Supply Lists

Wondering what you need for the school year? Check out the attached school supply lists for each grade level to help you get started. Be sure to start the school year off with all the supplies you need!

1st Grade

First Grade Supplies

Dear Parents,

Many families enjoy shopping for school supplies during the last few weeks of summer. The teachers often receive requests about what is needed for school. Therefore, we have compiled a list for you.

These materials are needed regularly (about once a month) throughout the school year.

1. Jumbo glue sticks

2. One box of 24 yellow #2 sharpened pencils (only wooden)

3. Erasers (big white erasers work great)

4. Box of tissues

These materials are only needed at the beginning of the school year.

1. One box of sixteen crayons

2. One pair of ear buds/head phones

We hope this list of suggested supplies will assist you when you are making your “Back To School” selections. Please remember that these items are optional for you to purchase. We are looking forward to a rewarding first grade year. Thank you for your support!

Sincerely,
First Grade Teachers
June 2017

2nd Grade

Second Grade Supplies

Dear Students and Parents,

We know that many families enjoy shopping as they look forward to a new school year. Teachers often receive requests regarding what school supplies will be needed. Due to space limitations and to help avoid making unnecessary purchases, we have compiled a list of items for your second grade student to use throughout the school year. If you wish your child may bring these supplies on the first day of school.

1 pencil box or pouch (about 8x5x1 inch will fit in our desks) Pack of Glue Sticks

1 Yellow Highlighter

2 dozen standard pencils (Ticonderoga brand is best for sharpening)

2 block eraser

1 pack of 12 colored pencils

3- Pocket folders (Red, Yellow, and Blue)

2 family-size box of tissues (to share throughout the year)

1 24-package crayons

4-5 spiral bound notebooks - 1 subject, wide ruled

1 box Ziploc bags – sandwich/gallon size (optional)

Over the course of the year we may be asking for additional quantities of tissues, pencils and glue sticks.

We encourage the use of traditional backpacks rather than those on wheels due to limited storage space. The children should not bring binders, like “Trapper Keepers” unless requested by the teacher at “Meet the Staff Night”, and please do not send mechanical pencils to school.

We recommend that each student have a designated workspace at home. In this area, the student could have the following supplies available: pencils, erasers, crayons, markers, colored pencils, scissors, glue, tape and a ruler (inch & centimeter). These items could be stored in a shoebox or other container.

We hope this list of suggested supplies will assist you when making your “Back to School” selections. Please understand that these purchases are totally voluntary. We are looking forward to a rewarding second grade year. Thank you for your support!

Mark your calendar - Meet the Staff Social, August 23rd 3:30 - 5:00. We look forward to meeting you then.

Sincerely,
Second Grade Teachers

3rd Grade

Third Grade Supplies

Dear Students and Parents,

We know that many families enjoy shopping as they look forward to a new school year. Teachers often receive requests regarding what school supplies will be needed. Due to space limitations and to help you avoid making unnecessary purchases, we have compiled a list of important items for your third grade student to use in school throughout the year. Your child may bring these supplies on the first day of school. Not all items need to be brought on the 1st day--”extras” may be kept at home until your child needs them.

    • 4 2-pocket folders (different colors, please)
    • 1 pencil box
    • 2 dozen pencils (to be used throughout the year) **No mechanical pencils, please.
    • 1 package of 12-24 colored pencils
    • 3-5 highlighters (various colors)
    • 2-4 dry erase markers
    • 2 small erasers
    • 2 glue sticks
    • Earbuds or headphones
    • 1 old sock (to use as an eraser for dry erase markers)
    • 1 Family-size box of tissues OR 1 container of sanitizing wipes

We encourage the use of traditional backpacks rather than those on wheels due to the steps in the building and limited storage space.

We recommend that each student have a designated workspace at home. In this area students should have the following supplies available: pencils, erasers, crayons, markers, colored pencils, scissors, glue, tape, and a ruler (inch and centimeter). These items could be stored in a shoebox or other container. The children should also have a dictionary available for use.

We hope this list of suggested supplies will assist you when making your “Back to School” selections. Please understand that these purchases are voluntary. We are looking forward to a rewarding third grade year. Thank you for your support!


