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All schools should have and utilize formal auditoriums with fixed seating, as opposed to cafetoriums, for assemblies that do not involve dining. Having to move cafeteria tables and align chairs in perfect rows (for schools that do this) each and every time that an occasion or scheduled event warrants it is tedious and time staking…

Formal auditoriums (which can co-exist with cafetoriums*) facilitate special programming. *Cafetoriums can be utilized for special breakfasts, brunches, lunches, or even dinners during which emcees and/or musicians, etc. may speak or perform while attendees are eating.

Formal auditoriums, which can be incorporated into schools lacking them, are more distinguished, furthermore, and can generally accommodate more attendees than cafetoriums. School programs do not or would not have to be split or repeated due to attendee capacity or limitations where formal auditoriums are in or are put into place…

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