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School Supplies for 2022-2023

Summary: Find out what students need to start the school year!

Orca K-8 Supply Lists 2022-2023

Kindergarten

Kindergarten: Ms. Marletta – Room 104  

  • Does Not Need Supplies

Kindergarten: Teacher Tyler – Room 105

  • No supplies needed.

1st Grade

1st Grade: Ms. McDonald – Room 210

 Supplies for all students:

  • Writing journals (1 per student)
  • Multicultural crayons and regular crayons (6 boxes each)
  • Pencils with erasers (200 total)
  • Colorful folders (2 per student)
  • -1 plain whiteboards (mini)
  • -1 packs dry erase markers

1st Grade: Ms. Angel – Room 211

  • 4 Glue Sticks
  •  2 STURDY pocket folders
  • Boxes Crayons (24) Unopened
  • 12 #2 reg. yellow pencils
  • Eraser (pink)
  • 1 Rounded scissors
  • 1 pack Crayola Washable Markers (Large 8 or 10 pack) unopened
  • 1 white board and 1 dry eraser
  • 2 Black and White Composition Notebook (Homework)

2nd Grade

2nd Grade: Ms. Supaydah, Rm. 208 & Teacher Elena, Rm. 209

All class supplies will be community supplies 

  • 1 backpack (individual)
  • 1 black sharpie 
  • 2 highlighters 
  • 2 pocket folders 
  • 1 pack Crayola Washable Markers (Large 8 or 10 pack) UNOPENED 
  • 1 Boxes Crayons (24) unopened 
  • 1 box of colored pencils 
  • 2 12 #2 reg. yellow pencils 
  • 3 pink erasers 
  • 4 dry erase markers (black) 
  • 2 composition notebooks (black and white) 
  • 1 box of Lysol wipes 
  • 4 spiral notebooks 
  • 1 box of Ziploc (sandwich) or (gallon) 

3rd Grade

3rd Grade: Ms. Echols – Room 206

  • 3 ring binder (at least 2 inches)
  • Dividers for binder
  • White copy paper
  • 2 boxes of pencils
  • 2 boxes of tissues
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Colored pencils
  • 3 composition books with full lines
  • Glue sticks

3rd Grade: Phi Ho – Room 204

  • One 2 inch metal ring binder (It has to be 2 inch to last for each quarter)
  • 5 tabbed dividers
  • 2 square boxes of Kleenex (give to your teacher)
  • A box of 24 pencils (give to your teacher)
  • A box of colored pencils

4th Grade

4th Grade: Teacher Ash, Rm. 207 & Mr. Perkiss, Rm. 205

Please note that supplies will be collected and shared among the grade level during the year.

If your family would rather donate to a grade-level fund and have teachers purchase supplies for your student, you can donate $20 at the start of the year and we will purchase supplies for your child.

If purchasing your own supplies to donate:

Shared Supplies:

  • 3 composition notebooks
  • Colored Markers
  • Colored pencils
  • Expo markers (thin if possible)
  • Post-it notes
  • Pencils (Ticonderoga are the best!)
  • Ballpoint pens
  • Kid-sized scissors
  • 5 folders with 3-hole punch holders
  • Kleenex
  • Glue sticks
  • Anti-bacterial wipes

Individual Supplies:

  • Reusable water bottle

5th Grade

5th Grade: Ms. G. (Sara Goff) – Room 311

Making it the Best Year Ever!

For class community shared supplies:

  • Dry erase markers (any colors will do but blue and black erase best)
  • #2 Pencils (Ticonderoga truly are the best!)
  • Lined paper: college rule
  • Washable markers
  • Scissors
  • Glue sticks and/or white glue
  • Permanent markers
  • Ruler with inches and centimeters
  • Kleenex (4 boxes)

For personal use each student will need:

  • College ruled spiral notebook x 3 (2 for math and 1 for science)
  • Composition notebook x 2
  • A cloth bag for carrying materials between the 5th grade classes (school/district safety policy is no backpacks in the halls)

5th Grade: Mr. Zimmerman – Room 309

For class community shared supplies:

  • Dry erase markers
  • #2 Pencils (Ticonderoga truly are the best!)
  • Glue sticks (no white glue)
  • Kleenex (2 boxes)
  • Disinfectant wipes

For personal use each student will need:

  • (1) Notebook for science (wide ruled)
  • (1) 3-subject notebook for math (wide ruled)
  • One folder for each: “notes home”, math, science and social studies
  • Red ink pens
  • Set of colored pencils
  • Soft pencil pouch (please – no hard plastic boxes)
  • Water bottle (plastic only – no metal)
  • Cheap headphones
  • Pair of scissors
  •  Sharpie

Middle School (Grades 6-8)

6th Grade – Conflict and Cultures Academy

  • 1” 3 ring binder (It will be left in the classroom)
  • 70-page single subject wide ruled spiral notebook x 2
  • Loose-leaf paper
  • 2 Pocket folder x 2
  • Plastic Pencil Box (It will be left in the classroom)
  • Pencils
  • Pens (Blue or Black Ink)
  • Red Pen
  • Highlighters (Pink, Yellow, Blue, Green), we will use these colors all school year
  • Glue Sticks
  • Colored Pencils
  • Pencil Sharpener

Students in grade 6 or 7 math empowerment will also need:

  • Spiral bound notebook
  • 2 glue sticks
  • 1 textbook cover (fabric or homemade)

7th Grade Math: Aimee – Room 305

  • $12 Scientific Calculator with (-) or +/- button
  • 2 composition books for math journals, preferably graph paper
  • 24 pencils
  • 1 pack of crayons, markers, or colored pencils
  • Hand sharpener
  • Protractor

8th Grade Math: Aimee – Room 305

  • TI-84 graphing calculator OR a $12 scientific calculator with home access to a computer or smartphone for graphing calculator apps
  • 2 composition books for math journals, preferably graph paper
  • 24 pencils
  • 1 pack of crayons, markers, or colored pencils
  • Hand sharpener
  • Protractors

7th Grade – Social Studies/History: Room 307

  • One flash drive
  • Two composition books one for each semester
  • Pencils, pens, pencil sharpener
  • Two 100 pages notebooks

Social and Environmental Justice Academy “Ethnic Studies”

  • We will be reading these books as a class for the year during our reading time. We will have guided questions to go along with each reading.  Black Panther- The Junior Novel- Adapted by Jim McCann and Joe Robert Cole (I need two sets of 20 as this will be for my 7th and 8th graders.)
  • The greatest Muhammad Ali- By, Walter Dean Meyers (I need one set of 20) this will be for 7th grade.
  • Students on Strike – By, John A Stokes with Lois Wolfe (I need two sets of 20 as this will be for my 7th and 8th graders)
  • Ban This Book- novel by, Alan Gratz- set of 20- we will be using this book as a supplement.
  • A Raisin In The Sun – By, Lorraine Hansberry with an introduction by Robert Nemiroff (I need one set of 20) this will be for 8th grade

We need parents to purchase these books for the students.

  • The Greatest, Muhammed Ali – by Walter Dean Meyers (7th grade)
  • A Raisin In The Sun, Lorraine Hansberry with an introduction by Robert Nemiroff (8th grade)