Maria Mendoza Toribio, a fourth-grader at Yoshikai Elementary School, poses in her Snow White costume during lunch. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Students and staff at Yoshikai Elementary School went all-out for Halloween, with dozens of princesses, animals, superheroes and book characters in costume.

Fifth-graders Jordan Jefferson, left, and Saiya Sampson, said they'd planned to dress as unicorns but decided today they'd rather be bunnies. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Alyssa Charles shows off her mermaid scale makeup while lining up for lunch. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Clariza Torres, left, decided to dress in matching fruit costumes with her friend Jocelyn Gonzalez. Torres is a strawberry and Gonzale is a pineapple. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Yoshikai Elementary teachers got in on the Halloween fun. From left to right: Krista McIntosh as Wonder Woman, Sarah Whitfield as book character Mrs. Tibbets, Jennifer Buckle as a Minion, Elizabeth Hynes as scientist Mary Anning and Gordon Mendez as Capt. Jack Sparrow. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Gov. Kate Brown joined hundreds of Salem children and families for a Halloween walk from Fairmount Park to her home at Mahonia Hall. She was dressed as a rafter.

Gov. Kate Brown poses with a girl dressed as Wonder Woman during a Halloween parade. (Aubrey Wieber/Salem Reporter)

After school, families lined up outside South Salem High School to trick-or-treat through the halls.

High school students decide on a theme for their door in the hallway and compete for votes from the trick-or-treaters, with the best decorated door earning a pizza party.

Trick-or-treaters wait for South Salem High School to open. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Candy waiting to be passed out sits in leadership teacher Kathy August's office. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

South Salem juniors Avery Hadley, left, Owen Fortey, Alistair Heringer and Caleb Wren post in front of their redneck-themed door. Heringer said he chose the theme because "We didn't have to buy anything." (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Students in costume flood into South Salem past a Batman-themed room. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Students dressed as ancient Greeks pass out candy. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Senior Kudzai Kapurura, right, passes out candy (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Jell-O eyeballs were among the treats offered at a South Salem bake sale, which raised funds for water projects in developing countries. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Senior Annie Flood bought a prosthetic foot from Shriners Hospital for Children for the full Jaws effect at a beach-themed door. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)