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Organizing Your Middle School Student
Helping Them Be Successful
Visit your student’s locker and see what they need…discuss
these ideas to consider:
Locker Rule: No Loose Paper Allowed
Geo Landscape due 10/29
Geo Landscape select topic
Geo Landscape gather materials
Geo Landscape work on landscape
Geo Landscape draft paper
Geo Landscape draft due 10/26
Geo Landscape Complete Paper
Geo Landscape final due 10/29
6th Grade 1st Semester Schedule
Look for the RED signs by the doors.
Look for the YELLOW signs by the doors.
Goldberg, Donna, and Jennifer Zwiebel. The Organized Student: Teaching Children the Skills for Success in School and Beyond. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2005.
Contact our 6th Grade Counselor for more tips, and review the TM, because it has tons of resources inside it.