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10 Ways to Get Community Support for Your School

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Interview Local Community Members


Help your child interview local community members as a social studies project. It can be a war veteran, elderly person, or anyone else that has an interesting story to tell. It's a great way to highlight local heroes and get students to interact with others. Plus, it's always fascinating to hear others' life stories!

Next: Attend Community Events

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