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Use of schools as polling stations
During an election, your school may be asked to serve as a polling station. Learn about what the rules are here, how to decide whether to close your school, and what to do if school events are scheduled to happen on election day.
- Deciding which room to use
- Deciding whether to close your school
- How to make arrangements for polling day
- If polling day clashes with school events
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