The Challenge Visual barrier for election space in schools and churches
Many schools and churches throughout the country are faced with having to close their doors on election day to ensure the privacy of their students and staff from guests entering their facility to cast their votes. A Chicago-area church, Quentin Road Baptist Church, found a better solution. Screenflex Room Dividers were set up when the polls were opened. The dividers were used to restrict access for guests entering the school area of the church. Additionally, the partitions divided the gymnasium into a voting area, a private break room election judges, and gym space for the school children. The dividers come in 36 sizes and 38 color choices to meet your room dividing needs.