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  1. Typical decorations include candelabra centerpieces, chandeliers, and gold décor.
  2. Want to layer your dance? Organize a mask-making table at your dance filled with everything required to take part.
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  1. Activity rentals are a greatway to add another level of excitement and participation to any event. To help, we’ve listed the most popular kinds of games below.
    • Inflatable Bounce Houses
    • Trampoline Basketball
    • Velcro Walls
    • Life Sized Darts
    • Inflatable Jousting
    • Inflatable Slides
    • Inflatable Water Slides
    • Mechanical Bull Rides
    • Climbing Walls
    • Zip Lines
    • Projector Screens
    • Carnival Games
    • Race Tracks
    • Sumo Wrestling
    • Laser Tag
    • Inflatable Hamster Balls
    • Mobile Zip Line
    • Rock Walls
    • Stunt Jump
    • Blacklight Mini Golf
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  1. During a warm season at your school, organize a beach-themed spirit week.
  2. Next, open up your school’s pool for an afternoon of swimming, barbequing, and fun.
  3. Depending on the size of your school, you may have to create dedicated swim times for each class level.
  4. NOTE: Be sure to have a licensed lifeguard on duty at all times.
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  1. Gather one small piece of paper per student at your school.
  2. Divide your campus by two and place these papers into even stacks. For the sake of this example, we will assume your campus has 1,000 students. We would therefore create two 500-piece piles.
  3. Next, write the numbers 1-500 on individual papers. Because you have two piles you will have two number 1’s, 2 number 2’s, etc.
  4. Take all of the papers and mix them up.
  5. When school begins, hand each student 1 piece of paper.
  6. Announce to students that their matching pair issomewhereon campus. As part of the activity, they have a certain amount of time to find their partner and visit the activities office/classroom for a prize.
  7. NOTE: Feel free to add any theme you would like to add some excitement to the activity. For example, the matching papers could be the names of famous couples, cheesy jokes and punch lines, or anything else your students can think of.
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  1. Two groups will need to collaborate closely in order for Sober Gradto take place—PTO and school administration.
  2. After meeting with these two groups, begin finding a suitable venue for your event. Often times, schools are able to use their athletic gym or multipurpose room.
  3. Next, begin recommending/planning games and activities for the evening. Inflatables, DJ services, arcade games, and performers are typically group favorites.
  4. When the event draws near, lean heavily on your school’s PTO group to set up, organize, and facilitate the evening.
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  1. October tends to be an incredibly busy month for student activities. That being said, collaborate with your school’s art and theater groups to help create a scary haunted house for those in your area.
  2. Proceeds from the event can be used for campus beautification, club trips, or can even be donated to a worthy cause.
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  1. Partner with your schools PTO group to secure volunteers and donations for a post-prom event.
  2. Post-prom hangouts should be near the prom venue, allowing students to easily (and quickly) make their way over.
  3. Finally, work with local charter companies to set up free transportation to/from your event. The safer we can keep students at all points during the night, the better.
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  1. Before planning any large-scale activity, be sure to collaborate with your local PTO group to get volunteers, donations, and other assistance.
  2. Prior to the new school year begins, schedule a meeting with campus administration about the importance of school spirit.
  3. During said meeting, introduce the idea of First Friday and its importance in terms of building positive school culture.
  4. This activity is incredibly time-consuming in nature, as you’re planning an entire school day of student activities. That being said, be sure to layer your day with plenty of marking and gifting activities.
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  1. Work with your school’s athletic director to select a well-attended game to target.
  2. Next, collaborate with the sports’ boosters and/or PTO to set up food donations, potential volunteers, and other logistical information.
  3. Potential tailgate activities include Spikeball, horseshoes, cornhole, a DJ booth, face painting, etc.
  4. NOTE: It is vital to make sure everyone is aware the no alcohol will be permitted on school grounds. While college tailgates often have alcohol present, grade school activities should and will not.
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  1. Secure a separate room or area at your next dance to play arcade video games.
  2. Games will need to be rented by a nearby event company, so be sure to purchase any and all liability insurance.
  3. Finally, include the availability of games in your marketing for the event. This way, even students who don’t like dancing have something to be involved in.
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