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I think these are terrific tips, THANKS! Our K-8 private school also has a lot of older kids on facebook. As a policy we welcome our students over 13 to join our group. Never kids younger - they shouldn't be on facebook anyway!

And one more. When someone "likes" you, how about sending a direct message to them thanking them for doing so.

Wow, what great info! Facebook is a perfect way for parent groups to generate support and visibility - and momentum. Love your ideas!

Thanks for the fantastic tips! Facebook is a great way to get parents involved with their kid's school - especially people who may not have otherwise gotten on the PTO/PTA bandwagon!

Excellent advice! I'm sure that a lot of schools are uncomfortable or just plain don't understand how to incorporate a Facebook page. Thanks for giving simple steps and instructions to steer them towards success!

Many schools and businesses block access to Facebook. They do this because they want you to be doing something other than using Facebook, like your studies or your job.

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