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10 Ways to Get Community Support for Your School

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Young students reading with teacher

Volunteer Reading Programs


Ask community members who want to be involved in the school, but might not have kids in the system, to volunteer to come in to read with students with lower reading levels.

This is a great opportunity for citizens to get to know the students, and allows struggling students to benefit from the extra reading practice while getting to know local townspeople as well.

Next: Interview Local Community Members

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