Supply Lists

Kindergarten Supply List 18-19

PDF file of the Kindergarten Supply List and other info

Eastside Elementary School (KINDERGARTEN)

Kindergarten Phase-In Information:
Our school system has a phase-in program for kindergarten students. This allows a small number of students to take turns coming to school during the first week. This helps your child adjust to a new teacher, place, and classmates without becoming so overwhelmed. It helps us make your child feel more secure and special in this new experience. We will need your support in working with us to make your child’s first school experiences a success. We would like to go ahead and thank you for your cooperation. We will mail your child’s phase-in days to you this summer to let you know who is your child’s teacher and what days he/she will come for phase-in. Kindergarten students do not all come on the first day of school.

Attendance:
Kindergarten students may not sign out early without it counting against their attendance record, even during phase-in. It is ALL DAY kindergarten all year long. We will send you a letter this summer.

Snacks:
Kindergarten students eat snack at 1:00 daily. We will send home a snack calendar letting you know when it is your week to send snacks for the whole class. We need items that can be put in a trail mix. (Examples: boxes of cereal, Goldfish or animal crackers, pretzels, etc.)

Supplies: (Please Bring On Registration Day–Mon., August 6th (7:45-9:45am)

ALL Kindergarten Students Bring the Following Supplies

  • Liquid hand sanitizer (2-3 small or 1 large)
  • Baby Wipes and/or Clorox Wipes
  • 4 Expo Markers (black)
  • 3 boxes of Kleenex/Puffs tissues
  • 6 Elmer’s Glue Sticks
  • 1 bottle white Elmer’s School Glue
  • 2 or 3 packs of Crayola Classic Crayons (24 pack)
  • 2 boxes of Crayola markers (10 CLASSIC colors), not Neon
  • 1 Crayola watercolor paints (8 colors)  (about $2 at Wal-mart)
  • 1 backpack-NO WHEELS (regular size to fit folders/binders - NOT SMALL)2 Pencil Zipper Pouches
  • Paper Towels or Napkins for daily snack
  • Band-aids (1 or 2 boxes-Latex Free)
  • Slide-lock Hefty or Great Value Freezer Bags (quart size)
  • Either Hefty Jumbo slide-lock bags -or- Slide-lock Freezer Bags (gallon)

Wish List (These are items you may help provide for your child’s classroom only if you wish.)

  • Wide Masking Tape (We use a lot.)
  • Extra Expo Markers (black)
  • Paper or Foam  Plates
  • Most Needed: Cardstock (white, pastel, or bright color packs)

Memory Book & Kindergarten Shirt:
It will be $25 for a kindergarten shirt and memory book. The memory book is a collection of photos, art, and work created by your child. You will receive your child’s special book at the end of the school year. The kindergarten shirts will match and be worn on special occasions, such as field trips. Your child may take his/her shirt home at the end of the year if it is paid for. Please bring $25 to registration in August.

Welcome to Eastside School (Kindergarten News)

It’s almost time to begin our new adventure! Excitement is building, and we can hardly wait!
Here are a few things you and your child should know about our first days of school.
Please be sure to read all information carefully and keep this letter for future reference.

Our school system has a phase-in program for kindergarten students. This allows a small number of students to take turns coming to school during the first week. This helps your child adjust to a new teacher, place, and classmates without becoming so overwhelmed. It helps us make your child feel more secure and special in this new experience. We will need your support in working with us to make your child’s first school experiences a success. We would like to go ahead and thank you for your cooperation. We will mail your child’s phase-in days to you this summer.

Open House (in August)–We will send out letters this summer letting parents know when Open House & kindergarten phase-in days are. You may come to Open House instead of Registration Day morning if you prefer. You may register your child on either day.

County-wide Registration Day–Monday, August 6th (7:45-9:45am) BUSES WILL NOT RUN.
All kindergarten students must be registered by this day. Kindergarten screening is not registration for kindergarteners. At registration time, you will be asked to check registration forms for changes. We may possibly have online registration again this year. You will receive more info later on.
You must fill out a yellow card. You will list everyone that is allowed to sign your child out of school on the yellow card. Please include yourself, even if you are the parent signing the bottom.

Dismissal- Warren County kindergarten students have ALL Day Kindergarten. Kindergarten students may not be signed out early without it counting against their attendance record. Kindergarten students will have a short afternoon nap/rest time from August-December. Kindergarten car riders are ready for pick-up at 2:40 down by the glass doors near the gym. Parents must park and walk up to the gated area to get their child(ren).

