Halloween at Cerritos Flooded with Spirits
The day of Halloween kicked off with the annual Costume Contest and Pumpkin Carving Contest, presented by ASCC.
Costume Contest winners
Judge’s Favorite - Gregory Woodard as a member of Run DMC
Funniest Costume - Tiffany Avery as Sister Mary Clarence from Sister Act
Scariest Costume - Priscilla for Dia de los Muertos inspired costume
Franco’s Entourage - Javier Ortiz and Stephanie Garcia as Bob and Linda from Bob’s Burgers
Pumpkin Carving Contest winner
The Robotics Club
Following the ASCC events, Public Affairs hosted the second annual Halloween Office Decorating Contest. Once again, the competition for this year’s Halloween Office Decorating Contest
was steep! 10 offices participated, including:
Admissions and Records
Center for Teaching Excellnece
Educational Partnership Program
The ASCC student judges, were blown away by the level of creativity and attention to detail that went into the office competition. This year, there were more staffers dressed in costumes than last year with 79 participants (87 including Public Affairs and the Foundation).
Spookiest – CTX and Financial Aid. Both teams received perfect scores.
Most Creative – Community Education received a perfect score, and holds its reign as campus champions of creativity.
·Honorable Mention: Academic Affairs was (1) one point behind Community Education.
·Competitive scores for creativity also went to Admissions and Records and Counseling
Office with the Most Staff in Costumes – Financial Aid
·Honorable Mentions: Career Services and Counseling
The Halloween bunnies and wolf of Economic Development/Foundation/Public Affairs thank
you for participating!