Students in Middle School and High School need some way to track their assignments and activities. Therefore, Some schools put together a spiral-bound “student agenda” that each student is require to purchase and use. Thus, These “agendas” (I prefer the term “student planner”) typically include calendars, school rules, and a lot of weekly planner pages for listing assignments. Moreover, If your school doesn’t provide something like Student Planner by Weekday. You can buy your own student planner or print your own planner pages using templates like the ones on this page.
My Homework Student Planner by weekday
Furthermore, Printing Two-Sided (Duplex Mode): These 2-page weekly planner pages are design for printers that can handle printing on both sides of page. Some instructions are provide on the cover page within each template. If your printer cannot print two-sided, your printer can allow a manual duplex mode (where you flip the pages yourself and reinsert them into the printer). Follow your printer’s instructions for manual duplex. Experiment with few pages at first to avoid wasting paper.
Free Study Planner
This is the most popular weekly student planners. It list the weekdays along the top and includes rows for up to 7 different subjects daily. You can list other activities on bottom row and weekly action items and notes on the right side of second page. Thus, You only need to edit subjects on the first page. All the other pages will update based on the first page schooltraq.
What should a student planner have?
- Regular blocks of homework and time.
- Assignment due date.
- Test dates.
- Dances, parties, dates for celebrations.
- Family gatherings, vacations, excursions.
- SAT, ACT test dates.
- Sign-up deadlines for standardized tests.
- Fees due dates.