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Family Movie Nights

20 years 10 months ago #117330 by Lisa Stovall
Replied by Lisa Stovall on topic RE: Family Movie Nights
We wouldn't be able to do this. All movies and computer games, etc must be approved by the district. Too much hassle, but good idea.
20 years 10 months ago #117329 by LUVMYKIDS
Replied by LUVMYKIDS on topic RE: Family Movie Nights
I would be concerned about ratings and what parents at my school would find acceptable. Should you send out a survey asking parents what ratings they let their kids watch and what genre of movies would interest them? Maybe even have different nights for different age groups--a kndergartner is going to enjoy Winnie-the-Pooh where as a 5th grader would prefer Harry Potter.

Hey Rocky, watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat.
20 years 10 months ago #117328 by mykidzmom
Replied by mykidzmom on topic RE: Family Movie Nights
I don't know if this is the right place to ask but does anyone have any ideas on where to purchase a screen to put in the gym or library to view the movies on? We plan to have several family movie nights at our k-6 this year combined w/ spaghetti feed, fiesta feed, etc. We currently don't have a movie screen big enough to see a movie projected. Any suggestions of companies or ideas?

[ 08-12-2003, 07:11 PM: Message edited by: mykidzmom ]
20 years 10 months ago #117327 by Rockne
Family Movie Nights was created by Rockne
Hi -

We're just about ready to launch Family Movie Night as part of our School Family Night series and we could use one last bit of help.

Looking for thoughts on the value of running a family movie night and thoughts on PTO Today providing the step-by-steps and the marketing tools to help you run a family movie night. Any and all input welcome. We may be quoting you in some of the materials we're putting together (with your permission, of course!).



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