SV Family Dance 2020 FAQ

Dance Under the Stars 


Why go to the SV Family dance?

The purpose of this dance is to bring together our amazing community and have fun together! We want everyone there - regardless of your family structure is. Every SV student will be required to bring an adult to chaperone them. Get on those dancing shoes and come on down.


What is required of adults and students at the dance?

SV has opened up the MPR for the dance. Every adult must be with their SV student and remain in the MPR during the dance. You will not be able to go outside and play on the equipment, since there are no school chaperones outside. Please be respectful of each other, the vendors (photo booth, DJ and party motivator) and the decorations. 


Can A Dad Still Bring His Daughter to the Dance or a Mom Bring Her Son?

YES! How you want to show up to the dance is up to your family. We just want you to come!  However, an adult must accompany a Sun Valley student and remain with them at all times. 


How Much are the Tickets?

Free! Yes! This year, due to our amazing sponsors - including Dominguez Plumbing, Sunnyside Pediatric Dentist, Dave Barber Real Estate Agent, Intactic, Haney Orthodontics, and The Studio Pilates Marin - admission to the dance is free for adults and kids.


Will there be food?

Pizza dinner and drinks will be available for purchase during the dances ( $4 for slice & drink, $3 for slice, $1 for a drink), bring cash.


Will you have the same entertainment as last time?

Yes. We have a young professional DJ and a party motivator to get the kids moving. We will also have a photo booth with props.


Can I bring my youngest child who doesn't go to the school?

Not this time. In an effort to make it a special night for our SV students, we respectfully ask you leave any younger siblings at home.  



Can I bring my child not in a different grade to the dance?

For safety and capacity reasons, we ask that you bring only the children in the grade level time slot (no out of grade siblings). Thank you! Ideas: Swap kids with friends, hire a sitter for special one-on-one time with your child, ask family to help.