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Student school supply lists

Ridgeview Elementary

Kindergarten

6 – pencils – must be real wood

12 – glue sticks

Crayon box with lid that clasps shut

1 box of 24-color crayons – regular size

Fiskar scissors

Spiral notebook

4 boxes of graham crackers

$2.00 cooking fee

Box of Kleenex

1 one inch 3-ring binder

1 package 8-count WASHABLE markers

1 Backpack

First Grade

A box of crayons

A large box of kleenex

Real wood pencils – to be replaced as needed

Eraser

Scissors

Elmer’s White School Glue – to be replaced as needed

School box

Free-time tablet

School bag or backpack

2 large boxes or sacks of snacks – pretzels, graham crackers, animal crackers, etc.

Second Grade

Pencils – real wood only

Crayons

Scissors

Drawing Pad

Kleenex

Pencil Box

Glue sticks (about 3 to start)

Erasers

Bottle of glue

Pocket Folder

Two large boxes or sacks of snacks-pretzels, animal crackers, graham crackers, etc

• Please put names on all items

Third Grade

6 pencils – need to be real wood, no mechanical pencils – to be replaced as needed

3 wide-rule spiral notebooks – keep supplied throughout the year

1 pkg. of notebook paper

2 folders with pockets

Crayons – any number

Ruler (Metric and standard measure)

Eraser – to be replaced as needed

1 large bottle of glue or glue stick

Scissors

Kleenex

Gym shoes (It is handy to have tennis shoes left at school)

$2 party money

$15 Camp fee and camp forms filled out – if not already done

Sunset Elementary

Your child does not need a separate pair of tennis shoes for Physical Education. However, when buying your child’s shoes please look for a non-marking court or cross-training soled tennis shoe. These shoes provide the best traction and are safer on the gym floor.

• All supplies will be needed on the first day of school

• Please put full names on all school supplies, articles of clothing and lunch boxes.

Kindergarten

2 #2 pencils

2 pocket folders

1 1″ three-ring binder

1 spiral notebook

2 boxes of crackers

1 box of Kleenex

2 glue sticks

Backpack or book bag

First grade

1 Box Crayola crayons. Please no more than 48.

1 pack 12 real wood pencils

2 large Pearl Pink erasers

1 Backpack or book bag for bringing home daily work or projects

1 Pencil box or Ziploc bag for storing crayons and pencils. (No larger than 8″x5″)

2 Large boxes of tissues, to be kept on the shelf for everyone to use.

1 spiral notebook

2 Large glue sticks

1 box Ziploc 1 quart-size bags

1 box of graham or snack crackers to be eaten as a morning snack for the class. We will share. Snacks will be replaced quarterly.

Re-supply as needed.

Mrs. Arnett’s First Grade Class

Backpack or book bag for bringing homework or projects

1 box of #2 pencils

1 large box of tissues to be kept on the shelf for everyone to use.

2 – boxes of graham or snack crackers to be eaten as a morning snack for the class. We will share.

Second grade

6 Yellow #2 pencils

1 large eraser

1 Large box of tissues, to be kept on the shelf for everyone to use.

3 spiral notebooks

2 Pocket folders (without fasteners)

1 1-inch 3-ring binder

2 large glue sticks (replace as needed)

1 School bag or backpack for carrying work or projects to and from school.

2 boxes of snacks (Mrs. Conroy)

Third grade

1 box #2 pencils

2 one-subject, spiral notebook (college ruled, but due to durability, no wireless notebooks. Please make sure the pages are not perforated either.)

