Pilot Mountain Elementary School recently held its annual fall festival.
The festival, hosted by the Parent Teacher Organization, serves as a fundraiser for the school.
Each grade level at the school sponsored a booth at the carnival.
“Students enjoyed many different activities such as Football Frenzy, face painting, karaoke, pumpkin bowling, a haunted trail, and more,” the school said in a statement. “Students could win tickets from the games and trade their tickets in for prizes. The festival offered a variety of foods for the students to enjoy such as cotton candy, popcorn, and drinks.”
The festival also hosted several different home-based business. Local home-based businesses were invited to set up booths to sell items, such as bath soaps, essential oils, books, wall decor, clothing, and jewelry.
“Our fall festival was a huge success,” said Principal Alison York. “I am extremely thankful for our wonderful PTO and staff that worked together to provide our students with fun-filled events and activities. I want to also thank our school partners and community members for donating items for the event.”