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Re: [teacherartexchange] furniture


From: jjennifer west (jenniferjoycewest_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Aug 08 2007 - 15:49:29 PDT

This is a middle school classroom that is shaped like
a rectangle as opposed to a square. Thanks, Jen
--- "M. Austin" <> wrote:

> What age group are you shopping for? My primary
> classroom had much different
> needs as far as opposed to my high school students.
> ~Michal
> >I know that this is a common question because I
> have
> > seen it posted before, but when you are putting
> > together an art room from scratch and have a
> decent
> > budget to work with, as far as furniture goes,
> what is
> > the best source/brand/etc. I have a grant for my
> art
> > room and want to make wise long-lasting decisions
> as
> > to how I spend it. this is my first year at the
> the
> > school and from what I understand, I can have some
> > "tough" students. I have heard a lot about
> > destruction of property and vandalism. While I am
> > obviously going to lay down the law and do
> everything
> > possible to be preventitive, I want to make sure
> that
> > whatever I buy isn't destroyed. I am mainly
> looking
> > at tables, stools/chairs, and a good drying rack.
> Any
> > help would be appreciated. Thanks! Jen
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