Staying Safe During Halloween

Staying Safe During Halloween

Viktoria Korolenko, Staff Writer

Halloween is one of the most enjoyable nights of the year, yet it’s also one of the most dangerous. Although Halloween can be fun, you should always keep these tips in mind. 


  • Stay with someone

Whether it’s your parents or your friend, trick or treating with someone could save your life. 


  • Homemade candy 

While candy rarely gets tampered with, try not to accept homemade treats from strangers. This tip could potentially save your life. Homemade treats could have ingredients that are harmful to you, which could be fatal. 


  • Keep your Cell Phone on you!

Your Cell Phone could help you in a countless amount of situations. And although those situations may not occur, it’s always better to be safe than sorry!


  • Follow the rules of the road

Remember to always look both ways before crossing while trick or treating! It may be dark out, so cars might be harder to see, just make sure you look both ways. 


  1.  Never enter a home or car for a treat

Entering someone’s home can be extremely dangerous, especially if you don’t know that person. Entering someone’s car can be even more dangerous because of all the possibilities. So try to accept the candy only in the doorway!


Halloween is quite the night, But the most important thing is your safety! Remember these tips to keep your night fun, and safe!