Schools are often the hub of the community, and allowing outside groups to use your facilities can be a profitable and efficient way to recoup operating costs. With budgets becoming tighter, many schools are looking to expand their extracurricular programs and activities in a way that can positively impact the bottom line.
Executing that effort, though, can be a labor-intensive process – from checking room calendars, confirming setup needs, and scheduling the extra staff to set up and break down the rooms, just to name a few.
With a streamlined facility scheduling process, groups both inside and outside the school community can more efficiently book facility space – saving time and often increasing profits. Join Mike Roche, Bellingham Public Schools, MA and David Marcus, de Toledo High School, CA, as he shares tips for:
- Streamlining your facility use rental process
- Recouping costs associated with facility use
- Developing rental policies for community use of your facilities