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Bag recommendations?
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I found out officially that I will not have a classroom in my new position. I will have a desk in another teacher's room, but I will be pushing into classes all day. My facilitator recommended I invest in a good bag to tote supplies and paperwork. We are going to be remote for at least the first marking period, but I may need to teach from the physical school building and need to go to multiple classrooms during the day.

Any recommendations for a functional and affordable bag.?


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Don't have a recommendation,
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but would strongly suggest that you get something with wheels. Papers can get heavy and you don't want to hurt your shoulders or back.
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Rolling av school carts
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I would use a rolling av cart provided by the school. My favorite has 3 shelves. I put plastic totes on the bottom shelves loaded with books and supplies. Our admin uses one they decorate as a treat cart for rewards. Save your money.
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Old 08-13-2020, 10:53 AM
 
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I agree that a rolling cart would save your back. Maybe something like this.
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Old 08-13-2020, 04:53 PM
 
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I used what NoMore Pencils shows. It was easy to use and I could have all my necessary work with me. Check out Staples and Amazon, for any deals you can get.


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Old 08-13-2020, 05:42 PM
 
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I love Lug bags. My teacher bag is a puddle jumper. It’s made as an overnight bag but it works great for me. Tons of space and super organized. This is the version on wheels.

https://www.luglife.com/products/pud...mper-wheelie-2

Sorry, just looking back at other replies - a cart would be ideal. I would ask your admin if there is one in the building you can use, and if not, can they purchase one for you? I also realized that my suggestion is a lot more expensive than you probably want to spend. Sorry, I wasn’t helpful after all!
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