MAY NEWSLETTER

 

We are quickly approaching the end of the 2000-2001 school year. 

I feel that it has been a successful year and hope that you feel

the same way.

   

Woodland West has a reputation of having a safe environment that

makes every attempt to meet the needs of its students.  We,

as a faculty and staff, will continue this tradition with your

help.

 

I want to thank you for your help and cooperation throughout the

year and I hope I can count on you again next year.  If you have

any concerns or suggestions, please feel free to share them with

me.  I am open to suggestions and willing to work to improve our

school.

 

ALL Woodland West Elementary students will be required to wear

uniforms for the 2000-01 school year.  We have sent details in

previous newsletters regarding the purchase of uniforms and we will

send the information home with report cards.  Please make

arrangements to purchase your child(ren)'s uniform as soon as

possible.  Layaway plans are available.  A belt is a must!

 

Shirts must be ordered at least three weeks in advance. 

WHITE SHIRTS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED AS PART OF THE  UNIFORM !

If orders are not made until August, students will not be in uniform

on the first day of school.  Students returning to Woodland West next year

WILL be required to wear uniforms beginning the first day of school. 

 

IN HONOR OF MOTHERS

 

May 14th is  Mother?s Day .  Please remember your mother with a

gift or a good deed.

                              MOTHER

            M - is for the million things she gave me,

            O - means only that she s growing old,

            T - is for the tears she shed to save me,

            H - is for her heart of purest gold,

            E - is for here eyes, with love-light shining,

            R - means right, and right she ll always be,

            Put them all together, they spell MOTHER,

            A word that means the world to me!

 

                           DISCIPLINE

 

In order for constructive teaching and learning to take place,

students must be in an environment that is safe and conducive

to learning.  We are confronted daily with situations that require

some kind of disciplinary action.  Discipline shows children what

they have done wrong.  It shows them how they have ownership of

the problem.  It teaches them how to solve the problems they created

and leaves their dignity intact.  Discipline uses logical

and realistic consequences.  Students who experience logical and

realistic consequences learn that they have positive control over

their lives.  They can make decisions and solve problems in an

appropriate manner.  This is the goal of our discipline plan

and we have worked hard at enforcing it this year. 

Please go over the School-Wide Discipline Plan with your child,

and especially page 31 of the Policy and Procedures Booklet

concerning threats and weapons.

It is critical to the successful closing of school.

 


                              INTERIM REPORTS

 

Interim reports were sent home during the week of April 17th-

April 20th.  If you received one, please contact your child's

teacher(s).   It is vital that we work together to bring this school year

to a positive conclusion.

 

                           TEACHER APPRECIATION

 

May is Teacher Appreciation Month and we have selected the week

of May 15-19 as "Teacher Appreciation Week".  Please note the

planned activities on May's calendar of events.  Remember your

child s teacher!

 

CLASSROOM NEWS FOR THE MONTH OF MAY

 

2nd grade - Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra performance 5/5/00

              at the Pontchartrain Center.  The students are so

            excited about the upcoming end of the year events

            such as Field Day and Crazy Hat Day but are still

            busy working on Reading and Math skills.

 

3rd grade - All classes will attend a performance of  Peter Pan

            at East Jefferson on May 10th.  May 17th, Mike Artell,

            author and illustrator, will demonstrate drawing

            techniques. Mrs. Arnold s class is enjoying writing and

            receiving letters from their pen pals in Rockvale, TN

            The students are writing and illustrating books.  The

           class will have a spelling bee from the year s list

            words.  They are learning how to read and write

           advertisements.  Mrs. Jones  class will be reading and

           discussing chapter books in literature circles.  They

           are also using the Accelerated Reader Program to take

            some book tests.  Mrs. Prater s students have been

           learning how to make outlines before writing a

           paragraph or story.  This helps them to organize their

           thoughts and not to repeat things.  Mrs. Rodgers 

            class completed Spring DRA tests with good results.

           Mrs. Williams  students are working on fractions in

           Math.  The children are doing a good job of exploring

           and finding objects divided into equal parts.  Also,

            the DRA results are showing much improvement in reading

           comprehension skills.  Mrs. Wakefield s students are

           working on 2 digit multiplication in math.  They have

           just completed lessons on writing instructions in

           English.  They have learned a lot about nutrition in

           Science.  Results from Spring DRA tests show that this

           class has many above average readers!  Congratulations

           to all students who continue to work hard, and thanks

           to parents for all your help and cooperation.

