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How to Design a Physical Education Locker Room

There are many variations of lockers available on the market, so how do you choose just the right one? When it comes to choosing or designing lockers for Physical Education class applications, there are size and security considerations. Following are some guidelines to help you make an informed decision: Size: For Physical Education lockers, you […]

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The role of the school library is ever expanding, let YES help you prepare for the new way to learn.

“We are hoping that this learning commons model really becomes the way we do the library media program,” said Fran Kompar, the district’s K-12 coordinator of library media services. “It is imperative that the library media specialist has time with the kids and teachers in order to make that change.”

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What’s new in Classroom furniture? The Flavors Noodle Chair by Smith System

  The Flavors Noodle Chair has a patented suspension below its seat pan that allows it to tilt slightly in all directions. This makes the chair more comfortable than other classroom chairs and it also encourages the student to engage his or her core muscles while seated, promotes better breathing to improve concentration. The Flavors […]

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Stamford schools to replace dangerous cafeteria tables

  STAMFORD — After a decade of custodians getting hurt on the job while folding up and lifting cafeteria tables, the Board of Education is moving forward with plans to replace 342 of the school district’s 550 tables. The action came after a report from the City’s Risk Management Department indicated that worker’s compensation claims […]

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Classroom Design: From Greek to Chic

When we imagine some of the greatest thinkers of all time, we often envision the great Greek philosophers…Aristotle, Plato, Socrates, Pythagoras….  These scholars did not stand in the front of a classroom, gazing upon rows and rows of interested faces.  These men taught in such a way as to evoke the exchange of ideas, creative […]

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Why is everything wet?

by LIBN Staff Published: August 30, 2013 Read more: http://libn.com/2013/08/30/why-is-everything-wet/#ixzz2g1gXJyPc It’s a place 76 percent of Americans complain about, and no, we’re not talking about New Jersey. A recent national poll by The Trending Machine found that more than three-quarters of Americans have one or more complaints about public restrooms, with the most frequent concern being the […]

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How To Choose High School Corridor Lockers

When it comes to choosing the right corridor lockers, it’s important to understand what your options are and what’s best for your school. How many students are there? One of the first questions you may ask when looking to purchase high school lockers is how many students will be using these lockers. Then you must […]

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How To Choose High School Lockers

When it comes to choosing the right high school locker, it’s important to understand what your options are and what’s best for your school. Choosing the right selection of lockers will show your commitment to making sure that the students have a safe and secure place to put their belongings.

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Protect From Break-Ins at Your School

Locker break-ins continue to be a higher concern due to students storing more and more valuable items such as computers/laptops, music devices and smart phones in their lockers throughout the day. Not to mention the ease of learning how to break into a lock through the internet. This is why Master Lock developed BlockGuard™ Anti-Shim technology, […]

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A guide to choosing commercial washroom design and bathroom partition materials.

When designing a washroom, there are several partition materials that can be used, each with its own strong point, depending on its particular application. The least expensive option is a product composed of baked enamel painted steel over a paper honeycomb core. Usually, this is the type of partition that you would find in schools, […]

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