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Marsha...check with a bread company. They may be able to donate some old
stackable bread shelves which would hold the boxes. We have a used bread
store nearby and that would be a good place to see what I'm talking about.
Kinston High School
Kinston NC 28501
http://cyber.lenoir.k12.nc.us/khs/departments/roberts.html (Computer Art
From: MarshArt <MarshArt>
To: ArtsEdNet Talk <artsednet>
Date: Thursday, May 25, 2000 7:40 PM
Subject: Classroom organization question
>As you have read, I am inheriting a SMALL room that will be home to about
>students per class. The HS kids keep their required art supplies in the
>artroom, in plastic shoeboxes, sweater boxes, etc (whatever they can come
>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
> 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
> 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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