 

4TH GRADE - Mrs. Coglaiti s class is working hard writing

            persuasive letters to Governor Foster about the

            teacher pay raise issue.  The class has been

            discussing reasons why teachers should get a

            pay raise.  Mrs. Taulli and Mrs. Coglaiti s

            students are anticipating the results of the LEAP

            test.  A field trip has been scheduled for those

            students who have passed the LEAP test.  More

            information will be sent at a later date. Donations

            of candy are greatly needed to continue our class

            reward system with the bucks.  Please send one

            bag of candy per child.  A summer reading list will

            be sent home.  Please have your child select 3 titles

            he/she will read over the summer.  Have a great summer!

 

 

 

 

 


4H NEWS....The 4H exhibit day was held April 11th and the following

           students won the opportunity to attend the 4H Skate

           party and pizza party.

         

           5th- Quintin Nard, Meaghan Valle, Dominique Webb, Tyesha

              Brown, Opal Ovide, Mary Drumgold, Ashley Conner,

              Marina Apostolakis, Crystal Dean, Tiffany Hamilton,

              Khirey Walker, Gregory Ovide, Juanika Armstead,

              Jillian Gibbs, Adam Ly, Justin Ruffin,

                Desiree Richardson, Miar Parkman, and Eran Hawkins

          6th-Courtney Parker, Lauren Valle, Renaldo Webb and

              Ryan Gautro

 

Thank you to Eran Hawkins,Desiree Richardson and Joshua Hawkins for the cake

they brought for teacher appreciation!

 

Sixth Grade - Congratulations are in order for Stuart Miller

              who reported that he won a $500 US Savings bond for

              writing a five hundred word essay for an Earth Day

              Contest sponsored at Litton (Avondale Industrial

              Where his father is a training manager).

 

              Sixth graders are using the last month of school

              to have their language skills and memories by

               putting together a Memory Magazine.  What a talented

              group!

 

                Mrs. Spell s class completed the novel

              TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD by Harper Lee.  As an

              extenuating activity Judge Ross LaDart will

              visit to discuss his duties in our legal system.

 

              On May 16th as a reward for graduating DARE, sixth

              grade will attend a Zephyr s baseball game.  Also,

              May 24th, they will celebrate the end of school

              with a picnic at Woodland West park.  Only students

              who have NOT broken the contract signed in January

              will be allowed to participate in these activities.

 

Parents, please sign placement sheets even if you do not agree with your child?s

placement.  Your child s teacher will contact you to make an appointment regarding

changes!

 

                        KINDERGARTEN AWARDS DAY

 

To celebrate a very successful first year of school, kindergarten

students will participate in an awards day program on Monday,

May 22nd.  Details for the event will be sent home by

the Kindergarten teachers. The siblings of Kindergarten children

MUST be signed out by their parent/guardian in the office

and called down from their homeroom class if they are attending

the ceremony with their parents.  IF KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS

ARRIVE LATE FOR THE PERFORMANCE THEY WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO

PARTICIPATE!  Please be on time to avoid disrupting the

program and your child missing out!

Participation in this ceremony does not mean that your child

will be promoted to the next grade!

 

                        LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

 

FRIDAY, May 26th is the students  last day of school.

THURSDAY, May 25th and FRIDAY, May 26th are early dismissal

days, therefore students will be dismissed at 12:25 p.m.

MONDAY, MAY 29TH is records day and students do not attend. 

 


                          REPORT CARDS

 

Report cards will be sent home with students on 5/26/00!

School Supply Lists/Uniform Lists for 2000-2001 will be not be included with the final report card.  Financial obligation letters will be sent home with students by 5/19/00.  A second notice will be INCLUDED IN THE REPORT CARD JACKET for those students that have not paid their financial charges/obligations IN PLACE of their report card.

 

You may pay for these obligations and pick up your child s report card no later than TUESDAY, June 6th. After June 6th, we will not issue report cards or accept

payment for charges because the account clerk needs to close out all of her records for the 1999-2000 school session by June 7th.  Important Summer School information may be needed by some students.

 

INFORMATION REGARDING ELIGIBLE SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS

 

Students in grades K-3 may attend the Summer Reading/Math

camp for remediation only. Students in grades 1-3 must

pass reading, English, and math to be promoted.  There is no

summer school for promotion in grades 1-3. 

