School Supply Lists 2015-2016 5th-8th

Fifth Grade - Shue
  • 1 -9 1/2x6 inch spiral bound subject notebook (journal) [$1.97-$3.00]
  • 1- 1 inch poly (soft) 3 ring binders [.97 cents]
  • 1- 1 inch poly (hard) 3 ring binder [$1.00-$5.00]
  • 1- pack of notebook (loose-leaf) paper [.30-.50 cents]
  • 1- packet of pencils (24 count) (markers will be used on a number of projects throughout the year, so they may be a good idea.  Also, highlighters, glue sticks, and extras are all optional) [.50-$3.00]
  • 3- Boxes of Kleenex
  • 1- package of colored pencils (12 count is fine) [.50 cents to $3.00]
  • 1- package of plain, white index cards (3x5) (one per quarter) [.46 cents]
  • 1- index card box (3x5 size) [.97 cents]
  • 1- small supply/pencil box; just large enough for markers, glue sticks, etc.
  • 1- 25 count package of clear, plastic sheet protectors; economy weight [1 per semester!!!!]
  • 4- one subject spiral notebook (college ruled; around .15 cents)
  • 1- 4 pack dry-erase markers [$3.99]
  • $5.00 school planner
Fifth Grade- Robson
  • 1 three ring binder (2 inch)
  • 4 packages wide-ruled loose-leaf paper
  • 1 composition book (no spirals)
  • 12 pencils per month
  • 4 dry erase markers
  • 2 highlighters
  • Color pencils
  • 1 glue stick
  • 1 bottle hand sanitizer
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • 4 3 hole pocket folders
  • 3 boxes of tissue
  • 1 index card box (3x5)
  • 2 packages lined index cards (3x5)
  • 1 spiral notebook, 1 subject
  • $5.00 for daily planner
Sixth Grade - Vialpando
  • Scissors
  • 2 glue sticks
  • 4 highlighters (pink, green, blue, yellow)
  • 1 package colored pencils
  • 3 boxes of Kleenex
  • 48 #2 pencils with erasers
  • 2 inch binder (Not Trapper Keeper Style)
  • 3- 3 hole punched folders (must be pre-punched)
  • 2- two-pocket folders with prong fasteners
  • 3-4 packages of loose-leaf paper
  • 2 composition notebooks
  • 1 bottle of hand sanitizer
  • $5.00 for daily planner



Seventh Grade - Atencio
  • 1- 12 pack pencils
  • 1- pack of red pens
  • 1- box of tissue
  • 1- 4 pack of highlighters (pink, green, yellow, blue)
  • 1- fine point black sharpie
  • 1- pack of colored pencils
  • 6- composition notebooks (these often are on sale for $0.25)
  • 4- 2 pocket plastic folders with 3 prongs
  • 1- 3 pack Post It notes
  • 1- pack of 25 sheet protectors
  • 1- ream of copy paper
  • 1- pack of college ruled lined paper
Fifth Grade - Durning
  • 3 packages wide-ruled loose leaf paper
  • 4 composition notebooks
  • 4 spiral-bound lined 3x5 cards (Walmart)
  • 5 dry erase markers
  • 1 box of 24-count colored pencils
  • 3 highlighters (pink, green, yellow)
  • 1 box of markers (8-24 count)
  • 6 packages of #2 pencils
  • 2 red ballpoint pens
  • 5 large boxes of tissue
  • 1 pair of round-tip/safety scissors
  • 1 large glue stick
  • 1 set of headphones
  • Girls- 1 container of Clorox-type wipes
  • Boys- 1 bottle of hand sanitizer
  • 1 USB flash drive (2GB)
  • 1 small pencil box
  • $5.00 for daily planner
























Sixth Grade - Moore
  • Scissors
  • 2 glue sticks
  • 5 single subject spiral notebooks
  • 3 - 4 packages of loose-leaf paper
  • 4 highlighters (pink, green, blue, and yellow)
  • 1 package colored pencils
  • 3 boxes of Kleenex
  • Pencils - either wooden or mechanical
  • 12 red in pens
  • 25 clear page protectors
  • 2 two-pocket folders with prong fasteners
  • 5 two-pocket folders (no prong)
  • 2 composition notebooks
  • 1 bottle of hand sanitizer
  • $5.00 for daily planner


Eighth Grade - McLaughlin
  • 1- pair of scissors
  • 2- glue sticks
  • 4- highlighters (pink, green, yellow, blue)
  • 1 box- 12-24 count colored pencils
  • 2 boxes of tissue
  • 4 boxes- 12 count #2 pencils
  • 1 box- 12 pack red pens
  • 1- 3 ring binder, 2" (NO Trapper Keeper) 
  • 25- clear page protectors
  • 5- 2 pocket folder, 3 hole punched 
  • 1- 2 pocket folder, with prong fasteners (for Math with Mrs. Atencio)
  • 3- packages of loose-leaf college-ruled paper
  • 1 hand sanitizer
  • 6 college ruled-composition  notebooks, 100 page count (for ELA, Math, Social Studies, and Science)
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