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International Night 2024

Updated: Apr 17

Friday, 5/17 6:30-9pm

International Night is a celebration of our school's multiculturalism and our biggest fundraiser of the year. It features a feast of dishes from our many different backgrounds and student performances celebrating our diverse cultures, and ends with a raffle to support our fundraising efforts.

This event relies on volunteers and donations to ensure its success, and there are many opportunities to get involved! Please note: International Night attendance is limited, and families who volunteer to set up, serve food, or clean up will have the first opportunity to purchase tickets!

Ticket Request

Tickets must be pre-ordered. Attendance is limited and everyone attending must have a ticket (including volunteers, performers, and toddlers). All children must be accompanied by an adult. Read more about ticket requests here!

  • Raffle Committee Help to solicit local businesses for items and gift certificates as raffle prizes. Sign up here to tell us you can help!

  • Grade Prizes Each grade is asked to put together a raffle prize for our Big Box Raffle. Look for a letter from your class parent to see how you can contribute!

  • Family Raffle Prizes Your family can donate individual items, group together smaller related items in a themed basket, or donate a gift certificate to your family’s favorite restaurant or store. Also, if your family owns a business, your business can donate items or gift certificates. Sign up here to tell us you can make a donation!


Country Committees (including parents like you!) cook or purchase food from their country to share with attendees. Sign up here to tell us you can contribute!


We'll need volunteers to help with setup and decorations beforehand, to serve food and sell raffle tickets during the event, and to help clean up after. Click here to see how you can help!

Student Performances

Individuals and groups of students perform cultural dances, songs, traditions, and more. Reach out to your Country Chairperson to get your child involved. Unsure who to contact? Ask Judy Kwak!



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