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School Supply Lists 2017-08-14T09:44:24+00:00
Pre-Primary Supply List
All materials will be used for community supplies. No individual pencil boxes are necessary.
1 box- 12 count -Ticonderoga #2 lead pencils (sharpened)
1 pad of tracing paper
2 bottles- Elmer’s multi-purpose glue
2 Elmer’s 4 count washable glue sticks
2 Crayola washable watercolor paints (8 pk.)
1 box of Ziploc ® brand sandwich bags (last name ending in A-M)
1 box of Ziploc ® brand gallon sized storage bags (last name ending in N-Z)
2 boxes- Kleenex
2 packages- baby wipes
2 containers of Clorox or Lysol surface wipes
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*Please label each of the following items with your child’s name*
 A change of clothes (socks, underwear, pants, shirt)
 Small backpack- no characters or rolling backpacks please
 Lunchers only- insulated lunch box- no characters please
 Nappers only- fitted crib sheet, small blanket and a small pillow
 Tennis shoes to be kept at school for recess and gym
Early Elementary (kindergarten & first grade) Supply List
All materials will be used for community supplies. No individual pencil boxes are necessary.
2 boxes- 12 count -Ticonderoga #2 lead pencils (sharpened)
1 pad of tracing paper
2 individual pencil sharpeners with lids
1 blunt-tip kid scissors
2 boxes- 24 count Crayola colored pencils
1 Elmer’s 4 count washable glue sticks
1 Crayola washable watercolor paints (8 pk.)
1 box of Ziploc ® brand gallon sized storage bags
1 box of Kleenex
2 containers of Clorox or Lysol surface wipes
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 A change of clothes (socks, underwear, pants, shirt) labeled with your child’s name
 Backpack (labeled with your child’s name) – no characters or rolling backpacks please
 Insulated lunch box (labeled with your child’s name) – no characters please
 Tennis shoes to be kept at school for recess and gym
*Please label your child’s shoes, extra clothes and backpack*
Grades 2-3  School Supply List
All materials will be used as community supplies. No individual pencil boxes are necessary.
2 boxes- 12 count -Ticonderoga #2 lead pencils (sharpened)
Individual pencil sharpeners with lids
2 pads of tracing paper
1- 1-inch white binder with pockets
2 boxes- 24 count Crayola colored pencils
3 boxes of Kleenex
1 Crayola/RoseArt washable watercolor paints (8 pk.)
1 Elmer’s 3 count jumbo washable glue sticks
1 package- clear sheet protectors, 100 pack
1 blunt-tip 5” scissors
1 package- loose leaf paper, wide ruled, 100 pack
1 pack- thick dry erase markers
1 box of Ziploc ® brand sandwich bags (2 nd years)
1 box of Ziploc ® brand gallon or quartz sized storage bags (3 rd years)
3 containers of Clorox or Lysol surface wipes
Insulated Lunch box – no characters please
Backpack – no characters please
Tennis shoes to be kept at school for recess and gym
Optional Teacher Wish List:
Wood Glue
Craft Glue
Super Glue
Pipe Cleaners
Tissue Paper
Felt Squares – 8.5 x 11
Poly – fill
Metal carpet needles
Tweezers
Magnet Tape
1 package of wide ruled lined paper
White cardstock
Plastic spoons
Napkins
Paper cups
Grades 4-6 Supply List
All materials will be used as community supplies. No individual pencil boxes are
necessary.
3 boxes- 12 count -Ticonderoga #2 lead pencils (sharpened)
2 boxes- 24 count Crayola colored pencils
1 pack- dry erase markers
1 package- 100 clear sheet protectors
3 boxes- Kleenex
1 roll- paper towels
2 packages- loose leaf paper, wide ruled, 100 pack
2 packs- colored, lined, 3×5 index cards
2 containers- Clorox or Lysol surface wipes
– Insulated Lunch box – no characters please
– Back pack – no characters please
– Tennis shoes to be kept at school for recess
– USB Flash/thumb drive labeled with name (very important for research
projects)
2017-2018 Middle School Student Supply List
Students keep their own supplies. All student supplies should be labeled.
Extra supplies should be kept at home as there is not room in new student lockers for all
supplies (such as extra pencils, pens, paper, etc.).
Binder options
(Student input of Pros and Cons of below)
Option 1: 1” pink, 1” green, 1” yellow, 1” blue:
better-view binders with reinforced rubberized spine
and edges (Staples). Binders will last 2 years.
 Blue-binder-MS-FCMA
Option 2: A 4” ring Case-it. With this option,
students will need the following three-hole punched
colored plastic folders and three-hole punched
college ruled spiral notebooks: Red, Yellow, Blue,
Green, and Purple.
 
Option 3: Multiple color-coded accordion files
 
General items:
 3 – stretchy textbook covers
 300 sheets – college ruled loose-leaf paper
 MUST HAVE: (2) Graph paper spiral
notebooks
 1 – personal journals of student choice
 1 – pencil case to store daily supplies
 1 – box, blue or black pens
 1 – box, purple or green correction/edit pens
 (100) pencils
or
Mechanical pencils with refillable lead
(Student Recommendation: Pentel Click 0.7)
 2 – boxes of colored pencils for personal
use
 1 – box of markers
 1 – pack of Sharpies
 3 EACH – highlighters
 green
 pink
 yellow
 blue
 1 – pair of scissors
 5 – glue sticks
 1 – package of 100 index cards
 1 – package of colored index cards
 1 – protractor
 1 – compass (metal is preferred)
 2 – package of 100 clear plastic sheet
protectors
 1– flash drive/memory stick (512MB
minimum)
 1 – lunch sac (no characters please)
 4 – boxes of classroom tissue
 1 – water bottle for daily use
*Students need access to a printer. In middle school, students need to frequently print individual and group work items. If students do not have access to a printer at home, it is imperative they know of a place to print their items prior to due dates.*
Binder System Pros and Cons based on student input
Colored Binders System:
Pros:
  • If you know what homework is, it is less to
    carry just one binder
  • Sheet protectors option
  • Tabs for organization (Vocab, notes, handouts)
Cons:
  • A lot to carry if you want to take all subjects
    home.
  • Hole punch everything
  •  Expensive
  • Other subject papers come back, may go into
    wrong place.
    Additional ideas: Folder to keep papers organized for portfolio

Case it System:

  • Pros:
  • All subjects all the time. One stop shop
  • Work on anything anytime.
  • Multiple ways to organize based on preference.
  • Notebooks, folders, supplies can all fit.

Cons:

  • All subjects all the time. Unorganized
  • Clutter
  • Folders, notebooks rip from rings.
  • Expensive (Save receipt if it breaks)

Color Coded Accordion File System:

Pros:

  • Loose-leaf paper stocked in each accordion.
  • Plenty of spaces to organize each category of paper.

Cons:

  • Tough to see which paper is which because they are not all visible