Really Good Classroom Mail Center - 27 Slots

Item: 159790

Item #:  159790

$139.99 Plus $10.00 in addition to the standard shipping and processing fees.

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Durable Mail Center Organizes Students’ Materials—Even Folders!

High quality yet economical, this mail center is made of industrial-grade 1/2." wood substrate and laminated with hard-wearing Melamine®. Roomy compartments hold folders, assignments, notices, and notes for up to 27 students. Includes self-adhesive cardstock labels you can customize with students' names to identify each compartment. Available in black, blue, white and oak. Assembly required.

Note: Our Mail Centers contain two sets of pre-drilled holes on each side accommodate the wire storage racks (#159825, sold separately).

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Product Information
  • 27 compartments
    Size: 10"W by 11½"D by 2¼"H each

  • 30 self-adhesive cardstock labels
    Size: 2" by 5/8" each, folded

  • Available in black, blue, white and oak
    Size: 32"W by 12"D by 23½"H

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

5 Star
5.0 (based on 14 reviews)


Easy To Use (5)
Durable (5)
Good Value (4)
Good Organization (3)
Attractive Design (3)


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Reviewed by 14 Customers
5 Stars

My teachers love this center!

I have bought more than one of these mail centers for several teachers at our school. Very sturdy and perfect size.
By from , IL
5 Stars

Helps me stay organized

This has been invaluable in my classroom. The children use to keep their homework notebooks and papers, art projects, etc over their coat hooks on a shelf and everything would just get mixed up. Now, each child has a place. We put their assignments in their mailbox, they know where to put their papers and then where to find everything as they pack up to go home. Someone else put in the idea of using large binder clips on the end and putting the children's names on those and that has worked fantastically. The children know that the shelf that has their name is theirs. My students are 4 and 5 years old and this is easy for them! This has even worked very well for my students with special needs.
By Penguin Class from , CT
4 Stars

Classroom Mail Center

I share my classroom with another teacher. We're both in the Chinese dual immersion program. Sharing a classroom has been a good experience for me. The only problem I had was the passing out of papers. I had to do it while the students were in class which wasted a lot of time and some papers seemed to disappear. Now, we are better organized. I can pass out corrected work and homework. If a student is absent, I put their assignment in their mailbox. It works great and the students love it. The only con is the labeling system. Some of my students can't remember if they are to take the papers on top of their name or underneath their name. If you are thinking about buying this system I think you should. The price will only increase over time.
By Miss Third Grade from , UT
5 Stars

We use in classrooms for take home mail and in our Gym to store iPads during Gym.
By from , IL
5 Stars

Classroom Mail Center

I use this product for my classroom chrome books. It works wonderfully for a storage station and charging station for the students. The students love having this because it gives them a slot and their own charger for their chrome book plus they know exactly which one is theirs and do not have to search for it or for a charger. The only modification that had to be made was that i had to drill holes in the back of each slot so the charging cords could fit through. It keeps the cords from getting tangled.
By Chrome Book Station from , AR