Jr. High

Grades 6, 7, and 8
2    mechanical (.7 or .9 mm lead) pencils with extra lead and erasers; any retractable erasers must be non-clicking
2    blue or black ballpoint pens – not gel pens or roller ball pens as these bleed through the paper
2    red ballpoint pens
1    light color highlighter
1    12-inch ruler (metric and standard) to be kept in the binder at all times
1    set of large washable art markers – classic colors
1    pair of scissors
1    jumbo glue stick
2    correction tapes–NO LIQUID
1    sturdy zippered bag for all of the above supplies  (This bag will notbe kept in the binder.)
1    three-ring, solid-color,  1 1/2-inch binder  (This must not have a zipper closing around the edges.)
2    sets of subject dividers / 5 cut / no pockets   (to be labeled in class as directed by the teacher)
3    packages (300 cards total) 3” X 5”  lined white index cards (to be turned in on the first day for literature class)
1    package (100 cards) 4” X 6” lined white index cards (to be turned in on the first day for English class)
1    soft-pack refill of “baby wipes”  (80 count minimum)
5    jumbo stretchable fabric book covers   (to fit texts up to 9” X 11 1/2”) for math/Algebra, literature, English, science, social studies
2    large stretchable fabric book covers  (to fit texts up to 8” x 10”) for spelling, Spanish
1    ream of white copy paper (500 sheets)
white college ruled paper throughout the school year
personal-sized packages of tissue throughout the school year
$10.00 for calculator purchased through the school to assure uniformity for instructional purposes
$5.00 for compass purchased through the school to assure uniformity for instructional purposes–not needed for 8th grade algebra class

Grade 6 only
2    9 3/4” x 7 1/2 “ composition books – college ruled (to be used for math and Spanish)
1    8 1/2” x 11” one subject spiral notebook – college ruled for English   
3    8 1/2”x 11”  two or three subject spiral notebooks – college ruled for literature, math and homeroom
1    solid-color folder with pockets across the bottom for music
1    protractor

Grade 7 only
1  8 1/2” x 11”  one subject spiral notebook – college ruled for English
1   8 1/2” x 11”  two  or three subject spiral notebook – college ruled for literature
1   8 1/2” x 11”  five subject spiral notebook – college ruled for homeroom
1    solid-color folder with pockets across the bottom for music
1    roll of paper towels
1    protractor

Grade 8 only
2   8 1/2” x 11” two or three subject spiral notebooks – college ruled for math/algebra, literature
2   solid-color folder with pockets across the bottom for music and homeroom
1    package (100 cards) 3” X 5” lined white index cards for homeroom
1    pair of small earbuds to be kept at school for use with laptops in homeroom

9th grade Algebra only (Mrs. Beigle’s students)
2    sets Expo whiteboard markers (any color) – 1 set of chisel tip; 1 set of fine tip                                     
2    packages (200 cards total) 3” X 5” lined white index cards

     ** Correction fluid, card boxes, pencil boxes, and personal pencil sharpeners are not permitted in Grades 6, 7, and 8.**

EMERGENCY SUPPLIES

** Please have these items at school by Friday, September 1, 2017. **

Gallon-size re-sealable plastic storage bags will be included in the first family envelope.  We ask each family to fill these with the items listed below for each student.  In the event of an emergency, each class will have on hand some other basic supplies for the students in the class.  

We suggest at least the following for each student:

2 drinks, such as juice, in aluminum cans (no plastic or cardboard juice boxes, no carbonated beverages, and NO GLASS)

2 meats, such as tuna, chicken, or Vienna sausages                       

2 sweets, such as puddings or granola bars                                    

2 fruits, such as fruit rolls, raisins, dried fruits, or trail mix

Food must be commercially sealed in paper, plastic, or pop-top cans. 

Also, include two plastic spoons and a change of underwear, packed discreetly. 

Please see the Moving Toward Emergency Preparedness Form on the school website (under Registration Information) to see who is responsible to bring water this school year.