Movie Night Dec. 7: “Home Alone”

Movie Night Dec. 7: “Home Alone”

The next Sequoia Movie Night is Friday, Dec. 7, with a showing of “Home Alone” (rated PG). Parents can check in and drop off their children between 5:30 and 6:15 p.m. and pick up by 8 p.m. in the auditorium. A dinner of hot dogs, fruit, veggies and popcorn is included. The cost is $5 per child.

Movie Night is open to all Sequoia students and their siblings. Parents can drop off the kids and enjoy a few hours off. Parents are also welcome to stay and join in the fun. Supervised by the volunteers of the Dads’ Club, kids will be safe, secure and guaranteed to have a blast.

Kids are allowed to dress-up in PJs, bring a pillow and a blanket, and stake out a spot on the floor. The cafeteria also be open for eating, playing games, drawing or reading.

After-school program (SHS/CDC) students who would like to participate should make arrangements with the coordinators of those programs. (Permission slips are available with SHS/CDC.)
All TK and Kindergarten students require parent chaperone. All siblings who accompany Sequoia students must sign in and follow the Movie Night rules.

We hope that all students will practice the core Sequoia values of Respect, Compassion, Responsibility and Honesty during the movie. There will be no running, rough play, throwing, taking belongings, climbing, piano or electronics.

All Movie Night attendees must stay inside the event boundaries: auditorium, cafeteria and downstairs hallways. This includes older siblings. Families may be called if children cannot follow the rules.

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