Suggested Supplies for the 2011 - 2012
Supplies by Grade Level
lists are being updated for the 2010 - 2011 school year. If you
have any questions, please contact your child's teacher or the
Denotes change from last year.
- Erin Eye
One change of clothing in a Tupperware container or Ziploc bag with
name. Please include pants, shirt, socks and underwear.
2. Two rolls of paper towels
3. One package of Dixie cups (5 oz.)
4. Two bottles of soap (SoftSoap brand)
5. One large container of Clorox or Lysol wipes
6. One bag of cotton balls
7. One box of regular crayons (8 count; no large crayons)
8. Rest mat (Red and blue may be purchased at Wal-Mart, K-Mart
or Roses. Please, no extra thick mats due to storage.
9. Rest towel with name. No blankets due to storage.
10. Backpack with name. At least 18 inches in height; no wheels.
11. Two white T-shirts big enough for growing throughout
12. One bottle of white glue. No gel glue.
13. Snack fee ($45/year or $5/month)
14. $5.50 fee for Scholastic's Clifford magazine
15. $10 art fee
Fees for the year total $60.50.
Please make checks payable to Erin Eye. If you send cash, please
place it in an envelope with your child's name.
1. Gallon-size Ziploc bags and/or sandwich-size bags
2. One pack of napkins
3. One box of tissues
4. Plastic Wal-Mart (or other store) bags
- Kim Keplinger
Three boxes of regular-size crayons (Crayola 8-pack)
2. Six glue sticks
3. A regular-size backpack: no wheels or drawstrings, please
4. One regular-size box of Kleenex tissues
5. Two boxes of Dixie cups (8 oz.)
6. One package of three white T-shirts. Please get these big enough
to wear through the spring. Size 10 - 12 works well for most children,
so that long sleeve shirts can be worn underneath on field trips.
7. One Kindermat (tri-fold kind). No roll ups.
8. A towel for rest time (beach or bath towel). No blankets, please.
9. Your child will have a monthly snack fee of $5 while in kindergarten.
You can pay monthly or pay it all at once, which will be $45.
10. $4 for a year's subscription to National Geographic Young
11. Extra set of clothes, preferably sweat pants and a T-shirt works
well with underpants. Please put these in a gallon-size Ziploc bag
with your child's name on the bag.
12. One baby shoe or recently outgrown shoe for a special project
13. One package of dinner napkins
14. One bottle of liquid soap
15. One bottle of Elmer's white glue with orange tip
16. (Optional) One roll of Bounty paper towels
Pencils with erasers
2. Box of crayons - approximately 16 in a box. Big boxes are too
difficult to manage.
3. Pencil box - to keep supplies in
4. Two spiral notebooks must be spiral
5. Two boxes of tissues
6. A box of QUART-size Ziploc baggies
7. Glue (optional)
8. Scissors (optional)
No big 3-ring binders
1. Four spiral (with wire) wide rule 1-subject
notebooks. Choose these colors if possible and label as follows:
Yellow notebook for spelling, Red
notebook for languag, Green notebook for reading and Purple
notebook for math
2. One pack of colored pencils
3. Wooden pencils and erasers
4 Two boxes of tissues
6. Small pencil box
7. Glue sticks (two for first semester;
two for second semester)
8. One box of large or small Ziploc bags (slides work best for
9. $4.25 for Weekly Reader subscription. Please send cash
or check payable to Weekly Reader, not BES.
10. Label everything with your child's name.
- Mr. Heavner
1. Five spiral 1-subject notebooks (wide rule).
Label with name: language, math, writing, reading, science/social
2. One package loose-leaf notebook paper
3. Pencils (no pens or mechanical pens)
5. Small pencil box
6. Crayons: box of 24. Markers and/or colored pencils are optional.
8. Glue sticks (two for first semester; two for second semester).
Please no liquid glue.
9. Two boxes of tissues
10. Two 2-pocket folders, preferably the heavy plastic ones
11. One box Ziploc bags (quart or gallon size)
12. $4.25 for the Weekly Reader subscription. Please send
cash or check payable to Weekly Reader, not BES.
Please do not bring pencil sharpeners or crayon sharpeners from
home. We have them in our classrooms.
I will supply rulers when we need them. Please do not bring from
No calculators, please.
Fourth Grade - Patty Sickler Updated 8
1. Two two pocket folders-no brads
2. One pencil box
3. Five one subject notebooks-wide ruled
4. One three subject notebook-wide ruled
5. Three packages of loose-leaf notebook paper
6. One box gallon size Zip Lock bags
7. One pair of scissors
8. One box of colored pencils or crayons. NO markers, please.
9. One dozen #2 pencils. NO mechanical pencils or pens.
10. Two glue sticks for 1st semester; two for 2nd semester
11. Two large boxes of tissues-for sharing with the class
12. One package of index cards
13. One 12-inch ruler marked in inches and centimeters
14. One Pink Pearl eraser
don't bring pencil sharpeners or calculators from home. These
are supplied by the school.
| Fifth Grade
- Joey Eason
1. One composition book
2. Five 1-subject notebooks
3. One 5-subject notebook
4. Three packages of notebook paper
5. No binders or trapper keepers
6. Six plain 2-pocket folders (no brads)
7. Twelve #2 pencils
8. One box of colored pencils (no markers)
One pair of scissors
10. Two glue sticks (no bottles)
11. One pack of index cards
12. One soft pencil bag (no boxes)
13. Two boxes of tissues
14. One box of Ziploc bags (sandwich size)
15. Four tennis balls (for chair legs)
$3.00 for assignment book (A MUST!)
- Mr. Lambert
Three packs packaged notebook paper
One 1½ inch 3-ring binder
Eight 2-pocket folders with holes
Two packages of #2 pencils
Colored pencils or pack of crayons
Glue stick (no bottles)
Tissues (for classroom sharing)
Ziploc bags - gallon size
no markers, scissors, rulers or pencil sharpeners