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Saturday, 15 July 2017 16:35

Morris Elementary supply list for school year

By Wesley Coburn - ONN

Back-to-school shopping is in full swing, and for students (and parents) at Morris Elementary School the following suggested lists of supplies have been posted on social media.

For pre-K students, two boxes of Kleenex, two boxes of 16-count crayons, one 10-count package of markers in traditional colors, eight glue sticks, one pack of Play-Doh, two 3-hole plastic folders, a regular-size clear backpack with child’s name on it, two packages baby wipes, one plastic Kindercare mat in red or blue with child’s name on it, one package of sandwich-sized Ziploc bags (if student is a boy), one package of gallon-sized Ziploc bags (if student is girl), if in Mrs. Clay’s or Mrs. Ewton’s class one bottle of glitter (any color is fine), and if in Mrs. Freistedt’s class one pencil pouch with zipper and binder-sized holes.

For kindergarten, two boxes of 24-count crayons, two boxes of Kleenex, one box of quart-sized Ziploc bags (if girl), one bottle of hand santizer (if boy), eight glue sticks, one pair of scissors, one 12-count package of sharpened #2 pencils (Ticonderoga preferred), one 10-count package of markers, one package of fine-tip markers, one Kindercare plastic mat in red or blue with child’s name on it, one pencil pouch with holes, one composition notebook and two dry-erase markers.

First graders need two boxes of Kleenex, one pair of scissors, two 24-count boxes of crayons, one 4 oz. bottle of glue, one package plain yellow #2 pencils, four folders with pockets, one bottle of hand sanitizer, one 8-pack of washable markers, two one-subject composition notebooks (no ring notebooks), a 5”x8” school-supply box, six glue sticks, one package Clorox wipes, one package gallon-sized Ziploc bags (if boy), one package quart-size Ziploc bags (if girl).

Second graders need one package of #2 pencils, one pair scissors, eight glue sticks, one package of pencil-top erasers, two boxes of 24-count crayons, two boxes of Kleenex, three plastic pocket folders, two one-subject spiral-bound notebooks, two highlighters in any color, one 8-coutn box of washable markers, one package of dry-erase markers, one package of quart-sized Ziploc bags, and three packages of Clorox wipes.

Third graders need two 12-count packages of #2 pencils, one composition notebook, one box of 24-coutn crayons, one pair of sharp scissors, four pocket folders with brads, two large erasers, one package wide-ruled loose-leaf notebook paper, one pencil bag with zipper, one 8-count box of colored pencils, two boxes of Kleenex, four glue sticks, one package of Clorox wipes, three single-subject spiral-bound notebooks, one package of pencil-top erasers, two dry-erase markers and one highlighter in any color.

Fourth graders require one package of Clorox wipes, one 12-count package of #2 pencils, one 70-page spiral notebook, one pair of scissors, two boxes of Kleenex, six plastic pocket folders with fasteners, one package of markers, one package of black dry-erase markers, one pencil bag with zipper, one box of 24-count crayons, one package of wide-ruled loose-leaf notebook paper, one 4 oz. tube of glue, one package of 12-count colored pencils, and one bottle of hand sanitizer.

Finally, fifth graders require two packages of #2 pencils, three pocket folders with holes (no brads), two pocket folders with brads, one pencil bag with zipper, one box of washable markers, five composition notebooks, two boxes of Kleenex, one 24-count box of crayons, one package of Clorox wipes, one 3-ring binder (a two-inch zipper binder is suggested), one box of colored pencils, two spiral notebooks, eight glue sticks, two packages of wide-ruled loose-leaf notebook paper, and a pair of earbuds.