Highlights from Trunk or Treat 2021
November 1, 2021
We created a game where the children could throw a ball into a bucket with their favorite type of books. It was so much fun to see what books the children liked and to be able to interact with younger members of the community.”
— Avery Horn, Associate Editor at DHS' Literary Magazine (Current)
Everyone was there for the kids, and we were super united as a school. It was extremely unique because we have never done it before, and I think we might’ve gotten a new school tradition! ”
— Ruthie Miller, Junior Class Officer
Trunk or Treat was a highly publicized and anticipated initiative by DHS’ community council. The event occurred in DHS’ parking lot Halloween afternoon, aiming to provide a safe, enclosed trick-or-treat experience. Every club, sport team, honor society, and organization at or connected to DHS was invited to participate. Each group set up a car with candy, decorations, and activities related to their mission or purpose. In the end, thirty six organizations and hundreds of kids participated. Trunk or Treat was a major success, highly enjoyable for everyone.