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Office Hours: 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM
School Hours: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

The following is a list of school supplies our classes use throughout the year and we would appreciate the donation of any of the following items to add to our community classroom supplies. They are inexpensive and can be found readily at local retailers.

Thank you for your continued support and involvement in your child’s education.



Parent Tips:

• When purchasing single subject notebooks and folders, it is helpful if they coordinate. For example, a green notebook and a green pocket folder can be designated for Science class.
• Students will be using their lockers throughout the school day. Backpacks and cellphones will remain in the locker throughout the school day.
• Students may use a laptop sleeve to carry/additionally protect their laptop.
• Using a carrier binder with a shoulder strap is helpful when carrying materials to each class. These are also now available with built in sleeves to hold laptops.
• Pencil carriers with a zipper closure help to keep them contained and can be purchased with 3 ring binder compatibility.
• Students will receive a planner in the first week of school. It includes a calendar for writing down assignments, the school handbook and the school calendar (dates of holidays, planned early dismissals and breaks).


• One (1) 3-ring carrier binder (typically zips up) to carry notes and materials in during the day
• One (1) 2 inch, 3 ring binder and one (1) pocket folder for math only
• Three (3) single subject notebooks and three (3) pocket folders for ELA, Social Studies and Science.
• Pencils and Erasers
• Highlighters
• A box of crayons or colored pencils
• Index cards
• Dry erase markers


• One (1) 3-ring carrier binder (typically zips up) to carry notes and materials in during the day
• One (1) 2 inch, 3 ring binder and one (1) pocket folder for math only
• Three (3) single subject notebooks and three (3) pocket folders for ELA, Social Studies and Science.
• Pencils and Erasers
• Highlighters


• One (1) 3-ring carrier binder (typically zips up) to carry notes and materials in during the day
• One (1) 2 inch, 3 ring binder and one (1) pocket folder for math only
• Three (3) single subject notebooks and three (3) pocket folders for ELA, Social Studies and Science.
• Pencils and Erasers


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