School Lockers -- Tools and Tips to Organize

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No need to get to class late because you can't find your textbook!

Be ready for another great year of learning. Utilize some (or all) of these handy tips for a great organized locker. Most stores that sell school supplies will carry most of these helpful items, especially during "back to school" time.

No more lost homework!

Tips for Organizing Lockers

There are many creative storage items that will make your locker organized and function better. Here are a few of my favorite suggestions:

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Adjustable shelves Most office supply or organization stores will carry adjustable shelves. These expand or contract to fit the width of just about any locker. This will utilize the vertical space and help your child organize and find his/her school books easier.

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Magnetic hooks Magnetic hooks can be found just about anywhere these days. If you don't find them in office or school supplies, try the kitchen area. Magnetic hooks on the back of locker doors give extra space for hanging hats, scarves, etc.

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Magnetic bins These small bins attach to the door of lockers. They are great little baskets for small items such as pens, pencils, lip gloss, gloves, etc.

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Mirrors Many places carry magnetic mirrors that adhere to the back of locker doors. Great for checking out hair and lip gloss before the next class!

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Magnetic Message Boards Small magnetic message boards are great for reminders about homework and project deadlines, prom night, etc.

Laminate Try laminating your class and sports schedules. Hang them up on your message board with magnets. Make a copy for your home learning zone as well.

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Clean Regularly Every space gets messy now and then. Clear out the clutter weekly or at the very least, monthly. You'll find what you're looking for faster with less hassle.

These handy tips will keep you looking good all year long.

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Not having a lock on your locker  Not rated yet
My school The Gateway School of NYC has lockers for 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade and 8th grade and none of them have locks so any one can come in. …

Chandiler Not rated yet
TO fancy up your locker add a chandelier. They light up and make your locker pretty. Usually about $14.00 at walmart. $30.00 on amazon.

Reminder Cards Not rated yet
I am the worst with remembering homework and my textbok and blah blah blah. But, I thought of a way to just remind myself to remember to bring home that …

Top Locker Not rated yet
If you have a top locker mind that when you open it nothing falls out on top of somebody under you who's locker is under yours.

Calendar Not rated yet
Try adding a calendar to the door of your locker, so that you can remember ALL important dates and be reminded of them each time you open your locker! …

Make your mark. Not rated yet
Tired of your locker smelly like your neighbors musty gym clothes. Try and spice it up with a scent that you and your neighbor will enjoy.

Books Not rated yet
Magazine racks/stands/holders are incredibly convienent for storing your books in your locker and they take away the fuss of looking everywhere, when they …

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