PISCATAWAY, NJ – Get ready for a night full of tricks and treats this Friday, Oct. 30 when Piscataway High School’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) club members transform the Anthony Building into a ‘Haunted High School.'
This SPOOKtacular event is for families with children in Grades Pre-K to 5 and will take place between 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. Wear your costume if you dare!
Haunted High School is Piscataway FBLA's first Service Project of the year. Each year on Halloween, FBLA teams up with other clubs to turn the High School into a ‘Haunted High School’ and to host a safe, fun Halloween event for local children. Each club involved in Haunted High School competes to create the most popular, scariest room in the High School. With help from club members, Piscataway FBLA has won this competition multiple times.
The minimum donation to attend is $2 per child and all proceeds from Haunted High School go to the March of Dimes. The mission of the March of Dimes is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.
In the 2014-2015 year, the Piscataway FBLA raised over $650 in profit for March of Dimes, $200 more than the previous year.
About Piscataway FBLA
Short for Future Business Leaders of America, FBLA is one of the largest clubs in Piscataway High School. Averaging nearly 100 members each year, Piscataway FBLA attracts one of the most diverse ranges of students of any club. Regardless of career goals, FBLA accepts all members who wish to join and provides them with important skills such as leadership experience, marketing knowledge, management skills, financial literacy, and a plethora of other important life skills, regardless of career.
To learn more about Piscataway FBLA, click here.