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    2019/20 School Supply Lists
    Posted on 08/16/2019
    school supply lists


    Please label the following with your child’s name:

    Water-proof backpack

                    Water bottle (optional)


    We will provide a folder!  No need to send folders or binders!

    Please do not label the items below; they’ll be collected and shared among the classroom.  Please prepare your child for this so s/he is not disappointed:

    • 1 box (24 count) Crayola (if possible) brand crayons
    • 1 box of tissues
    • 1 thin, low odor dry erase marker -black only
    • 1 ultra-fine point black Sharpie
    • 1 fine point black Sharpie
    • 2 black Paper Mate Flair Pens
    • Orbit chewing gum (unwrapped, Bubblemint)
    • 1 box sandwich or snack size only Zip-Loc bags
    • 10 or more Ticonderoga pencils (Others do not work well.)
    • Box of baby wipes


    KINDERGARTEN WISH LIST IF ANYONE WANTS TO CONTRIBUTE:   gel pens, stickers, .47 oz size can of Aaron’s Thinking Putty, natural hand sanitizer, colorful Flair Pens

    First Grade

    We will be providing a home-school folder so there’s no need to send binders or folders.

    Back pack – a back pack ensures information and student work getting to and from school in a safe and orderly fashion – label with student’s name

    A sturdy water bottle with tight-fitting top (pop-up tops, like bicycle water bottles, work best) – label with student’s name

    The following supplies will be shared with class   Please choose 2 or 3 items to contribute

    • 1 box washable colored markers
    • 1 box Crayola colored pencils
    • Wide-ruled solid color spiral notebooks (pack of 5)
    • Wide-ruled composition notebooks (pack of 5)
    • 5 black THIN EXPO markers (The school supplies the thick ones.The thin ones work better for writing on mini white boards.)
    • 1 box of tissues
    • 1 box of band-aids (plain-no designs please)
    • Large bottle of hand sanitizer
    • 1 package of baby wipes or disinfecting wipes
    • Snacks


    We will provide crackers for the first few days of school.  It helps to keep the “hungries” away as the students adjust to working all day!  We’d greatly appreciate snack donations like graham crackers, pretzels, ritz crackers, goldfish, animal crackers, cheese sticks, cut fruit/veggies until we’ve established our snack calendar.  Snack for each first-grade class will be set up by a parent volunteer once school starts.  You’ll receive more information during the first week of school.

    Thank you for contributing.   We look forward to meeting you and your child.

    Second Grade
    Student-sized backpack – please label
    Water bottle with tight-fitting top – please label
    Please do not label the items below; they’ll be collected and shared among the classroom

    • Scissors
    • One box regular sized Crayola crayons
    • 2 Paper Mate Flair pens (one black, one choice)
    • 2 large erasers; Pink Pearl style
    • Two boxes of band-aids
    • Orbit white bubble mint gum in a car cup size or a refill bag with 180 pieces – Daily focus tool
    • 2 boxes of Kleenex
    • Two packs of pencils – Dixon Ticonderoga pre-sharpened pencils if possible
    • Three solid-color pocket folders, one red, two choice color
    • One blue 1-inch binder
    • 2 one subject wide-ruled composition notebooks
    • One pack of Thin black dry erase markers for their white boards
    • Two boxes of non-perishables for snack
    • 1 Large hand sanitizer OR 1 pack of wet wipes (cleaning wipes, hand wipes, wet-ones, etc)

    Please purchase Two of the following items:
    .47 oz size can of Aaron’s Thinking Putty, paper plates, plastic silverware, paper or plastic cups, paper towels, sandwich size Ziploc bags.

    Third and Third/Fourth Grade

    The following items should be labeled with student’s name:

    Sturdy backpack – large enough to hold binder, small enough to fit in a locker

    1 three-ring binder, 1”; no zippers or flaps

    1 pencil pouch that fits in binder

    Leak-proof water bottle with a tight-fitting lid

    3 wide ruled composition books (100 sheets)

    1 pair scissors

    1 set thin colored markers

    1 box of crayons

    1 set sharpened colored pencils

    1 large eraser


    The following items will be shared communally; please don’t put names on these items:

    2 black, fine point Dry Erase markers

    2 ultra-fine black Sharpie markers

    2 fine black Sharpie markers

    2 boxes Ticonderoga #2 pencils, sharpened

    1 package of pencil top erasers

    2 yellow highlighters

    1 package of glue sticks


    Items we will need donated and restocked throughout the year:

    Ticonderoga #2 pencils, sharpened

    Wide ruled notebook paper

    Kleenex, baby wipes, bandages

    Sugarless gum


    Fourth & Fifth Grade

    The following are individual items:

    • 1 student backpack – large enough to fit the binder, small enough to fit in the locker
    • 1 water bottle
    • 24 #2 Pencils sharpened
    • 5 large eraser
    • Hand held pencil sharpener
    • 2 black Sharpie markers


    Each student should bring the following items to be shared:

    • 3 wide ruled composition books
    • 3 folders (no graphics/logos)
    • 100-500 sheets wide ruled loose-leaf paper
    • box tissues
    • 1 ruler
    • Wipes

    Optional/Extra items:

    • Markers
    • Small scissors
    • 1 box colored pencils
    • Pencil pouch


    Distinct Classroom

    Rm.104 & Rm.105


    • Baby wipes; we prefer the non-scented Kirkland brand as we use these to wipe surfaces, hands and faces
    • Foaming hand soap (large refill bottles are also appreciated)
    • Alcohol Free hand sanitizer (Honest, Clean Well, Baby Organics) we have students who cannot use products with alcohol
    • 1 box each of: snack sized and sandwich sized Ziploc bags
    • Boxes of tissues
    • Snack items:crackers, graham crackers, cereal, string cheese, yogurt, fresh fruit or veggies, etc.
    • Snack donations are appreciated throughout the year!
    • Glue sticks (purple glue)
    • Any plastic grocery bags you have at home (we use to send home soiled clothing)