"A bit of logistical work in the classroom can help new teachers wrap up for summer--and ease the back to school crunch as well."
I particularly like this article because, through experience, I have found that I have a much more relaxed summer if I plan as much as possible at the end of one year for the beginning of the next year. While school districts make sometimes make unexpected changes, I still benefit from the work I have done at the end of the year.
In addition, I involve students who wish to help. I have discovered that students not only enjoy helping me with sorting, labeling, etc., they also benefit by being part of these preparations. It helps them at least think about what they can do to make the beginning of their next school year successful.