Costumes were on parade in Sackets Harbor Wednesday for Halloween.
Students from kindergarten through fifth grade walked the halls of Sackets Harbor Central.
Teachers and high school students watched as the younger students showed off their best costumes - from dinosaurs and monsters to princesses and unicorns.
It ended with the kids marching to the gym to see their parents.
"I picked my costume because it look pretty cool and kind of scary," said Christian McKeever, 10 years old.
"I love being in the parade, because it's so fun and you get some candy," said Katelyn Taylor, 7 years old.
"It's just fun having a lot of people laugh at me," said Nick Cocco, 9 years old.
After the parade, the kids enjoyed a reading of a Halloween themed story.