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High school’s Track or Treat brings community together

Event showcases student activities, teams and clubs

The township high school’s choir club poses for a photo during a past Track or Treat. The tradition began seven years ago.

The township high school hosted its annual Track or Treat on Oct. 28, an event sponsored by its Student Council Executive Board. 

Teachers and event advisor Jaclyn Carey said Track or Treat serves multiple purposes. 

“Our purpose is twofold: one to host a safe and fun trick or treating event for the children of the community, and two, to showcase to the community all the wonderful clubs, organizations, activities and sports teams that Delran High School has to offer and how unified we are as a school,” she noted.

Carey was careful not to term the event annual, since it was on hiatus for two years because of COVID. The even

The tradition began seven years ago, and it is something Carey and her co-advisor are passionate about. 

“My co-advisor Cait Como and I started this event in 2015 to have a safe place for parents to bring children and collect goodies,” Carey said.

She also pointed out that the event is very important to the high school’s reputation of bringing  the Delran community together. 

“It is an event we are very proud of at Delran High School,” Carey added, “allowing all of the community to come and see how amazing our school is.”

Track or Treat drew hundreds of people, many of whom wore costumes and walked around the school football field’s track. 


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