Here is my high school room objectives board. I used the Hawaiian print duct tape to add a border around the dry-erase board...and then it dawned on me...why don't I use the duct tape for a border on my bulletin boards instead of the staple borders??? I'm CONSTANTLY re-stapling and fixing those borders from the kids rubbing on them... These boards will each contain the bell ringer, objectives, homework assignment and exit slip question for each class.
Finally, the other thing I accomplished yesterday was getting my rules posted in the high school room. I've had this pin on my Classroom Management board for a while and as I was surfing through to find quick and easy ways to post my rules, I decided to steal from it! Copying is the highest form of flattery, right? Well this inspiration came from a 2011 post from Mr. E. I liked how he used the bright colors and the way he organized the rules so I borrowed!
I don't have my rules all displayed in one space, though. There are three bulletin boards in this room, of which I plan to devote one to each high school class, depending on what topic we are covering at the time. There are also two bulletin boards near the door, but they aren't really in clear site, so I didn't want to put all the rules there. Much like my elementary classroom, I tried to place the rules where they would make sense.