Students and Staff at La Fe Preparatory School (LFPS) are set to hold their annual Children’s Halloween Parade Friday morning. The school’s students — all wearing their costumes — will Trick-or-Treat at the Armijo Public Library and throughout La Fe’s South El Paso campus from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
The Pre-K through Eighth-grade students will visit the La Fe Central Clinic, the La Fe Women’s Health Clinic, and the La Fe Child and Adolescent Wellness Center’s medical unit and its Culture and Technology Center. Each of these facilities is within two-blocks of the LFPS.
La Fe’s nurses, doctors, social workers, artists, and other staff members will welcome the children with Halloween treats and decor.
Later in the school day, at 1 p.m., the children will take part in a costume contest at the LFPS cafeteria.
The LFPS is a public, dual-language immersion charter school based in the heart of El Paso’s historic Segundo Barrio. Most of the school’s nearly 300 students come from low-income South El Paso families.
The school offers its Pre-K through Eighth-grade students a thematic-unit based curriculum that focuses on arts, culture, and technology. Parents of the school’s children also receive access to the La Fe South El Paso Campus’ adult-learning resources
Author: La Fe Preparatory School