Bentley Community Schools was honored to host the City of Burton’s Trick or Treat Trail on Saturday, October 29. The impressive turn out from the community is a point of pride for Bentley.
Many Bentley teachers showed up to support the community. Barhitte’s Cheryl Blosser, Marla Cobb, Amy Gussie and Patricia Camp were there representing the Bulldogs and greeting the many Bentley students who participated. Meanwhile, Dawn Anderson and Laura Sturgess were able to experience the trick or treating with their own children.
Afterwards our own National Honor Society and Robotics students volunteered to assist with the clean up.
Superintendent Chris Arrington stated “The Halloween Trick or Treat Trail was a huge success for the parents and children of our community! Burton Parks & Recreation did a great job organizing such a fun and positive event. I know Ms. Bette Bigsby and her crew worked many hours behind the scenes to make this event so meaningful. One of our Board of Education members, Ms. Angie Jackson also deserves a huge pat on the back for helping bring this event to our campus and for reaching out to Bentley National Honor Society Students to help do the behind the scenes work. It was heartwarming to see our students, teachers, Board members, parents and kids sharing smiles on our campus. I can’t thank Burton Parks and Recreation enough for putting this together!”