Answer by jeanclaudia at 6:18 PM on Aug. 2, 2009
I got my sons on his last day of school. Sometimes your local Wal-Mart or K-mart will have a list there for the schools.
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Answer by tyfry7496 at 11:42 PM on Aug. 2, 2009
As a teacher, my idea is that they don't want you to get a list from a specific teacher, not like the teacher and want to switch. This drives me crazy. My kids go back Sept. 8 in MI, and we won't get a list until that first week in Sept. I think a generic grade level list should be put together so parents can hit the sales. That way they can still keep the child's teacher a "secret," but parents and kids make out on what is on the list. Those supply lists are supposed to be optional. You only buy what you can or want. I work in a low income school and don't send out a list.
Answer by Teachermom01 at 9:04 AM on Aug. 3, 2009
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