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If you’re looking into rebranding a school, every idea must be judged and scrutinized closely. Does it promote an environment of inclusivity? Do your colors clash or harmonize? Are you fully committed to the complete school branding process with this idea in mind? While you may have many questions at this point in the process, one you must inevitably grapple with is “Should my school rebranding idea blend in or stand out?”
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For student athletes, many lessons can be learned on the court or in the heat of competition. Sporting events and gym classes are therefore a crucial part of your students’ education, but if you have just one gymnasium, it can be challenging to make it work for all types of athletic activities. Plus, it’s likely your gym must frequently and quickly transform back into a space suited for general PE classes, which means you might not want to install anything that would be hard to take down. So how do you provide a safe sporting environment for all different kinds of athletes?