Kids’ Night Out
Kids’ Night Out is a fun and popular monthly fundraising and community building event. Once a month, on Friday, we provide pizza, healthy snacks and a movie for the children, while you enjoy a night out without kids. Both kids and adults have a fun evening and the PTA raises money for our important enrichment programs. Projected attendance per event is between 90 and 110.
Admission prices have changed to $15 however no child is turned away for the lack of pay and we are always looking for parent volunteers. Parent volunteers and their children get in free. The event is held in the Multi-Purpose Room from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Registration is now online and we are strongly encouraging everyone to register online as it makes tracking attendance and administration far simpler. You will receive a reminder in your child’s backpack the week before the event. On the reminder you will see a URL to visit (http://chabotkidsnightout.eventbrite.com) to purchase tickets. If you are uncomfortable with online registration and payment, we will still take cash or checks at the door.
Each Kids’ Night Out will be announced in the Chabot Broadcast the week before and week of the event. You will also get a reminder through your room parents.
If you have a child pre-K age, you must be present; we cannot take younger siblings without a parent. If you are volunteering, please note that volunteers are expected to arrive at 5:30 to help with the set-up. We have a wonderful group of dedicated volunteers who make the event fun, and we look forward to welcoming new volunteers.
Please let us know if your child has food allergies or any other special needs we need to accommodate or be aware of.
An adult must sign the child in, and provide us with the phone number is case we need to reach you. If a different adult will pick up the child, we will need her/his name too. Do not leave your child with us before 6 p.m. We cannot offer childcare before 6 p.m.
Please send a sleeping bag or a blanket with your child, and you can also let them wear their pajamas. Do not send any valuables with your child.
For questions or more information, please contact Clem Bason.