ADMINISTRATION DAY 
MAY 31, 2018


Third Grade Supply List

2018-2019


1 one and a half inch binder with a pocket

4 composition books (NOT spiral)

4 pocket folders

3 packs of wide ruled notebook paper

1 pencil bag (no boxes)

48  #2 Ticonderoga pencils (no mechanical pencils)

2 boxes of crayons

1 box of colored pencils

1 pair of scissors

8 glue sticks

4 black dry erase markers

2 yellow highlighters

1 clear or mesh backpack (no Trapper Keepers or satchels)

$20 classroom donation


If you can, please donate one or more of the following:

  • Boxes of tissues

  • Paper towels

  • Clorox wipes

  • Balls, jump ropes, hula hoops, playground equipment

  • Germ-x

  • Sharpies

  • Post-it Notes

  • Band-aids

  • Ziploc baggies



4th Grade Supply List 

2018-2019

 **Incoming 4th graders are expected to have mastered multiplication and cursive writing, so please practice over the summer.**

 

Student Supplies

Clear or mesh backpack

1.5 inch 3 Ring Binder with pockets (No Trapper Keepers, please)

5 packs wide ruled paper (Bring as needed)

#2 pencils

Pack of black, fine-tip, dry erase markers

1-70 page spiral notebook

2 folders with pockets

Red Pens

Yellow highlighter 

Pencil pouch

 

Art Supplies: Crayons and/or colored pencils, Scissors, Glue stick

 

Classroom Supplies: 4 large boxes of tissues (Kleenex), 4 rolls of paper towels, 2 bottles of Germ-X  hand sanitizer, Girls-bring Lysol spray, Boys-bring Lysol wipes, 1 pack of colored copy paper (not cardstock)

 

A $20 donation will be collected on Parent Night. This donation will be used for additional classroom needs.

 Thank you for your support!

5th Grade Supply List 

2018-2019

  • clear or mesh backpack (no rollers)
  • wide-ruled loose leaf paper (suggestion of 4 packs)
  • #2 pencils (suggestion of  24 pencils); mechanical pencils are fine
  • 2 inch 3-ring binder
  • pencil bag to fit into the binder
  • 70-count spiral notebooks (suggestion of 4)
  • colored pencils, crayons, markers 
  • dry-erase markers
  • scissors
  • glue sticks or liquid glue
  • high-liters

Classroom donations:

  • $20.00
  • paper towels
  • 2 boxes of tissues
  • hand sanitizer
  • sponsor(s) for classroom t-shirts (let your homeroom teacher know)
  • sanitizing wipes
  • baggies (gallon/quart/snack size) 
  • playground equipment (basketballs, kick balls, etc.)
  • board games/puzzles/indoor recess items

 

* Please make sure to complete chaperone form and the paperwork for fingerprinting that is now required in order for parents to accompany students on ANY fieldtrips. See your child’s teacher for these forms.

Title 1 schools have the opportunity to tailor programs based on the needs of their students and parents. This survey is your opportunity to share what parents need when it comes to educating their children. Your input is extremely important. The survey will be used by your school's Title 1 Planning Team in developing the Parent Involvement Policy, School-Parent Compact, and Calendar of Parent Events. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. 

2017-2018 Parent Involvement Surveys 

Important Documents

Important Dates

2017-2018 CALENDAR

MAY
31 - ADMINISTRATION DAY
JUNE
1 - LAST DAY / REPORT CARDS

2018-2019 CALENDAR

AUGUST

14 - FIRST DAY FOR ALL STUDENTS
31 - VACATION


SEPTEMBER

3  -VACATION



OCTOBER

12 - VACATION
15 - VACATION



NOVEMBER

6 - IN-SERVICE DAY
12 - VACATION
21 - HALF DAY
22 - VACATION
23 - VACATION

DECEMBER

24- 
 JANUARY 4 - CHRISTMAS BREAK



JANUARY

1-4 CHRISTMAS BREAK CONTINUES
7 - ADMINISTRATIVE DAY
21 - VACATION

FEBRUARY

18 - IN-SERVICE DAY

MARCH

8 - IN-SERVICE DAY

APRIL

1-5 SPRING BREAK
19 - HALF DAY


MAY

27 - VACATION DAY
30 - ADMINISTRATION DAY
31 - LAST DAY / REPORT CARDS


JUNE



FALL FAMILY NIGHT FESTIVAL - TBA
THANKSGIVING MEAL - TBA
CHRISTMAS PROGRAMS - TBA
DRAMA PERFORMANCES - TBA
OTHER EVENTS - TBA
PARENT  TEACHER CONFERENCES 3:00-5:00
SCHOOL DANCES 3:45-5:45


MISSION STATEMENTAND BELIEFS:
We believe in: 
  • S Safety for all
  • I Individualized instruction
  • S Student-centered teaching and learning for college and career readiness 
  • C Critical thinking being fostered daily
  • U Utilizing technology to promote academic growth
  • B Building a community where all can succeed
  • S Supporting high expectations for all


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Last Updated: February 23, 2017