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How to keep your school locker oprganized.

How to keep your school locker oprganized.

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    • Locker Use: Tips and Tricks
    • The general locker structureat Semiahmoo Secondaryincludes three sections: twosmall cubicles and one largerectangular space. Studentsare able to store anybelongings not needed forclasses inside thelocker, which are then keptsafe by the lock. In order to keep the lockerneat and tidy, a general ruleof thumb—that manystudents seem toignore, sadly—is to have onlya maximum of two studentssharing one locker.
    • Each cubicle should onlybe used by one student. Of the two who share thelocker, the taller studentshould use the highercubicle, while the shorterstudent should use thelower one. By having both studentsresponsible for their owncubicle, it is much easier tokeep each cubicleorganized andclean, lowering thetendency to misplace anyitems.
    • Items that belong in the cubicles include:•Binders•Textbooks•General supplies•Food items and water•And any other small objects
    • Small yet incrediblyuseful, three hooks can befound beneath the cubicles. Anypieces of clothing, as well aslight bags and packs, should behanged here to avoid clutter.
    • The large rectangularspace should be used formuch larger objects, suchas backpacks and largebags. Even though the spacehere is narrow, refrain fromstacking any objects ifpossible. Stackingencourages even morestacking, which eventuallyleads to a complex mess ofrandom items inhabitingthe lower portion of yourlocker.
    • Finally, in addition to thestorage spaces, the lockerdoor may also come inhandy as well. Items thatcan make use of it include:•A mirror that may save youa trip to the washroom•A magnetic basket to placesmall objects such as writingutensils•Sticky notes to remind youof any important details, orto deliver messages to yourlocker partner
    • “Oh, a locker check? No problem!”