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10 Ways to Get Community Support for Your School

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Encourage Use of School Facilities


The school building sits empty at the end of the school day, and on weekends and vacations. Seek permission from the school to open its doors to local non-profit groups and community activities. Not only will it make good use of the school's resources, but it will provide opportunities to get involved in community projects.

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