2019-20 School Supplies

Supply lists for students in grades K-8 for the 2019-20 school year are listed here. These lists are shorter than they have been in previous years because the approved district budget includes $20,000 worth of supplies that, in years past, were provided by parents.

Supply needs for high schoolers vary by student schedule. During the first week of school, teachers will tell high school students of any supplies they should have for the courses they enroll in. Parents of high school students looking to get a jump start on school supply shopping should consider items their child might need for any class, depending on the child’s studying and organization habits: notebooks, binders, folders, pens, pencils, etc.

Supplies for pre-K students are provided by the school through the grant that funds that program.

Note, clear backpacks are not required for any grade level. However, middle and high school students who wish to carry a backpack between classes must use a clear or mesh bag. Otherwise, backpacks must be kept in students’ lockers.

Kindergarten

  • 1″ white binder with clear front pocket
  • 36 sharpened Ticonderoga pencils
  • Headphones (NOT earbuds)
    • Headphones are strongly recommended, but not required. Students without headphones will have the option of sharing with other children.
  • $2 for take-home folder in an envelope with your child’s name on it

First Grade

  • 1″ binder with clear front pocket
  • 8″x5″ supply box
  • 1 red folder
  • 1 blue folder
  • 36 sharpened Ticonderoga pencils
  • Headphones (NOT earbuds)
    • Headphones are strongly recommended, but not required. Students without headphones will have the option of sharing with other children.
  • $2 for take-home folder in an envelope with your child’s name on it

Second Grade

  • two 1″ binders with clear front pockets
  • supply box
  • 1 red folder
  • 1 blue folder
  • 1 yellow folder
  • 1 pad of lined Post-Its
  • 36 sharpened Ticonderoga pencils
  • Headphones (NOT earbuds)
    • Headphones are strongly recommended, but not required. Students without headphones will have the option of sharing with other children.
  • $2 for take-home folder in an envelope with your child’s name on it

Third Grade

  • 3 pads of Post-Its
  • pencil case
  • 1 red folder
  • 1 blue folder
  • 1 yellow folder
  • 1 green folder
  • 36 sharpened Ticonderoga pencils
  • $2 for take-home folder in an envelope with your child’s name on it
  • $3 for agenda in an envelope with your child’s name on it

Fourth Grade

  • soft supply case
  • 1 blue notebook
  • 1 red notebook
  • 1 red folder
  • 1 blue folder
  • 1 yellow folder
  • 1 green folder
  • 36 sharpened Ticonderoga pencils
  • $3 for agenda in an envelope with your child’s name on it

Fifth Grade

  • two 1.5″ binders
  • 1 package of 5 dividers
  • 3 plastic folders
  • 1 green notebook
  • 2 pads of Post-Its
  • 36 sharpened Ticonderoga pencils
  • Headphones OR earbuds (whichever the student prefers)
  • $3 for agenda in an envelope with your child’s name on it

Sixth Grade

  • two 1″ binders
  • one 1.5″ binder
  • 2 pads of Post-Its
  • soft pencil case
  • 2 packages of 5 dividers
  • 4 notebooks
  • 2 blue folders
  • 2 red folders
  • 2 yellow folders
  • 2 green folders
  • 2 folders (you choose color)
  • PE lock (to be purchased through the school for $5)
  • TI-30X IIS calculator
  • 36 sharpened Ticonderoga pencils

Seventh Grade

  • four 1″ binders
  • one 2″ binder
  • 4 packages of 5 dividers
  • 2 folders
  • 2 notebooks
  • 6 pens
  • 36 sharpened Ticonderoga pencils
  • Headphones OR earbuds (whichever the student prefers)
  • TI-30X IIS calculator

Eighth Grade

  • two 2″ binders
  • 2 packages of 8 dividers
  • 6 folders
  • 3 notebooks
  • 6 pens
  • 36 sharpened Ticonderoga pencils
  • Headphones OR earbuds (whichever the student prefers)
  • PE lock (from sixth or seventh grade OR to be purchased through the school for $5)
  • TI-30X IIS calculator (for students taking Math 8)
    • Students enrolled in Algebra will need a graphing calculator. Ms. Sullivan will be in contact with families of enrolled students with more information.