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As you have read, I am inheriting a SMALL room that will be home to about 21
students per class. The HS kids keep their required art supplies in the
artroom, in plastic shoeboxes, sweater boxes, etc (whatever they can come up
with). One kid even brought in a big, flip top storage bin. Due to lack of
space, they put these boxes everywhere they can find space, even in the
supply cabinets. The room is a maze of clutter everywhere that only makes
sense to the present teacher. There is a 9 foot base cabinet and wall cabinet
by the two sinks. The rest of the room is portable open shelves or metal
cabinets. Remember, this is a hummock room.
I need a solution. I am one of these slightly "anal" organized people because
clutter confuses me and I get lost in it. I think it was Bunki who had an
idea of using soda cartons as trays, for student's supplies. Explain in
detail, Bunk. Question: Where are these stacked? I would have to do the
carpentry myself ( I have no great gifting in this) so I need an easy
solution. I need room for about 40 student's art materials.
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