Kristin Murphy, Deseret News
Ruth Hadlock and other Utah Professional Organizers help create a more organized learning environment for their annual GO (Get Organized) service project in Elizabeth Gardiner's second grade classroom at Newman Elementary School in Salt Lake City on Saturday, April 12, 2014. The group picked Gardiner, who they said often buys classroom supplies with her own money, because she inherited a disorganized classroom full of outdated materials. The aim of Saturday's project was to clear out and organize the classroom in an effort to increase productivity and energy and improve the classroom's flow byway of established "learning zones."
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