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Published on October 31, 2017 4:50PM

Oscar Gustafson, a third-grader, worked with his mom to make the special gloves for his Edward Scissorhands costume, based on the character portrayed by Johnny Depp in the 1990 Tim Burton movie. Pacific County children brought Halloween fun to school Tuesday in the form of costumes and classroom activities.

PHOTOS BY NATALIE ST. JOHN/Chinook Observer

Oscar Gustafson, a third-grader, worked with his mom to make the special gloves for his Edward Scissorhands costume, based on the character portrayed by Johnny Depp in the 1990 Tim Burton movie. Pacific County children brought Halloween fun to school Tuesday in the form of costumes and classroom activities.

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Kindergartener Kennedy Byrne dressed as a unicorn for her first Halloween at Long Beach Elementary.

Kindergartener Kennedy Byrne dressed as a unicorn for her first Halloween at Long Beach Elementary.

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Third-grader Garett Swett didn’t wear his mask while class was in session, but the ‘ooze’ he painted on his doctor’s coat still made him look like one very scary doctor.

Third-grader Garett Swett didn’t wear his mask while class was in session, but the ‘ooze’ he painted on his doctor’s coat still made him look like one very scary doctor.

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Zombie bride and first-grader Adalyn Kary, left, practiced making scary faces with her classmate Juniper Huntley-Stern, a zombie Junior Ranger.

Zombie bride and first-grader Adalyn Kary, left, practiced making scary faces with her classmate Juniper Huntley-Stern, a zombie Junior Ranger.

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