EVERYTHING You Need To Know about EAGLEFEST
Tue, May 10 3:51pm

THIS IS THE WEEK! Our spring carnival EAGLEFEST is this Friday evening, May 13, from 5:00 to 8:00pm. Come join the Imai community for a night of fun and games, food and music. It's free to attend (other than some food for sale) and open to all students/staff and their families!

Everything you need to know is below, and first, make note of these important action items:

WHAT'S AT EAGLEFEST? Previously known as Hawkfest, this is a fun-filled carnival with inflatable slides and obstacle courses, a climbing wall, face/arm painting, a cake walk, carnival games, arts/crafts, a photo booth, DJ/music, and food/drink for purchase at food trucks.

CHECK-IN REQUIRED (5-7pm): We ask all families to have a completed PTA waiver on file. You may have already completed one earlier in the year at Beautification Day or at our Spring Walkathon. All families should check in at the MUR when you arrive, and if the waiver is confirmed or completed, the kids will receive wristbands which will be required for some of our Eaglefest activities. To save time at Eaglefest, a "pre-check" will be available after school on Friday, outside the front office and at the back gate on Carol Ave.

COVID GUIDELINES: We are following the current MVWSD guidelines; outdoor masking is optional, but we do recommend masks for safety given the expected crowd size.

SAFETY GUIDELINES: 

  • Children cannot attend without a responsible adult also in attendance. Please establish a meeting point in case you get separated from your kids.
  • No pets, please! Eaglefest is only for humans.
  • We will not have a first aid station, but first aid supplies will be on hand at Check-In.
  • Kids must follow safety instructions from parent volunteers at the inflatables, and wristbands are required for all inflatables and the climbing wall.

A FINAL NOTE:
We're thrilled to come back together as a community again. Like all our community events, we rely on the PTA, a volunteer planning committee, and LOTS of volunteers to pull off a memorable event. If all families sign up for a single volunteering shift, all families will equally be able to enjoy the event with their kids. 

We look forward to an awesome event with lots of positive role-modeling: showing our kids how to be great community citizens and demonstrating a growth mindset!

Thank you to all our Imai families, Imai PTA, volunteers, Principal Siam and our staff, and to our Eaglefest Committee for your hard work and support!