Students, staff, clients and childcare children dressed as ghosts, vampires, witches and even a hot dog on Thursday to celebrate a spooktacular Halloween at ISSofBC.
ISSofBC locations from across the Lower Mainland took part in the celebration each hosting events from costume contests to pumpkin carving.
The ISS Language and Career College of BC (LCC) hosted a number of activities from cookie decorating to the annual costume contest at the Terminal office.
“Both teachers and students dressed up in great costumes. Everybody had lots of fun and there were many prizes and candy given out,” said Sandra Carignan LCC Instructional Coordinator.
Costumes included witches, angels, zombies and even the English Language Police.
ISSofBC childcare children at Terminal also had the opportunity to celebrate by trick or treating at program offices such as Skills Connect for Immigrants, Building Together and the office of CEO Patricia Woroch.