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Pre-K supplies will be provided to your student by the school, however we would like these supplies to be brought in by the beginning of the year to stay at school. 

  • 1pair of Vinyl-Bottomed slippers (These will be worn everyday @ naptime in case we need to quickly evacuate the building during a fire drill. The must be vinyl-bottomed in case it is rainy or snowy
  • 1 spare set of play clothes (not a uniform). Include socks and undergarments. Place clothes inside of a large zip-lock bag labeled with your child’s name. (Your child’s clothes will be kept in their locker)

These items need to come to school each day and will be sent home each evening.

  • A backpack large enough to carry their daily folder
  • A spill-proof water bottle

Dona Calderon


  • A backpack large enough to carry their daily folder
  • A change of clothes (please include socks and undergarments)
  • Water bottle
  • Gym Shoes

Lynette Sigh

First Grade

  • Back pack with NO wheels that is small enough to fitIn the lockers.
  • A water bottle. It is preferable that the lid be attachedto the bottle.
  • A change of clothes in a plastic bag marked with our child’s name(this is for “emergencies”)
  • A pair of gym shoes 

Michelle Kittleson


Second Grade

Welcome to my classroom! I am excited to meet you. I will purchase most of your school supplies. There are a few things you will need to help our school year run smoothly.

  •  A backpack with no wheels (backpacks must fit in lockers)
  • Spill-Proof Water Bottle (Thermos makes a 12oz. that has an attachable cap that closes over the straw)
  • Change of Uniform Clothes in a Zip Lock Bag (for emergencies)
  • Bring your favorite book that you have read this summer

See You Soon!

Rachel Fuentes


Third Grade

  • Scissors, pointed, sharp
  • 1” 3-ringed notebook
  • Large ruled lined paper- 2 packs (more packs as needed)
  • 1 composition notebook
  • 2 boxes of Kleenex
  • 12 pencils
  • Hand pencil sharpener
  • 12-inch ruler with metric measurements
  • Box of 48 crayons (or more)
  • Box of 24 colored pencils
  • Package of 10 or more markers
  • 2 large glue sticks
  • 1 medium Elmer’s glue
  • 1 bottle of rubber cement
  • 3   extra fine point black sharpie markers
  • 1 box of quart sized baggies
  • Tray of 8 or more watercolors 

Leisa Standish


Fourth Grade

  • Scissors, pointed and sharp
  • Protractor
  • 1 red folder with pockets
  • 1 green folder with pockets
  • Glue sticks 6 pack*
  • 1 4oz. bottle of white school glue
  • 1 box of No. 2 pencils- 10 count*
  • 1 hand-held pencil sharpener
  • 1 ruler 12-inch length with metric measurements
  • 1 small, inexpensive calculator
  • 1 package college-ruled notebook paper*
  • 1 box each – crayons, colored pencils, colored markers
  • Watercolor paint set (8-10 colors)
  • 2-3 pens (blue or black ink)
  • 2 composition notebooks
  • 3 red ink pens
  • Bible (any version)
  • 1 box of tissues (Kleenex)1 white 3-ring binder (1/2” size) with clear front pocket

(*) Indicates that this item may need to be re-supplied during the school year. All items should be labeled with your child’s name when brought in on the first day of school. Thank you. :)

Looking forward to a great year ♡ Mrs. Mayer


Amber Mayer 


Fifth Grade

  • Mechanical pencils & extra lead (enough for the year)
  • Erasers
  • Markers & colored pencils
  • 2 spiral notebooks (approximately 100 pages)
  • Scissors
  • Glue Sticks
  • Watercolor paint set (16-24 or more)
  • Bible (any version)
  • Green or purple pens for grading
  • College-ruled lined paper
  • 12” ruler
  • Highlighters 2 colors
  • 2 large boxes of tissues
  • Index cards (3x5 1 pkg.)
  • Sticky notes (standard size and 1 ½ X 2 bright colors)

Amudha Mullikin


Middle School

  • College-ruled lined paper 2 packages
  • 2 composition notebooks (at least 100 pages each) one for LA and one for Math
  • Bible- any version
  • Calculator- simple
  • Spiral notebook – 6th grade Bible class only
  • Graph paper- For Math
  • Mechanical pencils- 4 dozen-(1 dozen for student to keep and 1 dozen to be stored in each Middle School classroom. .09 is sturdier with less breakage)
  • Extra lead
  • Colored pencils
  • Grading pens – 3 green
  • Elmer’s glue
  • Scissors
  • Highlighter
  • 12” ruler
  • Protractor
  • Erasers
  • 1” 3-ring white binder with a clear cover front pocket – 6th grade and new students only (LA writing portfolio)
  • Tissues – 2 large boxes
  • Small trapper keeper binder with accordion file included and Zip pouch for pencils (Lockers are no more than 12” deep)
  • Index cards (3x5) 2 large packages
  • Sticky notes – small (1 ½ X 2) and large (3” X 3”) 4pads each
  • Locker shelf highly recommended