Miller Place High School students recently collected more than $9,000 to support cancer research during a spook-tacular Halloween-themed dance. The dance was held in memory of Joshua Faithfull, a Miller Place student who passed away in March, 2017, following a rare malignant melanoma of the brain and spinal cord. During the dance students were able to decorate pumpkins, participating in a bean bag toss, face painting, a mummy wrap and more. Students also raffled a Nintendo switch, tickets to a Rangers game and a spa gift card to help raise money to support cancer victims. All of the proceeds from the event were donated to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.