Q: Is this a school/district event?

A: The Sober Grad Night event is NOT sponsored, endorsed, or funded by Rocklin High School or RUSD.  The SGN Committee is working under the RHS Parent Club.  This event is organized 100% by parent volunteers.

Q: What can my student bring to the event?

A: Students may bring Student ID (required), towels, change of clothes (bring a sweatshirt-it gets chilly), medically necessary items, keys.

No alcohol, drugs, tobacco, or weapons allowed.  No open containers of any kind.  No liquids will be allowed.  Please leave hydros, water bottles, perfumes/lotions, etc, in your car or at home. 

Q: Can "anyone" attend this event? Can students from another school attend?

A: No, only CURRENT Rocklin High School Class of 2024 Seniors may attend.  2023/24 RHS Student IDs must be presented at the door.

Q: What is the dress code?

A: Appropriate swimwear is required.  Swimwear should be conducive to waterslide/waterpark activities.  Swimwear should be lined and not transparent at any time.  Cut-off jeans, denim clothing, hard metal objects, and shoes cannot be worn on the waterslides.  Sandals or water shoes are recommended in the waterpark common area.  Clothing and shoes must be worn outside of the waterpark area (arcade, mini golf, go-carts.) 

Q: What food will provided at the event?

A: Sunsplash will serving all-you-can-eat pizza during a 1-hour window ( approximately 11:30pm-12:30am), water and soda throughout the night, as well as donuts, fruit, juice, and coffee at approximately 2:00 am.  The SGN committee will provide additional individually-packaged snacks throughout the night. 

Q: Will the lockers (in the waterpark area) be available for this event?

A: The lockers will NOT be available.  Personal items can be checked in the supervised storage area and will be available to retrieve, as necessary, during the event. 

Q: Will the games be "free" to play in the arcade? 

All of the video games will have unlimited free play. 

Q: What is the mask policy for the event?

A: Currently, masks are not required in Placer County.

Q: Can "anyone" volunteer at the event?

A: Almost. Any adult over 21 may volunteer.

Q: What cleaning/sanitizing efforts will be made?

A: Hand sanitizer will be available in the food area and in several other areas of the venue. 

Q: Will the health of the participants be monitored?

A: We are asking families to self-screen at home and to please remain at home if he/she is ill and/or has any COVID-19 related symptoms as described here:

If we notice someone (or are informed of someone) not feeling well, we will have the first aid volunteer check them and call home to have a parent pick up, if necessary.