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Intermediate Supply List

The information below will help you select materials for the upcoming school year.

  • When making your back-to-school purchases please consider that backpacks must fit into a locker (backpacks with wheels are often too large). Also all student materials must fit inside a desk or a cubby. Students will have math books, novels, notebooks and folders to keep in their space. Large binders/organizers/portfolios are popular but often will not fit in these spaces.

  • As we have moved to water filling stations, please send your child(ren) in with a refillable water bottle(s) to be used during the day and at lunch.

  • Ms. O'Sullivan - Room 123
  • Ms. Wright Room 120

Students will be provided with Boomerang Folders (several folders bound together as one), pencils, pencil case, erasers, and notebooks. We are requiring that each child use the Boomerang Folder for every subject. This is to insure their assignments, letters, handouts, etc. are organized in one set of folders. The 3rd graders take their Boomerang Folders home each night and bring them back to school everyday.

  • 3rd grade students will need to bring in a box of tissues that will be used for the classroom.
  • Ms. Dillaman - Room 118
  • Ms. Ridge - Room 122

Students will be provided with a pencil, pencil case, eraser and some of their notebooks. We will also provide planners. Fourth grade students will be responsible for recording homework assignments into it each day. The planner will also be used as a communication tool between home and school. Besides the item mentioned below, all other folders and notebooks will be provided.

  • 4th grade students will need a notebook for language arts, preferably not spiral bound. This notebook is used as a journal.
  • Ms. Metcalf - Room 121
  • Ms. Pohl - Room 119

Students will be provided with a pencil, pencil case, eraser and some of their notebooks. Besides the items mentioned below, all other folders and notebooks will be provided.

  • 5th graders need to purchase a weekly planner. They will be responsible for recording homework assignments into it each day. The planner will also be used as a communication tool between home and school. We strongly recommend student size planners with large spaces for writing assignments and comments. Adult planners often do not have adequate space. Target and Staples have a nice collection of student planners.
  • In addition, 5th grade students will need a notebook for writing, preferably not spiral bound. This notebook is used as a journal.