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What kind of school supplies should I be prepared to see on the list?

by on Jul. 21, 2012 at 9:19 PM
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MysticLove
by Member on Jul. 22, 2012 at 11:37 AM

I tried, they haven't updated their web page since Oct.

Quoting PinkParadox:

look it up on their website.


abmaddox1981
by on Jul. 22, 2012 at 11:43 AM
Depending on your area and when school starts, Walmart and target should have the supply lists in the store. Also, if school starts in the next 3 weeks, there should be someone at the board of education who can help you

Quoting MysticLove:

I tried, they haven't updated their web page since Oct.

Quoting PinkParadox:

look it up on their website.


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PinkParadox
by on Jul. 22, 2012 at 12:39 PM
Pooh :(. You could get an idea from last years lists. Also...my WalMart has the lists out

Quoting MysticLove:

I tried, they haven't updated their web page since Oct.

Quoting PinkParadox:

look it up on their website.


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periwinkle163
by Bronze Member on Jul. 22, 2012 at 12:41 PM

 

Quoting momto3bs:

My kindergarten list includes all the above except they ask for 6 boxes crayola only crayons and 24 glue sticks (seriously im not kidding) and sharpie markers which I know r prob not for my five yr old. Your list looks great to me.

 The markers could be for art, the art teacher here uses them for lots of different projects.

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janitablue
by on Jul. 22, 2012 at 2:27 PM

I agreed with steel check the school website or call the school office before buying supplies if you have not received one in thr mail. Don't sweat the small stuff the teacher usually give students a week to get the supplies. Good luck

Quoting steelcrazy:

I would say that pencils, crayons, and glue sticks would be on the list for sure.  I wouldn't go out and buy anything that I couldn't use at home without seeing the actual list though as they do vary from school to school.  Have you checked the school's website to see if they have it posted there?  Also the Walmarts around here usually have supply lists for the area schools at the store.



CrystalDawn2506
by on Jul. 22, 2012 at 2:37 PM

This is the list for Kindergarten this year. I can't imagine what 1st grade's list will look like next yr.

1 Backpack (large enough to carry a folder and books, no wheels because they will not fit in our cubbies) 

3 boxes of 8 Crayola Crayons

1 Pack of plain pencils

2 Big pink erasers

 3 Glue sticks

1 Fiskar scissors

 1 Pack of dry erase markers

 4 Containers of Play-Doh

 1 big box of Kleenex

 1 Small blanket or beach towel

 1 Small pillow (no bed pillows, no pillow pets)

 1 Change of clothes in a Zip Lock bag.

1 Bag of Rice

1 Container of Flushable Wipes

 1 Roll of Paper Towels

 1 Container of Clorox Wipes

4 three prong, two pocket folders, need to be plastic not paper, any color

1 three ring binder, 1 inch, any color

 *** Please do not write your child's name on classroom supplies. These supplies will become

     community property that will be shared amongst all students.

 *** Please write your child's name on their personal items: backpack, clothes, blanket, and pillow.


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