Student Planner Printables – Class Schedules and Reference Sheets
The new school year is only a month away and I’m trying to make sure I cover as many bases, organization wise, as possible before Labor Day weekend. I can’t say I’m ready for the new school season, but it is here whether I’m ready or not. As part of our Back to School preparation, I’ve been working away on some new printables for the student planners. Last time I shared weekly planner and homework planner printables that were designed specifically with students in mind. Today I’m back to share a few more printables that might come in handy for the student in your life.
Student Planner Printables
High school and University student will be the first to tell you that there is a fair amount of information that they get bombarded with at the beginning of a new school year. Every school district is different, just like every teacher is different, but I’m pretty sure the following printables will be a welcome addition to most student planners.
This one is rather important, because the last thing a student needs to worry about, especially at the beginning of a new year or semester, is forgetting which class to go to next. Having a copy of their class schedule in their planner is a great way to make sure they always have the information to reference. Assuming that they don’t forget their planner.
Knowing that schedules vary from school to school, I opted to leaves these as basic spaces that each student can then tailor to fit how their school organizes the classes. If you scroll down a little further you’ll see an example of what I mean.
As you will see in the example below, I sectioned the weekly grid to fit the school schedule using a highlighter. I then jotted down the times for each period and break and then filled in the boxes with the appropriate class. I’m sure other people will come up with their own way of using these, but this is what I had in mind when I made them.
Knowing which classes you have and when is only the first half of the student planner printables that I’m sharing today. In addition to knowing when each class is, it’s sometimes helpful to have a place to keep track of other information that is important to each class.
Class Reference Lists
These are pretty much exactly what they say they are – a place to store information about each class that you might need to reference later.
Each printable has room to store information about three classes. Keep track of
- contact information
- room number
- after class hours/extra help hours
- and anything else that might be important.
What else might be important? Well a teacher might have certain requirements that all assignments must meet to be graded properly. Perhaps they have a quirky rule about homework, or requiring not just your first and last name but your middle initial as well on everything that is handed in. This printables allows student to keep that information all in one place.
I hope that you or your kiddo find the above printables helpful as this school year gets underway. Even if they’re only needed for the first couple of week, having them on hand might bring a little bit of peace of mind.
As always, to grab a copy of these printables for yourself, simply click the pictures. And don’t forget, if you’d like them customized to suit your tastes or needs better you can hop on over to the Customized Printables page and send in an order.