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Mother/Son; Father Daughter DAnces

4 years 10 months ago #168309 by jcc0621
Need some ideas.

We are attempting to do our first ever mother/son and father daughter dances this year. Here is our dilemma. We have many single parent homes in our school (district) and many kids who are currently being raised by their grandparents - and do not want to exclude anyone. Do you have suggestions for alternate names for these events. I thought of "Princess Dance" for the Father Daughter Dance (which is the week after valentines day)

I am stuck for the Mother/Son Dance and an alternative name

Any help would be appreciated!
4 years 10 months ago #168319 by Amber Clark
Replied by Amber Clark on topic Mother/Son; Father Daughter DAnces
Prince's Ball?
4 years 10 months ago #168320 by Amy Stanley
Replied by Amy Stanley on topic Mother/Son; Father Daughter DAnces
At our Elementary school they call it the "Someone Special Dance" It's a nice event and you will see parents, grand parents and entire families. There is always a professional photographer there that for a small fee takes your photo and prints in right there and take it home that night. Makes for a nice night and great memories.
4 years 10 months ago #168321 by Rose H
Hey there jcc0621,

We are getting great responses on the Facebook post we did for this topic:

www.facebook.com/PTOToday/posts/10155821749935224

Hope you find it helpful! Good luck with you event!

Rose C.
3 years 4 months ago #171689 by Salena
Replied by Salena on topic Mother/Son; Father Daughter DAnces
A school in our area has a VIP dance. Every students brings someone special with them!
3 years 3 months ago #171693 by Rose H
I like that, Salena! It's simple and does the trick!
Rose
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