What should be in a sub folder

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  1. Cateacher2b

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    Here's what I have so far...

    Class roster
    pull outs/ specials schedule
    allergies
    seating chart
    discipline procedures
    lesson plans

    ..and now I am stumped..anything you would put in as a must have?
     
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  3. Ghost

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    Map of the school and drill procedures (fire, tornado, lock down, etc.)

    list of dependable students and/or who to call for help (ie potty break)
     
  4. AngelM

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    We put our emergency closing forms (how child gets home in case of early closings, i.e., snow) in the folder.
     
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    Extra work that the students can do without much help.
     
  6. Tasha

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    I always leave at least 2-3 picture books with a page of simple ideas/activities/questions for the book and a class set of a worksheet or activity to go with each book so there is something available in case of an emergency or the sub can't follow the plans for whatever reason. I would also leave the names of the P, AP, secretary, and nearest teacher along with phone numbers. Rules/procedures for the playground are good too and cafeteria procedures - a sub may not know where to eat or how if they go through the line with the kids etc...
     

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