed up in fun costumes and eating cupcakes decorated to look like pumpkins. Parents and students are not taking the decision lightly and registered their displeasure at a recent board meeting. The Springfield Schools Superintendent Michael Davino was kind enough to ask teachers to lessen the homework load on trick-or-treat night so the kids could have fun after school…

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