Now in McPIE’s 15th year, every Tuesday evening throughout the school year, the Family Night Program offers transportation, a warm meal, and age appropriate classes/clubs for the entire family at no cost. Each semester kicks-off with Registration Night and is followed by 10-12 weeks of programming.
In Fall of 2019, dinner was served to an average of 348 people between 5:45-6:30pm providing a great opportunity for building community and fellowship. Afterward, students and parents head to their respective classes until 7:45pm.
There are 16-18 clubs offered to McClintock Middle School students, as well as childcare for nursery aged babies, classes for elementary aged younger siblings, high school class and volunteer opportunities, as well as classes for parents. Club leaders share their passions and vocations with students and parents helping them to envision future pathways to success.
Scots School Supplies provides school supplies to students as needed, at no cost to them.
Approximately 100 volunteers are on-site every Tuesday night to help serve meals, provide transportation, lead clubs, provide childcare, and engage students and parents. Volunteers range from McClintock staff to high school students to retired engineers to full-time professionals to McClintock parents.
Due to COVID restrictions, Family Night last met in it's "normal" state March 2020. After taking a 19 month hiatus,
A warm meal is served weekly for McCLintock students and families
Students choose clubs during Registration night