Once Halloween is over and candy wrappers are cleared out, many parents are left wondering what exactly to do with those Halloween costumes they know won't fit next year.
Catalayah Elementary School has an idea.
This week, school counselor Julie McComb shared an idea she picked up from another area school.
She said the school welcomes donated children's costumes as every year, "there are students who are upset because they have no costume to wear."
She hopes to keep a variety of costumes, in a variety of sizes, on hand for these students to choose from each year.
Costumes, "nothing scary or skimpy," can be dropped off at Catalayah Elementary School any time before 3:30 p.m.