Club LITe RULES:
Club LITe Middle School RULES:
2.All attendees must have their school IDs to enter.
3.Attendees must sign themselves in and sign out upon departure. Attendees must be picked up by an adult, as they will not be allowed to walk home.*
4.Club LITe hours are from 6:00pm-10:00pm; Club members must be picked up by closing time. CSHE reserves the right to end the event early. Updates will be posted on our social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, SnapChat, etc.)
5.We are not responsible for any lost or stolen personal items. This includes, but is not limited to: phone chargers, coats, electronics, or money. No backpacks or large purses will be allowed.
6.Any food or drink items must be purchased with cash. No outside food or beverages are allowed.
7.The following behaviors/incidents will result in removal from the event. Teens will be asked to call home for a ride. Those removed are able to attend future Club LITe Events.
- Name calling of staff/volunteers
- Excessive disruption of activities (repeatedly refuses to follow rules)
- Refusal to follow disciplinary measures given by staff
- Violation of Club LITe rules
8.These incidents will result in the member being automatically being ejected from Club LITe event and banned from future events.
- Vaping, alcohol, or drug use/possession
- Defacing/breaking property
- Use/possession of harmful weapons
*As our policy states, teens are advised to stay at Club LITe for the entire event; however, we cannot legally require a teen to stay at the event. It is very important for the parent/guardian to communicate with their child the importance of remaining in our facility for safety & security purposes.
The Coalition for a Safe & Healthy Elgin (CSHE) is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please leave your valuables at home.
We coordinate the Club LITe which is held bimonthly by the Coalition for a Safe & Healthy Elgin. We seek a safe and healthy Elgin free of violence and substance misuse through prevention, education and action. We are trying to reduce underage drinking and substance use by minors in Elgin. These dances seek to create a positive and safe environment for students that’s fun and drug/alcohol free. Only clean versions of songs are played and parent drop-off and pick-up the kids (they can’t leave without a parent pick-up).
CSHE has been around since 1992 (f.k.a. Elgin Gang/Drug Task Force). Our current members include:
Advocate Sherman Hospital(Healthcare)
Boys & Girls Club of Elgin(Youth-serving) Building Families Together(Civic) Elgin Police Department(Enforcement) Greater Grace Community Church(Faith-based) Kane County Health Department(Government) Marc Bear McDonald’s(Business) Northwest Hispanic Chamber of Commerce(Business) Reflejos Bilingual Newspaper(Media) Ecker Center(Other) School District U-46(School) VNA Health Care(Healthcare)
We are the only federally funded coalition in Elgin.
Elgin ROPE officers come by twice during the evening. It is organized by prevention specialists and made possible by community volunteers.
We encourage parents to come inside and tour the place if they would like. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us.