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Kindergartners At Darien's Holmes School Step Out For Costume Parade

Kindergartners, from left, Connor Gonnella, John Hall, Ellery Kraus, Lily Ryan and Jace Tamaye get ready to head outside for the Holmes School annual Halloween parade. Photo Credit: Katie Briggs
Kindergartner Quinn deSpoelberch shows off his Hulk costume at the Holmes School Halloween parade on Monday, Oct. 31. Photo Credit: Katie Briggs
Drew Chua and Calvin Briggs march with their classmates in the Holmes School Halloween parade on Monday, Oct. 31. Photo Credit: Katie Briggs
Assistant Principal Alex Harvey and Principal Paula Bleakley led the annual Kindergarten Halloween parade at the Holmes School on Monday, Oct. 31. Photo Credit: Olivia Cavasina
Kindergartners Nolan Cavasina, Leopold Merkt, Isla Ozanne and Mae Barnard, along with their teacher Maureen Epifano, marched in the Holmes School's annual Halloween parade on Monday, Oct. 31. Photo Credit: Olivia Cavasina

DARIEN, Conn. -- The kindergartners at Holmes Elementary School in Darien shared a special day on Halloween.

All four kindergarten classes presented the annual Halloween Music Program to parents and teachers followed by an outdoor costume parade on the playground.

From Batmans and Spidermans to Elsas and Dorys, the kindergartners marched in front of the rest of the schools’ classrooms and teachers as well as attending parents and siblings, who happily cheered them on as Halloween-themed music played in the background, according to a release from Holmes Elementary School.

The annual parade was led by Principal Paula Bleakley and Assistant Principal Alex Harvey, who really showed their age in matching grandma and grandpa costumes, the release said.

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