Laurel Park Elementary PTA Trunk or Treat
DRIVE THRU EVENT!
DATE: Saturday 10/30/2021 (no rain date)
1:00 - 2:15 - TRACKS 1 & 2
2:30 - 3:45 - TRACKS 3 & 4
LOCATION: Laurel Park Elementary School
What is a trunk or treat DRIVE THRU?
This is a socially distanced, COVID friendly modification to our annual Trunk or Treat! Vehicles will come through Parade style to look at the decorated trunks. Cars will be parked on the carpool road, along the side. Parade cars will drive one way past the parked trunks. Everyone must stay in their car and maintain social distancing. (no walkers).
Parade Cars may decorate and people are encouraged to dress up during the drive through.
I would like to decorate my trunk, how do I make that happen?
We need decorated trunks to make this event successful!!! There will also be a prize for the best decorated trunk! Those wanting to decorate a trunk must sign up ahead of time and be prepared to stay between the times of 1:00 - 3:45.
Pictures will be taken of all the trunks and posted to the PTA FB page. The trunk with the most “Likes” at the end of the event (4:00) will receive a prize!
If I decorate my trunk, may I arrive early to decorate?
Yes, you may arrive at 11:30 to set up but no later than 12:45.
I would like to hand out “treats” to our trick or treaters!
Families with decorated trunks may pass out treats to the parade cars. We are encouraging alternatives to candy and food so that we can include all students and promote healthy choices. Some ideas are pencils, erasers, stickers, tattoos, small toys, and glow sticks.
Be prepared to see at least 100 kids.
Only families with parked decorated trunks may be out of their vehicle. All other parade attendees must remain in their car.
What if we can not attend?
No problem! You can still view the trunks on the Laurel Park PTA Facebook page and “like” your favorite!
What about the Teal Pumpkin Project?
In previous years, we participated in the Teal Pumpkin Project to include students with food allergies. This year, we encourage everyone to bring non-food “treats” so that all of our children can participate.
Photos from the Previous Trunk or Treats