Make use of time, let not advantage slip

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Independence High School Time Management Planner

Make use of time, let not advantage slip.” William Shakespeare

Name: Month: Week of: Year:

















If you want to make good use of your time, you’ve got to know what’s most important and then give it all you’ve got.“ – Lee Iacocca

ON YOUR MARK (Before you leave home)

  1. Evaluate last week’s Time Management Planner. Check off that which was accomplished. Be ready to discuss your successes with your teacher. Did you . . . stick to your schedule, attend assigned classes and keep appointments? Did you arrive on time and were you prepared?

  1. Examine last week’s assignment sheet. Did you complete all that was planned?

  1. Survey your completed assignments. Are they thorough? Did you answer all questions and complete tasks? Did you do “give it all you’ve got?”

  1. Gather and bring your supplies and materials. Do you have your binder, paper, and pencils/pens? Snack/Lunch? Do you have the above necessary organizers #s 1, 2, 3 and are they ready to submit to your teachers?

  1. Consider what you are wearing today. Are you properly dressed for school? Does your attire follow the District Dress Code??

GET SET (Upon arriving at school)

  1. Arrive early to your SLC (30 minutes or more) and check in with your teachers.

  1. Complete all tests required before your appointment (either with your teacher or in the Testing and Tutoring Center)

  1. Review your organizers once more. Be ready to explain your week of learning. What went well and/or what would you do differently?

  1. Initiate your next week’s Time Management Planner. Design your schedule for next week and be ready to share it with your teacher (write it).

  1. Prepare to be attentive. Turn off your cell phone and put it away, take your earplugs out, remove your hat and present a polite and productive attitude?

GO (During and after your Primary “Team” Teachers appointment)

  1. Present your organizers and completed assignments to your teacher. Explain, discuss and evaluate your work and week of learning.

  2. Analyze and balance your next week’s study schedule with your teacher’s help. Complete your next week’s Time Management Planner (record your primary appointment, math class, electives, PE, work schedule, LMC class, community activities, personal commitments, etc.

  3. Commence next week’s work right away, stick to your schedule, get 8 hours sleep each night, exercise and eat healthy. Find your inspiration!

Success is simple. Do what’s right, the right way, at the right time.“ - Arnold H. Glasgow

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