Students from school number 34 visited Fraternity Row at the University of Rochester to join in on Halloween celebrations.
U of R fraternity and sorority members decorated six fraternity houses and invited students to enjoy dancing and other activities. Students also took turns wrapping their hosts in toilet paper as part of the 'mummy wrap'.
The University of Rochester believes the event is a good experience for the children and the students.
"It's a little different seeing elementary school kids running around campus today but it's really good. We try to build a lot of connections with the City of Rochester, particularly with the schools here. So, to be able to bring in people from school 34 and to do a program like this, it's a really great opportunity both for them and our students," said John Disarro, director of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs at U of R.
This was University of Rochester's third annual "Greek or Treat" event.