Student Supply Lists (PreK-Grade 8)

Here’s what your student will need for the 2024-25 school year:

Universal Pre-K | Kindergarten | Grade 1| Grade 2| Grade 3 | Grade 4| Grade 5 | Grade 6 | Grade 7


Universal Pre-K

Your child will need the following supplies on the first day of school:

  • Backpack (No Wheels)-Large enough to hold a folder, library book, and winter jacket.
  • Lunch box
  • Leak-Proof Water Bottle- Labeled with your child’s name (to bring to school daily
  • Change of Clothes- Socks, underwear, pants, and shirt (in case of an accident).
  • A Box of Tissues
  • Baby Wipes
  • Plastic Ziplock bags (gallon and quart size)
  • 1 Plastic Pocket Folder- (Home-School Communication Folder) which will be kept in your child’s backpack.
  • 1 Pack of markers to share in the classroom

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    Kindergarten

    Classroom Supplies:

      • 1 box erasable colored pencils
      • 1 box of crayons
      • 1 pack Elmers Glue sticks (6 count)
      • 1 pack skinny Black Expo dry erase markers
      • 1 pack fat Black Expo dry erase markers
      • 2 boxes of tissues
      • 1 box gallon size Ziplock bags
      • 1 box quart size Ziplock bags

    Personal Supplies:

      • Backpack large enough to hold a folder, library book and lunchbox – no wheels
      • Headphones (please avoid earbuds)
      • Change of clothes (socks, underwear, pants and shirt in case of an accident)

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    Grade 1

    • 5 two-pocket folders (please purchase a folder with 2 bottom pockets
      1 blue
      1 yellow
      1 green
      1 purple
      1 orange
    • 1 box of #2 Ticonderoga Pencils
    • 1 box of crayons (24 pack)
    • 1 box of markers (10 pack)
    • 1 box of erasable colored pencils (12 pack)
    • 1 pair of scissors (kids)
    • 1 pack of glue sticks
    • 1 pack of fine point black expo dry-erase markers
    • 1 pair of Headphones
    • 1 reusable water bottle
    • 1 plastic pencil box (example: below)

     

    Please label everything with your child’s first and last name and his/her teacher’s name.

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    Grade 2

      • 2 boxes of tissues
      • 1 plastic pencil box
      • Crayola crayons (24 count)
      • 1 box colored pencils
      • 1 small pencil sharpener for colored pencils
      • 1 box Ticonderoga pencils
      • Optional: 1 box of Ziploc bags (any size, brand & count)

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    Grade 3

    • 1 plastic folder with pockets for homework
    • 2 boxes of tissues
    • 1 4-pack of Expo dry erase markers – fine tip ONLY
    • 1 plastic pencil box (larger size, please; approx. 8-1/4″ x 5-1/4″)
    • 1 pair of earbuds (with a plug-in/cord, not bluetooth)
    • Optional:
      One box of gallon size Ziploc baggies OR sandwich size baggies

    We ask that you label all school supplies with your son/daughter’s name. These are the only school supplies you need for September. We have the rest of the supplies waiting in the classroom—- crayons, markers, glue sticks, scissors and more!

    Also, Third graders have lockers, so if you were planning on buying a new backpack, please purchase one without wheels. The wheels don’t fit in the lockers. Thank you for your help with back to school shopping. We look forward to a wonderful year ahead!

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    Grade 4

      • Pencils
      • Erasers
      • Dry erase markers
      • Dry erasers
      • Two composition books
      • 1 white 1-inch binder
      • 1 durable folder
      • Tissues

    If you need any assistance with these supplies, please contact your classroom teacher.

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    Grade 5

      • 4 Boxes of tissues
      • 2 Boxes of sharpened pencils
      • Zip-up pencil pouch
      • Homework folder (any color/design)
      • Red folder
      • Blue folder
      • Green folder
      • Yellow folder
      • Zip-up binder (optional)
      • 4 binder dividers (optional)

    Please label all supplies with your child’s first and last name.

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    Grade 6

    Please note the color requirements for each subject area and be sure that folders and notebooks match that color. This color coding process has proved to be useful in helping students become more organized.

    Homeroom:

      • Homework Folder: Any color or design
      • 1 box of tissues
      • Headphones or Earbuds

    English Language Arts: Purple

      • 1 pocket folder (purple)
      • 1 one subject spiral notebook (purple)
      • 1 pack of gallon size Ziploc bags
      • 2 pencils every day (with eraser)

    Social Studies: Blue

      • 1 pocket folder (blue)
      • 1 one subject spiral notebook (blue)
      • 1 package of glue sticks
      • 2 packages of 3X5 index cards
      • 2 pencils every day (with eraser)

    Math: Green

      • 1 pocket folder (green)
      • 1 five subject notebook (green)
      • 2 pencils every day (with eraser)

    Science: Yellow

      • 1 pocket folder (yellow)
      • 1 one subject notebook (yellow)
      • 3 Packages of 3X5 Index Cards
      • 2 pencils every day (with eraser)

    Please note the color requirements for each subject area and be sure that folders and notebooks match that color. This color coding process has proved to be useful in helping students become more organized.

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    Grade 7

    Science

      • Chromebook (school issued) – for all assignments (paperless classroom)
      • 3-ring binder (may be same for all classes)

    Math

      • 3-ring binder with 8 dividers (may be shared with another class)
      • Loose leaf paper
      • Pencils (NO PENS)
      • Handheld pencil sharpener
      • TI-30xiis Scientific Calculator
      • 2 Plastic folders with hole punch for binder

    ELA

      • Loose Leaf Paper
      • Black or blue pens (NO PENCILS)
      • 1-1.5 inch binder
      • Highlighters

    Social Studies

      • 3-ring binder (may be same for all classes)
      • Several Black or blue pens (NO PENCILS)
      • Loose Leaf paper
      • 2 Plastic folders with hole punch for binder
      • Highlighters

    Here are some tips to help you prepare for 7th grade!

    Have 2 large binders: 1 for your morning classes, 1 for the afternoon. More than 1 class can share a binder and students are encouraged to only go to their lockers in the morning and at lunch so they need to carry everything with them!

    If possible, practice opening a combination lock in order to prepare for your locker!

    You will need an extra set of clothes for gym. You will also get a locker in the locker room to store them. If you don’t have gym clothes (or sneakers), you get a 0!

    If you have questions prior to the school year, feel free to reach out!
    Beth Rice, Math 7, Bethany Hamilton, English 7

    While most classes are in the 7th-grade wing, some are located in the high school. Students will need to work on time management this year, three lates to any class automatically results in a referral.

    Parent/teacher conferences are on an as-needed basis. Teachers will contact you if a meeting is necessary. Of course, you can always contact us if you’d like to touch base!

    Students and parents should check their email regularly. This is how most of our communication takes place. It would be helpful for students to develop this habit over the summer!

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