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  1. A LIST OF THINGS TO DO BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS

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    A LIST OF THINGS TO DO BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS

    ROOM ENVIRONMENT

    • Decide on a theme for your classroom
    • Prepare/purchase bulletin board materials
    • Decide where to post notices/materials
    • Make a classroom welcome sign
    • Set up learning centers, display tables, and student work areas

    SUPPLIES

    • Writing, drawing, and construction paper
    • Pencils/Pens
    • Crayons
    • Paste/glue
    • Stapler/staples
    • Paper clips
    • Rubber bands
    • Straight and safety pins
    • Transparent tape
    • Manila folders
    • Marking pens
    • Rulers
    • Art supplies
    • Grade book
    • Lesson plan book
    • Attendance materials
    • Textbooks/workbooks
    • Boxes for keeping units

    FIND OUT ABOUT

    • Fire drills
    • Tornado drills
    • Lunch procedure
    • Staff handbook
    • Dismissal procedure
    • Your colleagues

    STUDENT PREP

    • Make student name tags
    • Prepare first-day materials to send home (emergency cards, school/classroom rules, bus regulations/info, letter to parents, classroom schedule)
    • Prepare class list
    • Decide on your seating procedure
    • Check records for students with special needs

    GETTING ORGANIZED

    • Brainstorm class expectations
    • Arrange desks
    • Pin up bulletin boards, notices, etc.
    • Write lesson plans for the first week
    • Duplicate materials for first week
    • Write daily schedule, date, and your name on the board
    • Prepare files for parent correspondence, school bulletins, and sub teachers

    THINK ABOUT PROCEDURES FOR…

    • Book distribution
    • Turning in work, format of work
    • Handing back assignments
    • Homework
    • Grading–recording grades, extra credit, portfolios
    • Housekeeping procedures–clean up, supply storage
    • Rewards and incentives
    • Communicating with parents
    • Signals for students’ attention
    • Daily routines–beginning of day, transition times, independent and group work
    • Agenda use and motivators

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    TERESA WASINGER
    PLEASANT VALLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL
    WICHITA, KS
    Gibsongal1@aol.com

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