Jacy Kupfer
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Middle and high school teachers share 16 inspirational ideas for secondary classroom decorations. Create a meaningful, intentional, effective, and age-appropriate learning environment and classroom culture for your students.

Decorating high school classrooms can be challenging. When you’re trying to find a good balance between meaningful, age-appropriate, and professional, the answer isn’t always obvious.

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Homework Display for students to work on independence. Great idea for elementary or self contained classroom, or could even do for middle school, with each period instead of subject.

Scaffolded Math and Science: Displaying Student Work on "The Fridge"

FIND INSPIRATION (STEAL IDEAS)- Displaying student work on "The Fridge". My students love seeing their hard work displayed and I love being able to point to it on days students aren't giving their best. "See, you CAN do it!

This healthy, Mediterranean-flavored lentil soup is made with (mostly) pantry ingredients! Vegan and gluten free. cookieandkate.com

This healthy, Mediterranean-flavored lentil soup is made with (mostly) pantry ingredients! A healthy and easy lentil soup recipe that is perfect for cold nights. All clean eating ingredients are used for this healthy soup recipe.

Awesome Meet The Teacher newsletter to hand out at Open House or during the first days of school! Super cute and editable!!

Task Initiate and maintain family contacts: A newsletter allows parents to know what is going on in the classroom as well as the teacher. This is a great way to introduce yourself as a teacher.

Yes, a high school classroom can be inviting. My language arts 9-12 classroom.

Considering that all of the characters are seniors in Highschool, they still have to perform well in school in order to play. Here is were they are able to excel.