RBC School Supplies List 2008


Parkview Elementary School
2008-2009 Suggested Supply List

If purchasing supplies poses a financial burden, the Rangely Police Department hosts an annual supply drive. Donated supplies are available at Parkview Elementary School. If you wish to donate to the drive, leave supplies at the Rangely Police Department.

Preschool
Morning Class:
Backpack and a folder to be used to send papers to and from school each day
A spare change of clothes in a Ziploc baggie to be kept at school (shirt, pants, underwear, socks, et cetera)
2″ binder (preferably white)
4 things of baby wipe refills
Box of Kleenex
One glue stick
Colored pencils
Small package of paper plates
Evening Class:
Backpack and a folder to be used to send papers to and from school each day
A spare change of clothes in a Ziploc baggie to be kept at school (shirt, pants, underwear, socks, et cetera)
2″ binder (preferably white)
4 things of baby wipe refills
One glue bottle
Watercolors (single row)
Napkins
Small box of spoons

Kindergarten:
Backpack
Three-ring binder
One box crayons (16-24 colors)
One package washable markers
Two packages of six glue sticks
One box gallon-size Ziploc bags with plastic slide locks
One large package napkins
One package plastic spoons
One package plain white paper plates
One box Kleenex tissues
Two containers of wet wipes or refills
Optional: small-size Ziploc bags with plastic slide locks, set of colored pencils, set of dry-erase markers, one package of 7-9 oz. plastic drinking cups and Clorox-type wipes

Grade 1:
NOTE: Please mark the items with a * with your child’s name.
School supply box*
Two dozen #2 pencils (sharpen two)
Backpack*
Two 4 ounce bottles washable white school glue
Two folders with pockets at the bottom*
One folder with prongs
Two pink 2-3″ erasers (not pencil tip erasers)
One large box Kleenex to share
12 glue sticks
One box washable markers*
One box colored pencils (optional)
Two boxes of 16 crayons*
One box Ziploc Freezer bags
One pair of 4″ pointed-tip student scissors*
One package napkins
Four small-point dry erase markers
One pair headphones for use at the computer center*
$10 for film, film processing, and cartridge replacement for pictures
SNACKS: Your child will be asked to furnish a snack for two weeks during the year for your child’s class. Please keep snacks simple. We ask that you send items that do not require cutting or a lot of preparation and that can be passed out quickly. You will receive notices of your snack week as new rotations become necessary. Please keep it for further reference. The success of our snack time depends on the consistency and cooperation of parents.

Grade 2:
Three large boxes tissue
Two small pencil boxes
One box crayons
One box colored pencils
One box markers
One small package dry-erase markers
Six glue sticks
Five #2 pencils for personal use
24 #2 pencils for classroom use
One eraser
One pair pointed metal scissors
One wide-ruled one subject spiral notebook
Four folders with bottom pockets
One package loose leaf notebook wide-ruled paper
One package 3-5 oz paper cups
One box of any size plastic bags
1 1/2-2″ three-ring binder
Something for snacks (crackers, pretzels, goldfish, dry cereal, animal crackers, vanilla wafers, et cetera; please do not send candy)
$10.00 for extra snacks, film developing, et cetera (optional if this presents financial difficulties)

Grade 3:
*Please label everything with student’s name
**Students are responsible for individual daily snacks
***Students may need to replenish personal classroom supplies throughout the school year
One small pencil sharpener with attached container for sharpenings
One box colored pencils (at least 12)
One box crayons
One box makers
One three-ring 1″ binder with pockets
Five pocket folders of different patterns or colors
One pair metal scissors
Six glue sticks
Two packages wide ruled loose leaf paper
One average sized pencil box
One ruler with inches and centimeters
Two dozen #2 sharpened yellow pencils
Two wide-ruled spiral notebooks
Two boxes of Kleenex
One bookmark for AR books
One box gallon-sized Ziploc bags
Two dry-erase markers
Two highlighters
Two pink erasers
$10 check made out to Parkview Elementary School for the National Geographic Explorer magazine and classroom incentives

Grade 4:
*Please label all supplies with the student’s name
**Students are responsible for individual daily snacks
***Students may need to replenish personal classroom supplies throughout the school year
One small pencil sharpener with attached container for sharpenings
Two dozen #2 sharpened yellow pencils
One box colored pencils (12 or more)
One box crayons and/or markers
Two red pens
One package small dry-erase markers
One package large dry-erase markers
Two highlighters
Two pink erasers
One average sized pencil box
One three-ring 1″ binder with pockets
6 pocket folders of different colors
4-5 single subject spiral notebooks (preferably in colors that correspond with the pocket folders)
One three subject spiral notebook
Two packages loose leaf paper
One package small Post-It notes
One pair metal scissors
Two glue sticks
One ruler with inches and centimeters
Two boxes Kleenex
One bookmark for AR books
One calculator (optional)
One box gallon-sized Ziploc bags
$10 check made out to Parkview Elementary School for the National Geographic Explorer magazine and classroom incentives

