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Shared Use of School Property in North Carolina: The Role of Unorganized Recreation

  • Who is it for?

    Anyone who is involved in and/or interested in implementing shared use policies in schools including school administrators, health officials and community residents.

  • How do you get it?

    This resource is distributed electronically and can be downloaded on this page.

  • How is it used?

    The white paper is intended to provide background information and education on North Carolina’s existing policies for shared use (opening access to recreational facilities to community residents) of school facilities, and specifically addresses the role of “unorganized use” of school facilities by the public.

Shared Use of School Property in North Carolina: The Role of Unorganized Recreation can be used to provide education on existing N.C. policies that govern shared use in N.C. but exclude “unorganized use” of recreational activities on school property.

Shared Use of School Property in North Carolina: The Role of Unorganized Recreation

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