Part of being a community school is creating that community for kids who aren’t plugged in otherwise. We have kids who aren’t plugged into sports or theatre and don’t have anything going on at home. So we get to create a space for kids on the margins who might otherwise sit by themselves, or stare at a computer, or might be off in a corner. They get to come together and we don’t really let them sit on the margins. We pull them into the fold and make them engage.