2 packages of wide-ruled notebook paper – at least 150 sheets

Erasers that fit on the end of pencils

2 large boxes of tissues

4 folders with pockets

1 large glue stick

1 box of 24 crayons

1 plastic school box for pencils and supplies in desk

• Please, no pencil sharpeners, markers, mechanical pencils or Trapper Keepers

Fourth Grade

2 boxes of 12 #2 pencils

2 erasers (hand-held, not pencil topper)

2 large boxes of tissues

3 folders with pockets

2 large packages of college ruled notebook paper

3 spiral notebooks (not perforated)

Colored pencils or markers

1 flat vinyl pencil holder

• Mrs. Seely request

1 three-ring (1- or 2-inch) notebook

East Elementary

Kindergarten

5 No. 2 pencils

2 white Elmer’s school glue

1 70-page spiral notebook

2 box of eight crayons w/black, brown, red, blue, green, yellow, orange and purple only

1 set of eight watercolors

1 1-inch 3-ring binder

1 backpack or book bag

2 pocket folders

1 eraser

1 box of Kleenex

First grade

1 hard, 3-ring plastic binder

1 set of colored pencils

block erasers

2 white Elmer’s school glue

Box of 24 regualr crayons

Box of Kleenex

2 spiral notebooks

1 set of markers or colored pencils

scissors friskers

2 packages of No. 2 pencils

1 set of watercolor paints

• all items are community, please no names

Second grade

School box no trapper keepers

Crayons, markers or colored pencils

Several No. 2 pencils (for the entire year)

Large box of Kleenex

Scissors

2 large white Elmer’s School Glue

Watercolors

3 wide-ruled spiral notebooks

4 pocket folders

backpack or bookbag

1 standard and metric ruler

1 large eraser

Third grade

Large box of Kleenex

Crayons, colored pencils or markers

White school glue or glue sticks

1 1-inch 3-ring binder (no trapper keeper)

5 wide ruled single subject notebooks

scissors

1 pocket folder of each color (red, blue, yellow)

Pencil/Crayon box small

1 ruler

1 package of loose leaf paper

Fourth Grade

20 No. 2 pencils

2 folders with pockets

Wide-lined loose-leaf paper

Crayons of markers

Colored pencils

Large white Elmer’s School Glue

Scossors

1 standard ruler

large box of Kleenex

erasers

1 spiral bound notebook

Craig Intermediate School

This is a list of general supplies needed by incoming students. Students will be advised within the first week of school if there are any additional items required by individual teachers.

• These supplies need to be kept available for use in every classroom.

• Please put student’s name on all items and replenish supplies throughout the school year as necessary. Your child will feel more confident and do better in class if he/she has the needed supplies.

• Students will be required to use a planner, which will be provided by the school.

Fifth Grade

Several #2 pencils (please do not bring mechanical or pop-a-point pencils)

Box of crayons, markers or colored pencils

Glue (preferably a glue stick)

2 grading pencils (red)

Pair of scissors

Pencil box or bag

1 large box of facial tissues

1 inexpensive calculator

Notebook paper

Multiple colored highlighters

Trapper Keeper or large 3-ring binder

Sixth Grade

Several #2 pencils (please do not bring mechanical or pop-a-point pencils)

Box of crayons, markers, or colored pencils

Ruler with standard and metric measure

2 red grading pens or pencils

Small supply box or bag

Trapper keeper or large 3-ring binder

Separate spiral notebook for subjects

A supply of standard 3-ring notebook paper

Glue stick

1 box of Kleenex

Craig Middle School

7th Grade Blue and White Teams

(Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies)

Pens Black or Blue ink only

Pencils with erasers

Correcting Pens/Pencils Must be RED

1 set of colored pencils

Notebooks with dividers

3-ring binder

Loose-Leaf Notebook Paper

Scissors

Glue Stick

Calculator (similar to TI-30)

Metric Ruler

100-page composition notebook Ms. Vogt’s Blue Team Science

• PLEASE NOTE: Additional fees and supplies may be required for Elective and Extended Studies classes.

8th Grade Blue and White Teams

(Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies)

Pens Black or Blue ink only

Pencils with erasers

Correcting Pens/Pencils Must be RED

1 set of colored pencils

5 Spiral Notebooks (social studies, science, language arts

1 1″ 3-ring binder with dividers

Loose-Leaf Notebook Paper

Scientific Calculator (for example TI-30)

Graph Paper (1/4 inch)

• PLEASE NOTE: Additional fees and supplies may be required for Elective and Extended Studies classes.


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