We're not in the Jack Chick 80's anymore. ?I don't think principals will be adverse to D&D any more than they would another extracurricular activity. ?The group might need to register for a license or some sort of verification of non-profit status, but beyond that the schools are public facilities and there are ways to get access to them for most legal activities.
On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 9:22 PM, Michael DeFelice <[address removed]>
?? ? ?I think our activities that are involved with dice and cards might be a problem. We could try the more progressive schools that are newly built but I doubt they would consider us. Plus alot of the principles will hate dungeons and dragons when described to them. The only in I think of if a. we could find a teacher who enjoyed dungeons and dragons and was in good relationship with the principal. b. we could find a school that is open until 12 which is not a possibility because of the danger of kids coming into the space. c. or they have unused space inaccessible to kids and if we pay them something. Let me know.?
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