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Organizing using sheet protectors
Submitted by: Sheri Poulter, Middle School Teacher

Throughout the year you will receive tons of notes, calls, passes, etc. from or for students. One way to keep this all organized together is to have a sheet protector that keeps all of the students "stuff" in it. I keep a "Getting to Know You" sheet the students fill out the first day, a "Call Report" Sheet to show parent contact, a "Discipline Sheet" that shows any problems with the student, and any other notes and passes that children bring in, and just stuff it inside the sheet protector for that student. That way, I can refer to it anytime, especially for a parent conference!



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