Spooky Books


Gracie Robinson, Staff

Students in teacher Michael Mullis’ classroom created scary spell-books during October.
As the first week of October was approaching, Mullis and paraprofessional Christine Skinner wanted to do a project with their students.
Students glued fake eyeballs, letters of the alphabet and cobwebs onto the books to make them look scary.
Four students enjoyed doing something different in the class.
“It changes things up and provides an opportunity to try something new,” Mullis said.
Students worked on this project throughout October after they finished their everyday assignments.