Grade 5:
NOTE: Supplies with a * are needed materials
Zip-up trappers*
6-9 spiral bound one-subject notebooks*
Filler paper for binder (1000 sheets)*
Six pocket folders in different colors for binder*
One homework folder with inside tabs and two pockets*
Highlighters – pink, yellow and green*
Scissors*
Two dozen pencils*
Erasers*
Red pen*
Correcting marker*
2-4 dry-erase fine tip markers*
Ruler with standard and metric units*
Colored pencils
Pencil pouch
Two boxes Kleenex to share with the class
Four operation calculator (optional)
$5.50 for an atlas (optional)

Rangely Middle School
School Supply List
2008-09
All Grades
2 binders: 1.5- 2 inch, three rings. Please no trapper keepers.
2 sets of subject dividers
2 pencil bags or some other way to keep all of your supplies (one for each binder)
No. 2 pencils (lots!) If you choose mechanical pencils, don’t forget the lead
Package of No. 2 pencils of 24 count or more (these will be collected)*
2 black or blue pens
2 folders w/pockets
Colored pencils
1 red pen
1 personal pencil sharpener
2 glue sticks (one will be collected) *
Ruler with centimeters and inches
2 looseleaf notebook paper wide rule for home and school, at least 200ct ***
Graph paper (you will need some for both your math and science binder)
Hi-lighters (one each) yellow, pink, green, blue
Paper reinforcers
Backpack: The backpack is for bringing your books to and from school, not to take to your classes. Bags must be left in your locker.
Clothes and shoes for P.E.
4-5 stretch book covers (jumbo)
4 AAA batteries (for school calculators, to be collected)*
Protractor
Compass
3 large pink erasers

*** Items need to be replenished throughout the year
* Items will be collected

Hints for success:
Keep your supplies replenished throughout the school year
Have a dictionary at home to use for English homework
Most teachers require pencil on all written work
Be organized! Planners will be provided
Be on time to your classes with all required materials

Meeker Elementary School
2008-2009 suggested School Supply List

Boys: Please bring one box sandwich size Ziploc baggies
Girls: Please bring one box gallon size Ziploc baggies

Label all supplies with student’s name in permanent marker.
Send supplies in on the first day of school.
Specialists may require additional school supplies after school begins.
Tennis shoes are required for PE class
Please no large notebooks or Trapper Keepers due to size of desks.

Preschool
One box of Kleenex
One large package of napkins

Kindergarten
One two-pocket folder with fasteners
One backpack/bag
One big eraser
One bottle of white school glue
One box of anti-viral Kleenex
One box of 24 crayons
One container disinfecting wipes
One package construction paper
Two package glue sticks
One empty paper towel roll and toilet paper roll
Four wooden pencils No. 2

Grade 1
One backpack/bag
One bottle white school glue
One box of 8-24 crayons
One box of graham crackers
One container of disinfecting wipes
One large box of anti-viral Kleenex
One package of glue sticks
One package of washable markers
One package wooden pencils
One pair of scissors
One small school box
Two dry erase markers
Two spiral notebooks
Three two-pocket folders with fasteners
Four erasers

Grade 2
One bottle of white school glue
One box anti-viral Kleenex
One box of 8-24 crayons
One container disinfecting wipes
One large pair metal pointed scissors
One package loose leaf paper
One package of washable markers
One small school box
Two two-pocket folders
Two two-pocket folders with fasteners
Two boxes graham crackers
Two erasers

Two packages of 24 wooden pencils No. 2 (no mechanical pencils, no pens please)
Two spiral notebooks (wide ruled)
Four dry erase markers (fine tip)
Four glue sticks

Grade 3
One three-ring binder
One box of anti-viral Kleenex
One box of graham crackers
One container of disinfecting wipes
One eraser
One package colored pencils
One package dry erase markers
One package watercolor markers
One pair of scissors
One ruler (centimeters and inches)
Two packages loose leaf paper (wide ruled)
Two packages of 24 wooden pencils No. 2 (no mechanical pencils, no pens please)
Three 2-pocket folders with fasteners
Three spiral notebooks (at least 40 pages each)
Four large glue sticks