Sincerely,
Third Grade Teachers


4th Grade

Fourth Grade Supplies


Dear Students and Parents,

We know that many families enjoy shopping as they look forward to a new school year and teachers often receive questions regarding recommended school supplies. Due to space limitations and to help you avoid making unnecessary purchases, we have compiled a list of important items for fourth graders to use in school throughout the year.

  • 1 pencil box (about 8x5x2 inches will fit inside our desks)
  • 2 yellow highlighters
  • 2 pink highlighters (Popadak students only)
  • 2 dozen #2 pencils (to be used throughout the year- they do not need to be brought in all at once)
  • pack of 12 colored pencils
  • box of 12 crayons
  • 2 red pens & 1 blue pen
  • 3 pack of white erasers (the brands Staedtler, Mars, and Staples work best)
  • 2 packs of fine point, unscented dry-erase markers (at least 8 markers - these are used often!)
  • 2 Family-size boxes of tissues
  • 1 pair of old cotton socks (to be used as a dry erase board eraser)
  • 1 container of sanitizing wipes (except for Deitrich who already has plenty)
  • 1 pack of wide ruled notebook paper (except for Popadak)
  • 1 small bottle of liquid white glue
  • 2 glue sticks
  • 4 pocket folders
  • small pencil sharpener (Popadak students only)

The fourth grade teachers all use a binder as a way to communicate with parents and bring items to and from school safely. Please see the specific guidelines below for the binders:

  • sturdy one inch binder (please make sure it is only one inch)
  • the binder should contain 3 separate binder folders (these folders have prefabricated holes & pockets)

We encourage the use of traditional backpacks rather than those on wheels due to the steps in our building and limited storage space. Each student should have a designated work space at home. In this area at home students should have the following supplies available:

  • pencils and erasers
  • crayons, markers, colored pencils
  • scissors, glue, tape
  • ruler (inch and centimeter)
  • multiplication and division flash cards
  • calculator

We hope this list of suggested supplies will assist you when making your “Back to School” selections. We are looking forward to a rewarding fourth grade year. Thank you for your support!

Sincerely,
Fourth Grade Teachers
Mrs. Deitrich, Mrs. Diffenderfer, Mrs. Hower, Mrs. Popadak, and Mrs. Stec


5th Grade

Fifth Grade Supplies

Dear Parents and 5th Grade Students,

We know that many families enjoy shopping as they look forward to a new school year.

Teachers often receive questions regarding school supplies. Due to space limitations and to help you avoid making unnecessary purchases, we have compiled a list of important items for 5th grade students to use in school this year. If you are able to purchase these things for your child, please have them bring these supplies on the first day of school.

  • 5 - 2 Pocket Folders - 1 Yellow, 1 Red, 1 Blue, 1 Green, 1 Orange
  • Please do not label; we will do that in school
  • 2 Dozen #2 Pencils
  • 1 Glue Stick
  • 1 Pack of 12 Thin Markers
  • 1 Pack of 12 Colored Pencils
  • 1 Highlighter
  • 2 Dry Erase Markers
  • 1 Clean Old Sock (for dry erase boards)
  • 1 Zippered Pencil Pouch (Optional)-Please no pencil boxes
  • 3 -1 Subject Spiral Bound Notebook

✶Please keep in mind the 5th grade text books are large, and our desks are small. Please do not over purchase, and please NO 3 - RING BINDERS.

✶Other helpful items we can use in our classrooms: Tissues, pump hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, band aids and cough drops.

We encourage the use of traditional backpacks rather than those on wheels due to the stairs and limited storage in classrooms.

Each student should also have a designated place at home where he or she can do their homework. The following items would be beneficial to have in the homework area.

PENCILS AND ERASERS

CRAYONS, MARKERS, AND COLORED PENCILS

SCISSORS, GLUE, AND TAPE

RULER (INCH AND CENTIMETER)

MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION FLASH CARDS

DICTIONARY/THESAURUS

8.5 X 11 LINED PAPER AND PLAIN PAPER

We hope these suggestions will assist you when making your “Back To School” purchases. Please understand that these purchases are totally voluntary. We look forward to a fulfilling and rewarding 5th grade year for everyone!

Thank you for your help and support.
The 5th Grade Teachers

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