Student Supplies Needed

Kindergarten: Ms. Drew
      • backpack that is big enough to fit a binder and winter clothing (snow pants, mittens, and a hat).
      • lunchbox if your child is going to be bringing his or her own lunch or snack from home
    • Optional classroom donations:
      • Tissues
      • Clorox cleaning wipes
      • Crayola crayons
      • Zip Lock bags (any size is appreciated)
      • Glue Sticks
    • For home:
      • Pencils
      • Crayons
      • Gluestick
      • Scissors
      First - Mrs. Martin
        • Glue sticks
        • Elmer's glue
        • Box of tissues
      • Optional
        • Ziploc bags (gallon size)
        • Ziploc bags (snack size)
        • Purell hand sanitizer
        • Clorox wipes

      First - Mrs. Pitman
        • Kleenex
        • Hand sanitizer (Purell only)

      Second - Mrs. Whalen
        • Pack of 20-24 pencils 
        • Box of facial tissue
        • Clorox wipes, yellow label
        • Construction paper
        • Pack of skinny markers
        • Pack of fat markers
        • Pack of skinny low odor expo markers
        • Enthusiasm for learning
      Third - Mr. Pratt & Mrs. Albert
      For School
        • 24 pencils
        • 1 box of 24 crayons
        • 1 pack of markers
        • 2 boxes of tissues for classroom supply
        • 2 boxes of pencil top erasers
        • 2 folders to keep your papers in
        • 1 package of glue sticks
        • 1 notebook with lined paper for writing
      For Home
        • 1 pack of multiplcation flashcards
        • 1 pack of addition/subtraction flashcards

      Fourth - Mrs. Littlefield & Mrs. Hill
        • Pencils—enough for your child for the whole year, most students need about 12 pencils each month, you can keep them at home and send them in as needed
        • Eraser caps for pencils
        • Glue Sticks—4 for the whole year
        • 1 box of crayons—no bigger than a box of 24
        • 1 box of colored pencils—no bigger than a box of 24
        • Small black expo markers to use on whiteboards
        • Colored Markers—8 or 10 count box (“wide” ones work best instead of fine point)
        • Scissors—medium size with a point
        • Pencil box/pouch—any kind will do but don’t get a huge one it won’t fit in your desk
        • 1 Red or Green Pen
        • Box of multiplication flash cards—can keep at home but will be needed for homework
        • 2 --70 or 80 pages wide ruled spiral notebooks (has the lined paper inside) 
        • 1—one inch three ring binder any color
        • Regular 2 pocket folders—you will need 5 of these for the year one of each color (orange, blue, green, red, yellow)
        • 2 big boxes of tissues—class will share all of them especially through the winter months
          Please DON’T BUY
        • Little hand held pencil sharpeners—most students just sharpen their pencil to nothing—we will have an electric one in the classroom
        • Trapper Keepers- or other types of large 2-3 ring binders —we need the folders to be separated and there is not enough room in the desks


      Fifth - Ms. Fleming & Ms. Noel
      • Pencils—enough for your child for the whole year, most students need about 12 pencils each month, you can keep them at home and send them in as needed
      • Eraser caps for pencils
      • Glue Sticks—4 for the whole year
      • 1 box of colored pencils—no bigger than a box of 24
      • Small black expo markers to use on whiteboards
      • Colored Markers—8 or 10 count box (“wide” ones work best instead of fine point)
      • Scissors—medium size with a point
      • Pencil box/pouch—any kind will do but don’t get a huge one it won’t fit in your desk
      • 1 Red or Green Pen
      • Box of multiplication flash cards—can keep at home but will be needed for homework
      • 2 --70 or 80 pages wide ruled spiral notebooks (has the lined paper inside) 
      • 1—one inch three ring binder any color
      • Regular 2 pocket folders—you will need 5 of these for the year one of each color (orange, blue, green, red, yellow)
      • 2 big boxes of tissues—class will share all of them especially through the winter months
          Please DON’T BUY
      • Little hand held pencil sharpeners—most students just sharpen their pencil to nothing—we will have an electric one in the classroom
      • Trapper Keepers- or other types of large 2-3 ring binders —we need the folders to be separated and there is not enough room in the desks

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