Over 300 people attended the Harvest Festival! Parent volunteers partnered with the school to plan, set up, provide food for, host, and clean up this parent-led event. Adolescents hosted their microeconomy pop-up shop to sell their handmade Cleanspring products. Upper Elementary provided a spooky haunted house experience – for which there was consistently a line out the door! And children young and old enjoyed fall crafts, delicious food, and fun activities such as a bounce house, pony rides, Home Depot crafts, scarecrow making, face painting, pumpkin patch, mini petting zoo, Baltimore County fire truck, and the student-led haunted house. A sweet and spooky time was had by all.

Special thanks to Greenspring parent, Justin Tsucalas, and Greenspring staff members and parents, Sherry White and Tamara S. Balis, for taking such amazing photographs!