If you forgot to bring the following items to kindergarten screening, please be sure to bring them to registration in August. All kindergarten students must have complete and updated shot records/health records in order to attend kindergarten. Please bring them with you to kindergarten screening and again on registration day if there are any changes. Your child will not be allowed to attend school without them.

1.    Copy of your child’s birth certificate
2.    Copy of your child’s social security card
3.    Copy of your child’s insurance card
4.    Completed immunization and physical record signed by their doctor
5.    Proof of address (Example: a current utility bill)    
Your child’s teacher will be ______________________.

Your child’s phase-in schedule: (Your child’s teacher will call & let you know phase-in days.)
            Your child’s 1st day is _______________________________________ .
            Your child’s 2nd day is _______________________________________ .
            All students come on _______________________________________ .
Again, let us say we are excited about the upcoming year! Thanks for sharing your child with us.
We will send you a letter this summer to the address you provided on the information sheet at kindergarten screening to let you know who your child’s teacher will be and what phase-in days your child will come. Kindergarten students begin in small groups during the first few weeks of school, so your student will not come but on certain days at the beginning of the year.

Thank you, Mrs. Melody, Mrs. Kristi & Mrs. Neoma

Things to Remember

1.  Please put your child’s name on clothing items, backpacks and lunch boxes.

2.  Any money should be sent in an envelope with your child’s name, teacher’s name, and how the money is to be used.

3.  You must fill out the Household Information Survey, because all students will receive FREE breakfast & lunch. This information will be kept private.

4.  Microwaves are not available to heat lunches. Please send items that do not need heating.

5.  Our class eats lunch at 10:30.  Because of eating so early, we will be having snack about 1:00. We will be asking parents to send snacks for the class (examples: Goldfish, Animal Crackers, Graham Crackers, cereal, things easy to add to trail mix). You will receive a snack calendar.

6.  Your child may receive a lunch number at the beginning of the school year. Please help your child practice his/her lunch number.

7.  BREAKFAST: Please have your child in the gym between 7:00 & 7:15 if they will be eating breakfast. Since we pick students up in the gym and walk them to class each day at 7:30, it would be better to be here by 7:00 to give them time to eat.
 
8. We will pick the kindergarten children up in the bus room and walk them to class daily. Please try to have your child in the gym no later than 7:30 if they’re not eating breakfast. We escort students from the gym each morning at that time. If arriving after 7:50, you will need to bring your child in through the office, because they will need a tardy slip. Please try to be on time each day.

9.  Please stop at the office to receive a visitor’s pass any time you are visiting at school.  When signing out your child, be sure to go by the office first.  The secretary will call for your child
after you have signed the sign-out sheet. Kindergarten will be all day.  Any time you sign your
child out, it will count against his/her attendance record.
 
10.  Money for the memory book may be paid with cash or check. If you plan on writing a check,
please make it out to Eastside Elementary. It should be paid on registration day or your child’s   
1st phase-in day, so we can purchase supplies, begin work on the memory books & place our    
shirt orders.
    
11.  Besides the school supplies on the supply list, your child will need a seasonally appropriate change of clothes, a nap/rest mat, a backpack (No roller backpacks or small ones please. The backpack needs to be large enough for a binder, library book, etc.).

12. Tennis shoes are recommended daily, but they will be required on gym days. We will be sending a weekly letter after phase-in with our classroom schedules.

Thanks,

Eastside Kindergarten Teachers

 

             Staff Only

 

Entrance

A

 

Front Office

 

 

Gym

 

 

 

 

 

Glass Doors

 

 

 

Morning Drop Off

Morning Drop Off

    for Car Riders

  

 Enter

C

 

 

Exit

B

 

 

 

Parking Area

(Please park here if visiting & sign in

through the office.)

15 MPH School Speed Zone

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In order to improve parking lot safety & to alleviate traffic congestion, we are asking that you please follow the traffic flow pattern as outlined on the maps. K-8 students that are being brought to school will enter through the gym lobby glass doors. These doors will be open until 7:45 each morning for student arrival. Pre-K student parents need to follow the same traffic pattern and just continue on to the Pre-K drop-off area.

Please remember to have students at school by 7:40. Students will be tardy if they arrive in their classroom after 7:45. The office doors will open at 7:45, and tardy notes will be issued there.
  

