I am starting work on the V Planner V3 file today and if there is anything that you would like to see included, now is the time to request it. V3 will be based on the High School V Planner with some parts removed and some V2.5 parts added back. If you have looked at High School V Planner, then you can see where I am going with V3.
I will list some of the new things below with a little information about each item-
— 10 S-Sheets
Four of the S-Sheets will be split by semester. This gives the option of having different classes per semester on a single s-sheet. Using a split S-Sheet is not difficult; it is the set-up for the s-sheet that is a little different.
— 4 School Calendars – one per child
This means setting up the school calendar will take a little longer, but the advantages are that
Each child can have
- unique school calendar dates
- unique grading term dates
- unique school starting date
- a different number of grading terms – up to six per year or up to three per semester on a split s-sheet
— Class Categories – (an optional item)
I am planning to keep the course categories because those allow the course description worksheet to function. It is an optional item and not using it will not break anything.
— Two Outside Classes (tab name Other Courses)
I will keep this worksheet because it seems that many use a co-op for at least one class. “Other Courses” will allow you to record a few details about the co-op class – not a schedule, but details that would go on a report card – class names and grades . Using this worksheet is optional and not using it will not break anything.
— NS/DS Planners
For the high school planner I made the lesson planners so that with a drop-down list selection a planner could be used for either system. This means that you can view a planner as a Number System planner and then view the same planner as a Date System planner by changing the system selection and selecting a date. I will keep this for V3.
Thank you for reading and if you want to comment on any of these items or make a suggestion, please do so.