 

Students in grades 4-6 must pass all five subjects to be promoted.  If a 4-6 grade

child fails more than two promotional subjects he/she may attend summer school for

remediation but is NOT eligible for promotion.  Grade 4 students who pass all five

subjects but fail the L.E.A.P. test may be required to attend summer school for

remediation as a condition of promotion.  Parents will be notified of the L.E.A.P.

Committee's decision.

 

                  K-3 READING & MATH CAMP...

 

This year Woodland West Elementary is offering a reading and math camp for students

in grades K-3.  We will have six teachers.  There will be a maximum of ten children

in a class.  Students will be recommended by their teachers

based on specified criteria:

 

      1.  Students considered for retention

      2.  Students with low test scores

      3.  Students weak in language and math skills

 

Sixty students will be selected from grades K-3 and a

waiting list will be established.

 

Transportation will not be provided and parents will have

to agree to bring students and pick them up.  The camp

will begin June 5th - June 30th.  The hours will be

8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  Students may be selected for

reading and math or just one of the subjects.  Since the

extended year program is only four weeks, students must

be in attendance everyday and must arrive on time.  If

students accumulate excessive absences or tardies they will

be dropped from the program and a student from the waiting

list will take his/her place.  Parents of selected students

WILL be notified by written notice and telephone.  This is a free

program, therefore, please take advantage of this opportunity.

It will be necessary for parents to sign a Camp Contract.

 


SUMMER SCHOOL

 

The summer school sites for students in elementary school

for Grades 4-8 will be MARRERO MIDDLE and for grades 6-8

LIVAUDAIS.

            

Registration dates are: June 6TH and June 7TH at

                        the summer school sites

Registration fees are: $80.00 per repeat subject

                       (maximum of 2 courses)

 

Textbooks are $25.00 per book(deposit required).   

 

Permission slips and final report cards are required in

order to register.

 

                  L.E.A.P. RESULTS

 

All fourth grade students took the state mandated

L.E.A.P. test.  When scores are received, parents will be

notified of the results.  Since passing the L.E.A.P. test

is part of the promotional policy for Jefferson Parish

students, parents will be notified if students will be

required to receive remediation in order to be promoted to

the next grade.  Each child's records will be reviewed by

a committee and you will be notified of the committee's

decision.

 

                 IMPORTANT NOTICE!!!! 

 

As you know, Woodland West Elementary is what is known as a

"freeze school".  That means that our enrollment reaches a freeze

level in certain grades and we are no longer able to accept students in

those grades.  This affects new students as well as presently enrolled students.

 

Students who attended Woodland West for 2000-01 school year and who

plan to return next year, must be in attendance on the first two

days of school.  If they are a "no show" on those days, they will lose their place

on the roll.  That spot will then be given to a new student on the waiting list. 

If your child is not in attendance on day one and day two and you have not called the

school to tell us why, we will assume that the child is a drop.  If your child comes

in on day three and the enrollment in that grade is frozen, your child  will be sent

to one of our overflow schools and transportation will be provided by the Jefferson

Parish Public School System.

 

Please understand that limited openings will be available for the

1999-2000 school year and registrations will be accepted on a first come basis.

Overflow students will attend either Gretna #2 Kindergarten, Gretna Park Elementary,

Mc#26 or St. Ville.  It is critical that returning students show up on the first day

of school or that parents call and notify us that the child will be returning and when.


 

KINDERGARTEN PRE-REGISTRATION

 

Registration for Kindergarten and NEW students for 2000-01 school year

will be held AUGUST 7, 8, AND 9TH 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 

The first day of school is August 21st for grades 1-6.

We will do  staggered entry  for Kindergarten.

Only students with  completed  registration packets will

be guaranteed a place for next school year.  A complete

packet consists of your child's ORIGINAL BIRTH CERTIFICATE,

TWO PROOFS OF RESIDENCE, IMMUNIZATION RECORDS, and his/her

SOCIAL SECURITY CARD. Proof of residence must be

in the parent/guardian s name.  Affidavits will not be

accepted for the 2000-01 school session.  Custody

papers must be provided at the time of registration and

it must be legal documentation such as  Court  appointed

custody.  Cox cable bills will not be accepted as

proof of residence.  We must have a current bill

such as a Louisiana Gas Service or Entergy utility bill. 

If you have just recently moved and you have an act

of sale, purchase agreement or lease agreement, this

WILL be accepted until you receive your first utility bill.

 

A test date will be assigned in August.  It is imperative that

you bring your child in on time on that date.  Late arrivals will be

re-scheduled and a place for your child cannot be guaranteed.

