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Like many holidays, Halloween has religious underpinnings. And a Pennsylvania school principal told parents that those religious roots are one reason why the school won't be holding any parades with kids in costume this year.
Children at a suburban Philadelphia elementary school won't get to celebrate Halloween this year because officials have decided the holiday may have "religious overtones."