             Staff Only

 

Entrance

A

 

Front Office

 

 

Gym

 

 

 

 

 

Glass Doors

 

 

 

Afternoon Pick Up

((((NO DRIVE ZONE)))))

Ensures student safety while walking to cars with parents.

  

 Exit

C

 

 

Enter

B

 

 

 

Parking Area

(Park and walk up to Glass Door Area to get your child,

no matter what grade level.)

15 MPH School Speed Zone

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the afternoons, please park in the parking lot in front of the gym and walk up to the gate to get your child. Your child cannot walk to the vehicle without a parent. Thank you so much for your cooperation.

Kindergarten
2018-2019

"Preparing the next generation”

SENIOR CLASS OF 2031

Kindergarten is an exciting & critical time in your child’s development & growth. Here’s what teachers want parents to know:•Your child’s teacher wants to be your partner.•The expectations of what children need to know when they enter kindergarten are closer to what used to be expected in 1st grade and 2nd grade. •Try to read with your child at least once a day. Books are the gateway to building vocabulary, learning about print, and developing listening and early literacy skills. When you read, talk about the book. •Your child needs to have opportunities to use pencils, crayons, markers, glue, etc.•Homework is an opportunity for talking, sharing, and listening. •Television and video games use up valuable playtime & social experiences.
   Please limit screen time.

Be Prepared:

•Help your child learn to write his/her name using a capital letter at the front and the rest lower-case. (Ex: Amanda - not AMANDA)

•Have your child retell a story you have read and/or draw a picture to tell about it.

•You may want to use flash cards to build fluency & word recognition.
•Practice counting household items with your child, like beans, cereal, macaroni, coins, etc.
•Teach self-help strategies: tying shoes, buttoning/zipping pants, cleanliness, etc.
•Identify the value & names of coins with your child. (penny = 1 cent, etc)
•Use everyday moments to read with your child. (road signs, posters, grocery labels)
•Use magnetic or foam ABCs & 123s to learn numbers, letters & sounds and to create words.

•Enthusiasm Toward Learning        •The Ability to Play Well with Others
•Solid Oral-Language Skills        •The Desire to Be Independent
•The Ability to Listen            •Basic Letter and Number Recognition
•Strong Fine-Motor Skills

Important words to know ( Part of kindergarten curriculum)

1st 9 weeks

2nd 9 weeks

3rd 9 weeks

4th 9 weeks

 Read & Spell

Read

 Read & Spell

Read

 Read & Spell

Read

 Read & Spell

Read

I

we

for

purple

you

said

yes

when

the

like

and

green

was

he

run

they

a

my

but

yellow

of

has

will

who

to

go

cut

pink

on

from

 

here

do

love

into

brown

off

this

 

with

us

two

can

black

up

what

 

where

it

too

had

blue

let

me

 

 

at

 

ran

white

get

look

 

 

am

 

him

orange

tell

come

 

 

an

 

did

gray

well

little

 

 

in

 

sit

red

 

 

 

 

if

 

got

see

 

 

 

 

us

 

not

play

 

 

 

 

 

 

hot

have

 

 

 

 

 

 

big

are

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Literacy Ideas & Activities
Make a Writing Kit for your child to practice writing:
    Thin Markers        Colored Pencils         Plain White Paper       Tape        Envelopes        Colored copy paper     Stapler (for making books)     Index Cards          Notepads    Pens        Magna Doodle     Dry Erase Board
 
Pipe Cleaner Letters
Use pipe cleaners (a.k.a. chenille stems) to form letters by bending them.

Shaving Cream
Put a small amount of shaving cream on the table or on a tray. Spread it out and draw letters and numbers in the shaving cream with your finger. You may want to use a smock, but if it gets on clothes, it fades away after a few minutes. When it is time to clean up, rub the shaving cream until it disappears, then wash the table or tray.

Letter Memory Game
Place 2-4 letter magnets (or cards with the letters written on them) on a tray. Cover them up with a cloth and take one away. Uncover the cloth, and ask your child which one is missing. You can also have your child write the letter on a piece of paper or dry erase board.

