Classrooms should be a collaborative affair and part of that begins when students begin to help manage their own classroom experience. The assignment manager helps collect and (re)distribute papers to students. The supply manager would be responsible for making sure all fellow students have the necessary supplies whether that is standing at the door before class starts with the pencil box and collecting them the last few minutes of class or passing out any other necessary items like calculators, scissors, markers, graph paper or the like. The classroom manager is your second hand. They ensure that the classroom is clean before leaving; they may help reset the classroom at the end of the school day (last class); they may be the one to always help erase the board, reset the timer or help man the computer or slide show. There is also a back-up manager to fill in if one of the managers is absent. This should be a voluntary position and one that brings both honor and prestige to the classroom and the manager. They should commit to good attendance and be model students as they will be classroom leaders and will be expected to show up to class as early as possible to ensure smooth sailing. It is recommended to change managers every grading period.