Grade 4
One bottle of white school glue
One box anti-viral Kleenex
One box of 8-24 crayons
One box of graham crackers
One container of disinfecting wipes
One package of glue sticks
One package watercolor markers
One pair of scissors
One ruler (centimeters and inches)
Two erasers
Two packages loose leaf paper (wide ruled)
Two packages of 24 wooden pencils No. 2 (no mechanical pencils, no pens please)
Three two-pocket folders with fasteners
Three spiral notebooks

Grade 5
Two boxes anti-viral Kleenex
One box of graham crackers
One calculator (optional)
One container disinfecting wipes
One deck of playing cards
One package of 3×5 index cards
One package of eight tab dividers
One package of sticky notes (Post-its)
One package of colored pencils
One package watercolor markers
One pair of scissors
One ruler (centimeters and inches)
Two erasers
Two packages loose leaf paper (wide ruled)
Two packages of 24 wooden pencils No. 2
Three highlighters
Three spiral notebooks
Five two-pocket folders with fasteners

Meeker High School
Barone Middle School
Fees must be paid at the first of the year
Language Arts:
Highlighters-yellow, pink, green, and blue
Three packages of college ruled paper
Pencils
Eraser
Markers and/or colored pencils
Two glue sticks
Pencil pouch for three-ring binder (This pouch will be kept in your LA binder that stays in the classroom)
One package eight-tab dividers for three-ring binder
$3 (Sixth-graders and new students) for three-ring binder provided on first day of school-(Please do not purchase a separate one)

Social Studies:
Two folders with brads and pockets for material collection
Two spiral notebooks or loose-leaf notebook paper
One package of colored pencils
Scissors

Science:
Composition notebook for notes (to be left in the classroom)
Four three-brad pocket holder folders (all different colors)
Two packages of 100-count college ruled loose-leaf paper
Pencils
Pens
One large brown paper sack (to cover science book)
Math:
One one-inch three-ring binder
One package eight-tab dividers for a three-ring binder
One package of 100-count college ruled loose-leaf paper for assignments
One 100 sheet spiral notebook for notes and in class work
One package of index cards
Two red pens
Highlighters: yellow, pink, green and blue

Band:
Instruments and Instrument related supplies
Proper concert dress (black slack, dark shoes/socks)
Sixth- and seventh-grade: pencil
Eighth-grade: Three-ring binder and a pencil
Band Students: Bring your instrument the first day of school

All Math Classes:
TI-83+ or 84+ Graphing Calculator
Graph and lined paper
Folder for papers and pencils
Ruler

Optional books for math: Math at Hand (ISBN-0669457701) for sixth- and seventh-grade; Algebra To Go (ISBN-0669471518) for eighth-grade (great references when helping students with math problems)

Science classes:
Three-ring binder notebooks
Graph and lined paper
Bound composition book(college ruled at least 80 sheets for field/lab notes) available at Jackson’s
Indelible ink pen (black or blue)
Metric ruler
Colored pencils

Social Studies (Geography/World History):
Three-ring notebooks
Binder or folders for material collections
Three-hole paper
Spiral notebooks
Colored paper

Computer Classes:
USB Jump Drive (min 512 MB)

Foreign Language:
Three-ring notebooks
Binders or folders for material collections
Three-hole paper
Spiral notebooks

P.E./Personal Fitness:
Appropriate dress for class(shorts, sweats, tennis shoes)
Weight-training gloves

Art:
Small sketch pad
Six No. 2 pencils
Two soft erasers
Two roller ball pens(black)

Upper-Level Math Classes:
TI-83+ or 84+ Graphing Calculator
Drawing Compass
Protractor
Graph and lined paper
At least a 2-inch three-ring binder notebook
Metric ruler
Colored pencils

Language Art and Lit Classes:
Three-ring notebook
Binder
Paper
Pencils
Pens
Book covers
Crayons
Colored pencils and markers
Glue stick
Colored paper
Dictionary

Survival Skills:
One (2-inch) binder for resource files
One (2-inch) binder for career portfolio

Voc. and Ag Classes:
One 2-inch binder
One 1-inch binder (mechanics class)
A pair of 100 percent cotton coveralls
Leather shoes (ag mechanics)

Electives:
Notebooks
Paper
Special items to be announced at first class meeting

Miscellaneous:
Blank computer disks
pencils
Erasers
Pens
Whiteout

Alternative Education:
Three-ring binder notebooks
Letter size (11 ? x 9 1/2) portfolio (any color)
Pencils
Pens
Colored pencils
Ruler
Three-hole paper
Blank computer disks
Paper
Markers
Calculator
Erasers
Whiteout
High school annual fees:
Band: $20 percussion only; $40 school instrument rental
Computer: $25
Athletic: $40 for each sport and a physical

Middle school annual fees:
Band: $20 percussion only; $40 school instrument rental
Computer: $15
Athletic: $40 for all sports and a physical