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    By Mrs. G

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    1. I label file folders for each day of the week. When papers are copied I place them in the folder for the day of the week I will be using them. I place them in a paper tray on my desk.

    2. As soon as I grade and record papers I place them in a file folder to be handed back at a later time. This way I can get a lot of papers off of my desk that aren't necessary. ( I place this file folder in a paper tray some where else in the room off of my desk)

    3. Notes and forms- this is an area that I am still working on. I try to take care of any notes from the administration as quickly as possible so I can throw them out. All test results that we have are on a county database and in the students cum folder, so I don't have to worry about keeping these things. I only keep papers that are important or that I need to act on. The others I toss out.

    3. Subject matter- I label file folders for each chapter I teach in a certain subject. Any activity that goes with that chapter I stick in that folder. Then they are stored in my filing cabinet. I only need to pull out the chapter I am work on each year.;)

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