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Peabody Charter Elementary

2017 - 2018 School Supplies

 

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June 2017                                                                                                                                                             

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 2017-2018

We greatly appreciate your strong support of your child’s academic achievement and the importance of being prepared for school. Over the past two years, we have saved thousands of dollars for supplies due to your generosity.

Here are the lists of supplies that are needed for each grade level. If you can donate any of these items for one or more child, we would be very grateful. Please bring your donations to your child’s teacher. All office supply and discount stores such as Target, KMart , WalMart and Amazon have these supplies.

 

 

KINDERGARTEN SUPPLY NEEDS OF EACH STUDENT*

MUST HAVE:

FULL SIZE Backpack (needs to fit communication folder and art work)

Crayola or Prang Oil Pastels Set

Crayola or Prang Chalk Pastels set

Crayola or Prang watercolor set with brush (not the washable set, it does not work as well)

One box of tissues

2 Bottles of White Elmer’s School Glue (4 oz size)

Pack of glue sticks

Three large containers of disinfectant wipes

1 Set of thin black whiteboard markers (EXPO preferred)

1 White t-shirt  (the white t-shirts run small so please buy your child a larger size shirt)

Crayola 10 pack classic color markers  (or any other color markers would be appreciated)

Crayola 12 pack color pencils (please no erasable or twistable)

 

*When your child’s teacher visits you, he/she can give you more details and examples of what is needed.

Optional:

One extra box of tissues

1 Hand Soap

One roll of paper towels

Ream of white copy paper

Tape: any kind appreciated (packing, masking, scotch, etc.)

Post-it notes (any size, any color)

Erasers (like “paper mate pink pearl” ones but not the pencil top erasers)

Stickers- any (i.e. holiday themed, glitter, sparkly, bears, apples, seasonal)

1 bottle hand sanitizer

1 Set of Whiteboard Markers (EXPO preferred, all colors, please NO Crayola brand, does not work well)

 

1st GRADE SUPPLY NEEDS OF EACH STUDENT

Must have:

FULL SIZE Backpack (needs to fit communication folder and art work)

1 bottles of white Elmer’s Glue, medium size

One bottle of environmentally safe cleaning concentrate (Meyer’s or Holy Cow)

2 packs Strathmore Watercolor Paper

Prang  Washable Watercolor Set, 16 classic colors with brush

1 thin and 1 thick Black Sharpie

Scissors- 1 pair blunt edge small scissors

One box of tissue

Optional Classroom Supplies:

1 pack of White Magic Rub Erasers

1 set Crayola Markers (washable) - Set of 10 in classic colors

Cardstock- 8½ X 11 (white)

White labels – Avery 5960

Blue painters tape

Post-It

 

GRADE 2 SUPPLY NEEDS OF EACH STUDENT 

FULL SIZE Backpack (needs to fit communication folder and art work)

Colored Pencils

Magic Rub white erasers

Crayola Markers - (1 pkg)

Glue sticks (pack of 6)

1 box of tissues

Paper towels

Disinfecting wipes

Optional Classroom Supplies:

Number 2 Ticonderoga pencils

Thin colored sharpies

Low odor dry erase markers - (thin) all colors

Watercolor paper

 

GRADE 3 SUPPLY NEEDS OF EACH STUDENT 

Recommended:

FULL SIZE Backpack (needs to fit communication folder and art work)

Colored Markers (washable) - Set of 10 in classic colors

Colored Pencil Set

Pencils- Two 12 sets #2 Ticonderoga

Eraser/eraser tops

Papermate black felt tip pen

Pencil sharpener with built in shavings container (individual)

 

Optional Classroom Supplies:

Two boxes of tissues

Set of six glue sticks

Paper Towels

Disinfectant wipes

 

Grade 4 SUPPLY NEEDS OF EACH STUDENT

Recommended:  Shopping on line through this Amazon Link

http://amzn.com/sl/1JIXACMDIIITN

Optional Classroom Supplies:

Parents may sign-up to donate other items for the classroom at Back to School Night.

 

GRADE 5  SUPPLY NEEDS FOR EACH STUDENT UPDATED!

Recommended:

FULL SIZE Backpack (needs to fit communication folder and art work)

1 spiral 5 subject notebook (11 x 8 1/2 inches wide, lined paper, college ruled)

5-Subject PLASTIC dividers

2” or 2 1/2” Binder – Please do NOT purchase binders that zip closed

Markers (to be shared)

Colored Pencils (personal use)

Pencils

2 blue or black ink pens

2 black Flair pens or other fine, felt tip pen

Highlighter

Supply pouch for three-ring binder

Optional Classroom Supplies:

Sharpie Pens (color and black, fine and ultra fine)

Whiteboard Markers – variety of colors

Glue sticks

Lined, college ruled binder paper

Tissues

White Copy Paper

Scrapbook Paper (any colors/patterns 12”x12”)

Highlighters

 

GRADE 6  SUPPLY NEEDS FOR EACH STUDENT UPDATED!

Recommended:

FULL SIZE Backpack

One 2-inch binder (suggest Staples Better View Binder with D-rings or Zippered Binder)

A pencil case (which fits in the binder)

5 dividers

Set of 12 colored pencils

Pencils #2 Ticonderoga (Lots!!!) with handheld sharpener

Pink Erasers

Three highlighters

An inexpensive calculator (optional)

 

Optional classroom supplies:

Facial Tissues

Clorox Wipes

Paper Towels

Post-Its

Fine point Black Sharpies

Fine point Colored Sharpies

Glue Sticks

Books at 6th grade level (used are great)

 

PLEASE BRING TO THE PEABODY OFFICE

SCHOOL SUPPLIES NEEDED   (Office Depot/Officemax/Staples)

Post Its

Pencils-   Ticonderoga #2

Dry erase white board markers- Expo (all colors) Dry Erase Cleaner

Markers Papermate Flairs, Boxes of 12, Red, Green,Blue & Black

Liquid Paper/White Out

Bottles of hand sanitizer- for Classrooms and ExCen large size

Reams of white copy paper, preferably made from recycled paper

Lined paper-3-holed College Rule

 

“Peabody Charter School requires the following statement: California law and school board policies require that the donations used to fund school-related activities be truly voluntary. No student will be excluded from practicing in any school-related activities because the student or their parent has not made a donation. Any suggested donation amount is also voluntary. If you choose to make a donation, you can make it any amount you deem appropriate. No donations will be returned to you if your child decides or is unable to participate in the program to which you donated.”

 

June 7, 2017