The line includes adaptive and sensory-friendly outfits and coordinating wheelchair covers.
Michael Ertel resigned from his position after photos emerged of his 2005 Halloween costume.
The R&B icon said Queen Bey's tribute was "super sweet."
The barefoot driver "became unruly" and had to be detained, the Pasco County Sheriff's Office said.
The children, ages 14 and 5, are both recovering.
“I don’t know what to say."
The Middleton School District superintendent has since apologized for the images and vowed to investigate the matter.
Not everyone was taken in by this year's prank.
The reality star has since apologized for using the offensive term.
Three-year-old Parker Curry's outfit comes with a heartwarming backstory.
The host called this kid's reaction "high end" in a plea for parents' "I ate your candy" videos.
Heidi Klum, Beyoncé, Justin Timberlake and LeBron James were among the famous who embraced the spooky holiday with their wild outfits.
"Some people aren't pretending to be monsters."
"This is a brazen effort to boost sales by the American Egg Board."
"I'm not about to get shot for some candy," the "Daily Show" host said.
Host Loni Love, who channeled Oprah, called the media mogul a "living legend."
"I can be Doc Brown, and I wear the outfit and wig and not change my skin color," the "Today" host said.
"I’m busy on tour right now or I’d dress up as you: a dumb, racist, and talentless hack,” Griffin replied.
Lara Jean slays. Literally.