Family Fun Night 2019

Friday, May 3, 2019
school playground and gym
Setup from 4:30 to 5 pm
Fun Night from 5 to 7:30 pm
Teardown from 7:30 to 8 pm

Nashua's classrooms will host 17 free games!  Plus we will have Food Trucks, DJ, Raffle and more!
Game Makers Needed! Sign up at
Game Makers - let us know what game/activity your class will be hosting - email
Game Makers - let us know if you need a table for your game/activity - email
Family Fun Night Game Maker - job description:
  • collect an activity idea or two
      • Safety: if you are not sure if an activity will comply with the school's safety policies, let's run it past Mrs. Stukey first. (For instance, NKCSD prohibits the use of inflatables, i.e., bounce houses).
      • Rain or Shine: if there is inclement weather, activities will be moved inside to the gym, cafeteria and hallways (we'll need to limit the mess).
      • Prizes: you can have prizes at your activity. Ask your teacher to add a request for other parents to send in candy, stickers, small prizes, etc., to their weekly newsletter.
      • Skill Level: consider matching the skill level of your class - that way we'll end up with a variety of activities for kids of varying ages.
      • Avoiding Duplication: send ideas you are considering to; we'll post them in the table above
  • arrange 5-10 minutes to talk with the kids - the purpose is to get the kids excited about their activity and help them feel like it belongs to them. You could have them choose between 2 activities, choose between a couple options of how to run a game you've chosen, ask them if they want prizes, ask them to make posters, etc. If you can't get to the school during the day, coordinate with your teacher so the kids get the info about what their game is.
  • report your class' final activity choice to
  • Game Coordinators will make, set up and tear down the activity, but will not need to stay with the activity during the event
  • Ask your teacher to send home a request (via newsletter, email, etc.) to other parents to donate prizes or other items that your game requires
  • Write and leave a set of instruction at your game so the teens who volunteer to run it know what they are supposed to do
  • Kids will vote for their favorite class activity that night - if your class wins, you'll win a prize, too!
Overflow parking at Nashua Baptist, confirmed 3/19
Supplies Duct tape, lawn chairs for voting table