I work at an urban charter school with no protocols for anything like this and I'm leaving. I've raised over 15k for my department over the years, so I have some really nice stuff in my classroom. However, I recognize that most of it belongs to the school. I think that anything given through grant/parent donations definitely belongs to the school. I know things from donorschoose should stay, too. I'm wondering about adopt-a-classroom materials. These are funded by banks and local businesses and the funds were given directly to me to purchase materials for my classroom. So, I would really like to keep them for my new classroom somewhere else. Out of the 15k of crap I've amassed in the last 3 years, this stuff would be about 1k. I don't think anyone would notice if they are gone. It is stuff like a nice pencil sharpener, printer, individual white boards, magnets, etc. Also, I am wondering about PTA funds. Every year, our PTA donates a gift card for officemax to each teacher to help cover the cost of classroom supplies. We do not receive any other supplies from the school (no dry erase markers, pencils, hand sanitizer, nothing). So, who owns things like my dry erase markers now? The gift card does not begin to cover it and I would have no idea how to sort the items bought with gift card vs. purchased with my own funds.