English instructor Jessica Chaintreuil’s three year old son Blake dressed up as a contractor. Blake originally wanted to be a mailman, but the costume was too big. Chaintreuil says he was inspired to be a contractor because they are redoing their back yard and he enjoys supervising.
Math instructor Amanda Kissinger’s son Miles age one, dressed as a tree frog for Halloween.
Six month old Grey is the son of art instructor Chelsea Dean and history instructor Max Duncan. Grey was originally going to be a ladybug, but outgrew the costume and instead dressed up as a skeleton.
Librarian and 7th grade dean Nichole Gomez and her family dressed in Ninja Turtle themed costumes for Halloween. Her four year old son JT was the blue ninja turtle, while her one year old daughter CJ was the orange ninja turtle. Her husband Fernando was the red ninja turtle, and their dogs were pizza slices.
English instructor Brett Quimby with his wife Alyssa and daughter Emerson, who dressed as a duckling for Halloween.
History instructor Annie Brown’s daughter Luna dressed as a butterfly for a Dio de Los Muertos celebration in the Hollywood Forever cemetary.