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Old 08-30-2017, 10:33 AM
 
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I think the closest I ever saw to communal classroom supplies was back in elementary school. And then, it was provided by the school......don't remember that my mom was ever given a list of things to buy.
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Old 08-30-2017, 10:36 AM
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I honestly don't remember any of this being an issue when my kids were in elementary school. I guess I'm getting old.
Same here with a few exceptions. I remember one time opening the closet door in one of my kids' classrooms and seeing boxes and boxes of Kleenex, more than ever could be used in a school year. I suppose it's hard to assign half the kids to bring Kleenex but maybe they could say: A-L, Kleenex; M-Z Clorox wipes (or something like that). I know the wipes are more expensive, maybe add something in addition to the A-L folks.
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Old 08-30-2017, 10:43 AM
 
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Same here with a few exceptions. I remember one time opening the closet door in one of my kids' classrooms and seeing boxes and boxes of Kleenex, more than ever could be used in a school year. I suppose it's hard to assign half the kids to bring Kleenex but maybe they could say: A-L, Kleenex; M-Z Clorox wipes (or something like that). I know the wipes are more expensive, maybe add something in addition to the A-L folks.
Yes, the tissues and Clorox wipes I do recall -- I'm fairly certain even my high schoolers were asked to contribute tissues during cold & flu season -- but communal folders & binders? No, I don't remember anything like that.
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