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Lesson Plans

re: display boards

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Teri Sanford (terily)
Mon, 24 May 1999 09:45:22 -0500

This was my first year at a small rural district (spent 8 years
in Round Rock, TX) and when I came, I asked for display panels
so I could do an art show. They were intrigued, so I showed
them the ones you can purchase (expensive) and offered an
alternative: Door-sized panels of pegboard, made into double
fold panels (open into a "v"). Well, to make a long story
short, these were much cheaper and the boy scout troop earned
one of their badges making them for me. I think alot of help
from the dads made these so great, but it was a learning
experience and it helpedout the school. The school paid for the
materials and we got free labor. They made 8 folding panels,
and theywill make 8 more next year. Yes, they are heavy and
bulky, but my music teacher lets me store them behind the stage
curtain in the cafeteria.