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  • Bryn Busby Tucker

    I might have already pinned this . . . if I did, I guess it's worth pinning again. :) Tabletop organizer, with the following tabs: to copy, to do, to file, to send home, next week. Weekly lesson plans hang in the front.

  • Janelle E

    Teacher desk organization. Love this suspension file system on the desk for go to documents: lesson plans on the outside

  • Adrianne Sizemore

    Classroom organization. Love the rings for the weekly lesson plans.

  • Emily Hammett

    Teacher's Desk Organization Idea

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