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If the school has an official name it is currently using while trying to decide a new, permanent name, then you would say the currently-used name is "temporary."

If the school doesn't have an official name yet but does have an idea for a name that the school board likes and might decide to use permanently (for example, they might vote on a permanent name next month at the board meeting), then the appropriate label is "tentative."

There is also a "working name," which would be a name that is official but with the idea that the eventual, permanent name will most likely be different. It's very similar to "temporary name."

If the school has an official name it is currently using while trying to decide a new, permanent name, then you would say the currently-used name is "temporary."

If the school doesn't have an official name yet but does have an idea for a name that the school board likes and might decide to use permanently (for example, they might vote on a permanent name next month at the board meeting), then the appropriate label is "tentative."

If the school has an official name it is currently using while trying to decide a new, permanent name, then you would say the currently-used name is "temporary."

If the school doesn't have an official name yet but does have an idea for a name that the school board likes and might decide to use permanently (for example, they might vote on a permanent name next month at the board meeting), then the appropriate label is "tentative."

There is also a "working name," which would be a name that is official but with the idea that the eventual, permanent name will most likely be different. It's very similar to "temporary name."

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If the school has an official name it is currently using while trying to decide a new, permanent name, then you would say the currently-used name is "temporary."

If the school doesn't have an official name yet but does have an idea for a name that the school board likes and might decide to use permanently (for example, they might vote on a permanent name next month at the board meeting), then the appropriate label is "tentative."