Name
Write your child's name on a piece of construction paper in large letters. Glue on yarn, beans or glitter. (ALWAYS, use an uppercase letter for the first letter of a name, but write the rest in lowercase letters.)
Letter Sound Basket
Give your child a basket and ask him or her to collect objects from around the house that begin with a particular letter.
Mystery Sound Bag
Place 3 or 4 objects that begin with a particular letter in a bag. For example, bowl, ball, block, book for the letter B. Have your child pull the items out one at the time and identify the beginning letter.
Erase-the- Rhyme
Draw a picture on a dry erase board and ask your child to erase things that rhyme. For example, draw a house, and ask your child to erase what rhymes with hoof (roof), floor (door), ball (wall), bindow (window). Or, draw a cat, and ask your child to erase what rhymes with pail (tail), tie (eye), dose (nose), south (mouth), lead (head), etc.

Math
Candy Math
Have your child use colored candy, such as Gummi candy, M & M's, Skittles, Runts, jelly
beans, etc. Use them for sorting, counting, patterning activities.

Block Game
Use a numbered game die or spinner and some blocks. Take turns rolling the die, and
taking the correct number of blocks from the pile. Build a tower with the blocks. After all the blocks are gone, compare the towers to see whose is the tallest.

Number Basketball
Write numbers on pieces of paper and place them on the floor. Place a trash can nearby. Call out a number for your child to find, crumble up and toss into the trash can.
Money Toss
Toss five pennies onto the table or floor.' Count how many heads and tails.
Counting Books
Make counting books with stickers. Choose stickers that will appeal to your child (Barbie, Harry Potter, trains, horses, etc.) Staple pieces of paper together and label each page with a number. Have your child stick the correct amount of stickers on each page of the book.

Path Games
Path games are great for counting practice, because a child rolls the dice or spins a spinner and counts how many spaces to move. You can buy them or make your own path games with stickers.
Card Games
You can use playing cards in several ways:
Have your child match two of the same numbers,
Have your child put the numbers in sequential order,
Play war (Two players take the top card from their own pile and compare them. The player with the highest number wins that round and collects both cards.)

Number Writing Rhymes:

0123456789

0
Round and round and round we go
When we get home We have a zero.
1
Start at the top
And down we run
That's the way we make a one.
2
Around and back
On the railroad track
Two, two, two!
3
Around a tree
Around a tree
That's the way we make a three.
4
Down and over
And down some more
That's the way we make a four.
5
Down and around
With a flag on high
That's the way we make a five.
6
Around to a loop
Number six rolls a hoop.
7
Across the sky
And down from heaven
That's the way we make a seven.
8
Make an "S" and do not wait
When we get home
We have an eight.
9
Make a loop
And then a line
That's the way we make a nine.

Websites For Students & Parents:  
https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/
www.starfall.com        
www.literacycenter.net                            
www.janbrett.com
www.hubbardscupboard.org/recipes.html              
www.enchantedlearning.com
https://www.getepic.com/                        
http://kinderwebgames.com/index.html

Websites For Parents:
http://www.highlightsparents.com
http://www.scholastic.com/parents/activities/

Science

Make a Science Kit:
Prism         Magnets          Seashells         Rock Collection     Magnifying Glass
Binoculars    Kaleidoscopes      Nature Walk         Bug Box/ Critter Cage

Go on a nature walk in your neighborhood or in the woods. Collect small sticks, rocks, leaves, wildflowers. You can use them later to make a nature collage or look at them through a magnifying glass.

Pond Nature Trip
Give your child a "pond study kit": magnifying glass, clear cup (for a water sample), plastic bags (for plant and dirt samples), craft sticks, plastic spoons, etc. Take a trip to a pond and let your child explore. Take a bag of bread crumbs for the ducks.

Magnets
Let your child experiment with various objects and classify them as magnetic or non-magnetic. You can use a paper clip, screw, penny, pen cap, cork, crayon, etc.

Chemical Reaction
Let your child experiment with baking soda and vinegar to make a chemical reaction. Put baking soda in a paper cup and vinegar in another cup. Add amounts of one ingredient to the other and watch what happens.

More Chemistry
You can also set out several ingredients and let your child experiment with the different textures (and reactions) the ingredients make. For solids, you can have cups of flour, baking soda, salt. sand, corn meal. For liquids, you can set out cups of water, oil. liquid soap, bubble bath. Add drops of food coloring for added fun.

Simple Machines: Ramps
Provide your child with blocks and small boards or cardboard to make ramps. Children can experiment with by rolling or sliding different objects down the ramps: blocks, boxes, cars, marbles, droplets of water, rocks.
________________________________________________________________________________________
Dear Parents/Guardians,

Thanks for all your help! We really appreciate it and look forward to becoming your partner in educating your child!

