Some elementary school students will not have to wait until Halloween to get their candy fix.
The TCU Staff Assembly, a group of staff representing all areas of the university, will hold a trick-or-treat event today for students from StarPoint School and KinderFrogs School to celebrate Halloween.
Although this will not be the first time for this event, this will be the first year that SuperFrog will make an appearance, a coordinator for the event Doris Wallace said. SuperFrog will be there to help pass out candy and take pictures with the students, she said.
Students will begin at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum and walk along the concourse to receive candy from volunteers at different stations, Wallace said.
There will be over 20 volunteers, including members of the TCU Staff Assembly, who will be dressed up in Halloween costumes while they pass out candy, a coordinator for the event and TCU Athletics Executive Assistant Terri Cain said. The TCU women’s basketball team has also volunteered to help out with the event.
The TCU Assembly expects around 100 students from KinderFrogs and StarPoint to participate in the Halloween festivities, Cain said.
StarPoint and KinderFrogs Halloween Parade
When: 10:30 a.m. today
Where: Daniel-Meyer Coliseum concourse