I don’t think you can keep kids from going out at night, but you can make them stay home if they need to.
If a kid is sick or needs help, stay home.
If they have a history of being disruptive, stay away.
You don’t want them getting in trouble, you don’t care.
You want to keep the kids safe and away from danger.
When they come home, let them play and be kids, even if they’re in a group.
Stay in the home and keep them safe, and you’ll be fine.
But if they are in a car, leave them alone.
When kids get home from school, stay in the house, not in the car.
When the kids get back to school, let the parents stay in touch.
Stay home and take care of the kids.
Let the parents talk to their kids and the kids talk to the parents.
Keep them home and out of trouble, and then go out and make it right.
Keep your kids safe, but don’t let them be out of line.
Stay out of the car, out of your kids’ faces.
Stay at home and don’t make them go anywhere.