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    • Hayley Krainiak Ward

      Bathroom sign out?

    • Chaka Cross

      A Middle School Survival Guide: Bathroom Management.

    • PattersonPatterson

      Idea for a quicker "blue binder" chart for students leaving the room. I can also better monitor how often they're missing class time.

    • Leah Fuller

      We have sign outs school wise, but I like this idea for keeping track of the number of times they leave per week. Bathroom Sign-out checklist to limit how often students go to the bathroom - middle school classroom

    • Teach Junkie

      Teach Junkie: Classroom Management Procedure Ideas - Leaving the Room

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