Aloha! We’re excited to announce that planning for Nu‘uanu Elementary School’s family fun night
is underway! This page will be updated throughout the year as details are finalized. If you have any questions about Family Fun Night, email email@example.com.
Q: What is Family Fun Night?
A: Family Fun Night is the cornerstone event at Nu‘uanu Elementary School. The event is hosted by Aikane O Nu‘uanu (Nu‘uanu Elementary schools’ parent-teacher organization) to bring the Nu‘uanu Elementary school community together and as a fundraiser to purchase items needed for the school. The night includes games, food, a silent auction, country store, talent show, and lots of fun activities for the entire family.
Q: When is the 2023 Family Fun Night?
A: Family fun night will be held on Friday, May 12, 2023, from 2:15 (immediately following the end of the school day) to 8:00 p.m.
Q: What is this year’s Family Fun Night theme?
A: This year's theme is Nu‘uanu: The Happiest Place on Earth.
Q: Who can attend the 2023 Family Fun Night?
A: This year, everyone is invited!
A: Parking is available at Daijingu Temple (61 Puiwa Rd), International Church (20 Dowsett Ave), and Nu‘uanu Valley Park, as well as street parking. Please be respectful of driveways and property lines.
Q: What safety protocols will be in place?
A: With COVID-19 still a concern and to protect all attendees, the following safety protocols will be put into place:
While masks are no longer required outdoors on DOE facilities, we highly encourage families to wear their masks while near other families and not actively eating,
Families are asked to adhere to the DOE daily wellness check
Hand sanitizers will be placed throughout the event to encourage continued sanitation
Q: What will the money raised be used for?
A: The money raised will be used to purchase an electronic marquee board on campus.
Q: What donations are needed for Family Fun Night?
A: We need donation support to make family fun night a success. You can support by:
Donating money. Checks may be written to Aikane O Nuuanu and dropped off at the main office. Donations of more than $250 will receive a tax-deductible letter. If you’re interested in a corporate sponsorship, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donating goods. We need a variety of items for the event from spam, rice, liter soda and much more. The donation list can be found with this link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0c48a4a72ea6fb6-family5#/
Donating silent auction items. Silent auction is the largest fundraising opportunity at Family Fun Night. We are looking for donations of all types – gift cards, jewelry, hotel stays, VRBO rentals, airline miles, etc. We also encourage individuals or groups of parents that would like to put together a fun themed basket. Please contact email@example.com if you have something to donate or for more information.
Q: How do I volunteer for Family Fun Night?
A: Family Fun Night is only made possible by the volunteers of current and past Nuuanu families and our community members who come together and help to set up and manage the booths. Sign up to volunteer with this link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0c48a4a72ea6fb6-family6#/
Q: How do I purchase scripts for Family Fun Night?
A: Pre-Orders due by Friday, May 5
Send checks payable to Aikane O Nu‘uanu with order form:
OR via Venmo to @NuuanuElementary-Finance (include student's name and room number in comment section of payment. No need to submit form.
This year, the Games & Activities range from 3-4 scrips each. Small tattoos are 2 scrips. Face painting and airbrush tattoos are 8 scrips. Bounce house is 8 scrips. Scrip can also be purchased at Family Fun Night for 50 cents per scrip.
Questions? Contact Lezlie Lam at (808) 779-8993.
Q: How do I purchase items from the silent auction?
A: This year, Silent Auction opens on May 1. Check back for more information and how to purchase items.
Q: What food will be available for purchase?
A: There will be 4 food trucks at this year's event, selling everything from poke, plate lunch, pizza and shave ice! Note: food trucks are cash only. Nu‘uanu Elementary will also be selling chili plate, spam musubi and drinks with scrip only.
Q: My child attends after-school care, where do I pick them up on Family Fun Night?
A: If your child attends the YMCA after school care program, parents may pick up their child at the kindergarten/first grade playground area.