Whether you realize it or not, you are your child’s first teacher and have the ability to instill a love of learning in your child.

Kindergarten has changed greatly from what we, as adults, experienced through our own first experiences in the kindergarten classroom.

Young children are so eager to learn and can absorb knowledge very rapidly.
Successful kindergarteners will become life-long successful learners.

Thank you,

Mrs. Melody, Mrs. Kristi & Mrs. Neoma

1st Grade Supply List 18-19

PDF file of this Supply List

1ST Grade Supply List

 

Supply Name

Jacqueline Ashford

Taylor Roberts

Lisa Winfree

Anti-Bacterial Wipes

 

3

 

3

 

3

Germ-X

1

0

1

Kleenex 

2 boxes

2 boxes

2 boxes

Fiskar Scissors

1

1

24 package of Crayola Crayons

 

4 boxes

 

4 boxes

 

4 boxes

Yellow #2 Pencils

3

3

3

Crayola Magic Markers

 

2

 

2

 

2

Glue Sticks

8

8

8

Zipper Ziplock Gallon Size Bags

 

1

 

1

 

1

Zipper Ziplock Sandwich Size Bags

 

1

 

1

 

1

Highlighters

2

2

2

Classmate Brand spiral notebook

(wide-ruled) 180 pages

 

1

 

1

 

2

Cap Erasers

2

2

2

Binder Pencil Pouch

 

1 Red Pouch

 

1 Black Pouch

 

1

Plastic Pocket Folder without prongs

 

1 Red

1 Yellow 

 

1 Red

1 Yellow 

 

1 Red

1 Yellow 

Plastic Pocket Folder with prongs 

1 Black 

1 Green

1 Blue

1 Orange 

            1 Black 

1 Green

1 Blue

1 Orange

1 Black 

1 Green

1 Blue

1 Orange 

1 inch binder (white with clear front/back sleeves)

 

 

2

 

 

2

 

 

2

 Pack of White Cardstock 

1

1

1

Individually Wrapped Snacks

1 box

1 box

1 box

Teacher Wish List – Expo markers; Classmate tab dividers with pockets; post-it notes; masking tape; clear tape; clear page protectors; staples; Paper-Mate flair pens; binder clips; pack of colored copy paper 

2nd Grade Supply List 18-19

PDF file of the 2nd Grade Supply List

2nd Grade Supply List Eastside Elementary School Rock Island, TN 38581

Supply Name

Mandy Blankenship

Michelle Lopez

Katie Stubblefield

Anti-Bacterial Wipes

 

boys only

 

0

 

boys only

1 pkg construction paper

girls only

0

girls only

Kleenex

2 boxes

2 boxes

2 boxes

Fiskar Scissors (pointed)

1

1

1

CRAYOLA twistable crayons

 

1

1

24 count twistables

 

1

Pencils (Ticonderoga brand is best)

2

3

2

Crayola Markers

 

1

1 classic color broad

line

1 classic color fine line

 

1

Glue Sticks

10

10

10

Wide ruled notebook paper

 

2

 

2

 

2

1 inch 3-ring binder (with clear view cover)

 

1

 

1

 

1

Highlighter

1

1

1

Wide-ruled spiral notebooks

 

0

 

5

 

0

Cap erasers or 2 large pink erasers

1

1

1

Wide-ruled composition books

 

5

 

0

 

5

Expo Markers (student use)

 

2 black

 

2 any color (no light colors)

 

2 black

Earbuds or Headphones (in a bag labeled with his/her name)

 

1

 

1

 

1

Backpack (must hang on back of a chair)

 

1

 

1

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teacher Wish List – Lysol spray; post-it notes; masking tape; clear tape; clear

page protectors; staples; Paper-Mate flair colored felt tip pens; binder clips; pack of colored copy paper; pack of white card stock paper

