The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

Naselle-GRV School DistrictSupply List 2007 - 2008

 

August 2, 2007



August 2 , 2007

Kindergarten

1 box of tissues; 1 box of 16 count crayons; 1 box of 10 count broad line markers; 1 bottle of 8oz school glue; boys bring 1 package paper plates and 1 box small ziplock bags; girls bring 1 package baby wipes and 1 large ziplock bags; 1 set of Crayola Twistables crayons; 10 #2 pencils; mini non-electric pencil sharpener;1 big pink eraser; 2 spiral notebooks – wide lined; 4 glue sticks; pair of Fiskars round tip scissors; 1 plastic school box (approximately 8 ½” x 5”); backpack (non rolling); gym shoes with non-marking soles to be kept at school.

First Grade

Scissors (with metal edge); pencil box; 4 packages of #2 pencils (Ticonderoga work best); 2 pink pearl erasers; large box of crayons; colored pencils (optional); bottle of white glue; bottle of hand sanitizer; 1 box of tissues; backpack; gym shoes with non-marking soles to be kept at school

Second Grade

1 box of crayons, 24 colors; 3 boxes of #2 pencils; scissors (small Fiskars); pencil box; pink eraser; 3 glue sticks; pocket folder for papers going home and back;pencil sharpener with cover; 1 wide-ruled spiral-bound notebook, 120 pages; 1 ruler (inches and centimeters); 1 box of eraser caps; 2 dry erase markers (red, blue, green or black); box of tissues; 2 large packs of baby wipes; gym shoes with non-marking soles to be kept at school.

Third Grade

3 boxes of #2 pencils; scissors (small Fiskars); pencil top erasers;colored pencils; 2 glue sticks; small white glue; box of tissues; pocket folder for papers going home and back; 1” binder; pencil sharpener with cover; 2 packages wide-ruled paper; ruler (standard and metric side); 1 wide-ruled spiral bound notebook, 120 pages; crayons; markers; 2 dry erase markers; gym shoes with non-marking soles to be kept at school.

Fourth Grade

2 packages wide-ruled notebook paper; 3 wide-ruled spiral-bound notebooks, 120 pages each; blue or black ink pens, non-eraseable; crayons and markers; ruler (with metric and standard); protractor; 3 boxes of #2 pencils; scissors (small Fiskars); pencil box; pink eraser; colored pencils; 6 glue sticks; 1 box of tissues;3 pocket folders; 1” white view binder; pencil sharpener with cover; 2-3 dry erase markers; gym shoes with non-marking soles to be kept at school.

Fifth Grade

3 ring binder (2” or 3”) – good quality- to go home and come back every day; subject dividers for notebook (set of at least 7 dividers); wide-ruled notebook paper – one year’s supply (must have 20-100 blank sheets at all times); dictionary – intermediate level or above; get a good fat one not a simple small one; 3 wide-ruled, spiral-bound notebooks with 60-100 pages each; scissors (large size); glue stick (3-5 for whole year); small bottle of white glue; #2 pencils (about 25-50 for whole year); 12 or 24 set of colored pencils; set of Crayola markers; large pink eraser; pencil case; calculator – basic four function with square root; ruler – sturdy plastic with inches and centimeters; protractor; 2 boxes of tissues; gym shoes with non-marking soles to be kept at school.

Sixth Grade

Large scissors; compass; metric/standard ruler; 3” 3-ring binder; 7 subject index dividers; intermediate dictionary; thesaurus; colored pencils; hand held pencil sharpener; blue or black pens; markers; large pink eraser; sturdy protractor and compass set; 1/4” graph paper with 3 holes; 2 boxes of tissue; 2 packages of baby wipes; wide-ruled notebook paper; #2 pencils with erasers; glue sticks; a 64-128 mg jump drive is recommended but not required; gym shoes with non-marking soles to be kept at school.

Seventh & Eighth Grades

8th needs 1/2" 3-ring white view binders (no zippers, no Velcro); 7th needs two 1/2" 3-ring white view binders (no zippers, no Velcro); 2 packages of tab divider pages; erasable dark blue or black pens; pencils; pencil tip erasers; college-ruled white paper; highlighter pens; one pouch to put into binder for pens, pencils, etc.; box of colored pencils; (optional) T-183 Texas Instrument calculator; (no spiral notebooks, peechees, side pouches, zipper binders.)

Middle School Physical Education

Shorts or sweats – no cutoffs, jeans or pants with zippers or buttons; t-shirt, sweatshirt – no buttons or torn shirts; socks; gym shoes with non-marking soles to be kept at school.

 

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