New law can help shape a healthier Oklahoma
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Increasing the number of shared-use agreements throughout Oklahoma offers school districts the opportunity to open their facilities for community use and show the value they bring to communities. This also paves the way for greater community access to school property by allowing the district to share with another community group the costs associated with keeping their lights on and doors unlocked for after-hours use.
The Shared Use Project can help shape a more safe and healthy Oklahoma for generations to come.
England is program director for the Oklahoma Fit Kids Coalition.
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