3rd Grade Supply List 18-19

PDF file of the 3rd Grade Supply List

Eastside Elementary 3rd Grade Supply List

  • 1 inch binder notebook (NOT FOR MR. CHRIS’ ROOM)
  • 2 packs of Notebook Paper - Wide Ruled
  • 4 paper pocket folders - please no “flimsy” kinds
  • 4 packs of #2 Pencils (10 or more per pack- regular wood type)
  • 2 packs of Pencil Cap Erasers
  • 4 Spiral Notebooks (70 or more pages)
  • 2 large Boxes of Kleenex Tissues
  • Multiplication Flashcards
  • Ruler
  • Sharp-pointed Scissors
  • Stick Glue
  • Crayons/Colored Pencils (No Colored Pencils for Mrs. Handy’s Class)
  • Markers
  • Clorox Wipes
  • Germ-X  (No Germ-X needed for Mrs. Handy)
  • Band-aids – Latex Free
  • 1 School Supply Box
  • 2 Dry Erase Markers (these are for student use)

4th Grade Supply List 18-19

PDF file of the 4th Grade Supply List

Eastside 4th Grade Supply List

  • 2 packs of pencils
  • 1 pack of erasers
  • (3) packs of paper
  • 2 black dry erase markers(for student use)
  • 1 (4) pack of highlighters assorted colors 
  • One 1 ½ in 3 ring binder 
  • Scissors 
  • 2 containers of Clorox Wipes
  • Pencil Pouch that fits in 3 ring binder
  • Crayons (24 count)
  • Markers (skinny)
  • 8 glue sticks
  • 4 composition notebooks (no spiral bound)
  • Backpack
  • Band-Aides
  • Pack of red pens
    (for student use)
  • Gallon sized baggies

NO TRAPPER KEEPERS AND NO ART BOXES! TRAPPER KEEPERS AND ART BOXES WILL BE SENT HOME.

PLEASE LABEL ALL SUPPLIES WITH YOUR CHILD’S NAME.

5th Grade Supply List 18-19

PDF file of the 5th Grade Supply List

Eastside Elementary 

5th Grade Supply List

  • (4) Packs of loose paper
  • (4) 24 pack of pencils
  • (4) Black Expo markers
  • (1) Package of copy paper
  • (2) Containers of Clorox wipes
  • (3) Boxes of tissues
  • (1) Bottle of Germ-x
  • (4) Folders with prongs (preferably each a different color)
  • (1) Pack of red ink pens
  • (4) Composition Books
  • Bottle of Elmer’s Glue-All 
  • Color pencils
  • Crayons 
  • Markers
  • Pencil Pouch
  • Paper towels
  • Scissors
  • Art supply box

Wish List: Tennis Balls and/or card stock 

6th Grade Supply List 18-19

PDF file of the 6th Grade Supply List

Eastside Elementary 

6th Grade School Supply List 

 

  • 3 Packs of Loose Notebook Paper
  • 24 Pack of Pencils
  • 2 Packs of 6 count glue sticks
  • Crayons or Coloring Pencils (Crayola Brand)
  • 4 Black Expo Markers
  • Art Box
  • 2 Containers of Clorox Wipes
  • 1-2 Rolls of Paper Towels
  • 2 Boxes of Tissues
  • 1 Pack of Red Pens
  • 1 (2 inch) 3 Ring Binder (NO TRAPPER KEEPERS)
  • 5 Slash Pocket Dividers
  • Scissors
  • 4 Composition Books
  • Cap Erasers
  • 1 Pack of Highlighters

7th-8th Grade Supply List 18-19

PDF file of the 7th - 8th Grade Supply List

Homeroom Supplies

  • 4 Kleenex boxes
  • 2 Clorox Wipes containers
  • 1 pack of black expo markers
  • 2 packs of 24 pencils
  • 1 pack of cap erasers
  • 4 packs of loose-leaf wide-ruled notebook paper

Student Supplies

  • Loose-leaf wide-ruled paper, pencils, and pens for everyday use along with enough lead, if using mechanical pencils
  • Black or blue ink pens
  • White-out tape
  • 1 pack of colored pencils or markers for Social Studies and English
  • (1) 120-page spiral notebook for Social Studies (8th Grade only)
  • (4) 1-inch individual binders with pockets inside for Social Studies, Math, English, and Science (Separate binders, not trapper keepers)
  • 3 Packs of eight-tab dividers for Social Studies, English, and Science
  • 2 Packs of red ink pens for Math and English
  • TI-30XS calculator for Math and Science required
  • Post-It Notes for English
  • Multi-colored highlighters for English and Math
  • 1 Composition book for Math
  • 4 Glue sticks for Math
  • 2 Bottles of liquid glue for English
  • Scissors for Math and English

Note:

It is the responsibility of every student to have all of the above required materials.