 

I M P O R T A N T...

 

UP DATE EMERGENCY CARD INFORMATION

 

If you have had a change of address it is extremely important

that you up-date your child's emergency card information.

This information on your child will be changed in the computer

and we must have current information.  Report cards will be mailed

to those students that do not attend school on Friday, May 26th and it is

important that we have the correct address in our computer.

Each summer we receive approximately 100 report cards from the mailman due

to the wrong mailing address for students.

 

                  CAFETERIA NEWS               

 

Charge letters are being sent home daily. NO CHARGES WILL

BE ALLOWED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THIS SCHOOL YEAR.

If there is a problem, or if someone is in need of help,

contact Ms. Abadie in the cafeteria @ 366-1311.

 

FIELD DAY

 

Field Day will be held on May 12, 2000.  The students will be able

to participate in several team events.  It will be held in one

session from 9:15 - 11:00 a.m.  The faculty/6th grade students

will have their softball game in the afternoon from 1:30 p.m.

to 3:00 p.m.  STUDENTS MAY WEAR THEIR FIELD DAY TEAM SHIRT

AND UNIFORM SHORTS/PANTS. 

 

The students are looking forward to this event.  It is a team

effort and will allow students to show-off their skills that

they have learned all year.  It is also a time to show good

sportsmanship. 

 

NAMES TO REMEMBER AND NUMBERS TO KNOW

 

DOLORES M. CARDON....................................PRINCIPAL   

KAREN DOYLE..............................ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

ANGIE LEBLANC.............................SECRETARY

CONNIE GRAY...............................GENERAL CLERK

STACY DUPONT..............................GENERAL CLERK

JUANITA LEMOINE...........................ACCOUNT CLERK

CINDY THOMPSON............................SOCIAL WORKER #366-8171

CHERYL ABADIE..........................ASSISTANT MANAGER #366-1311

GWENN ROBINSON........................CHILD CARE DIRECTOR #366-4687

CINDY PUSATERI ............................P.T.O. #362-7892

 

SCHOOL TELEPHONE NUMBER:  366-5308

 

PLEASE KEEP THIS INFORMATION HANDY FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.

 

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

 

The following students were recognized as Students of the Month for April

with a pizza lunch in our school cafeteria. 

 

K - Roqueisha Walker, Jarrin Harris, Imana Richardson,

    Ronnie Williams, Kathy Vo, Kya Keller

1st grade-Jumanne Williams, Michael Bernard, Haley Trehern,

          Dwanyell Henry, Iyad Mardi

2nd grade- Davon Jackson, Carlos Fleming, Phylicia Walker

           Phuong Huynh, Miranda Roy, Freddricka Watts

3rd grade- Bennett Davis, Corey Bullard, Dung Dang, Kenneth Jefferson

4th grade- Brittany McGee, Chih Chou, Aaron Frazier, Brionne Lastrape

5th grade- Eloise McGee, Ana Danos, Linda Huynh

6th grade- Tonray Hilliard, Kerionne Boudreaux, Mitrell Osirio,

           Brandon Brooks, Alvin Walker

TEACHER: Mrs. Oser   ASSISTANT: Mrs. Bourg

 

                 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                              KINDERGARTEN SUPPLY LIST 2000-2001

 

 

      1    PACK OF PAPER PLATES

      2    BOXES OF KLEENEX TISSUE

      1    BOX OF FREEZER ZIPLOC BAGGIES

      2    BOXES OF WET WIPES

      1     PACK OF POST IT NOTES

      1    PACK CONSTRUCTION PAPER

      1   TABLET DRAWING PAPER

      2   PAIR OF FISKARS  SCISSORS (BLUNT)

      2   BOTTLES OF GLUE

      1   COMPOSITION NOTEBOOK

      2   BOXES LARGE CRAYONS,  8 PACK

      2   BOXES SMALL CRAYONS, 16 PACK

      2   PACKS OF JUMBO PENCILS (SHARPENED)

      2   PACKS REGULAR NUMBER   2 PENCILS (SHARPENED)

          PLASTIC SLEEPING MAT - (1" THICK, FOUR FOLD MAT)                  

                1 PACKAGE  OF PLAY DOUGH  4 COUNT,  PRIMARY COLORS)

                1  MANUSCRIPT  TABLET

                4  SOLID COLOR PLASTIC,   POCKET FOLDERS; NO BRADS

                2  ROLLS OF PAPER TOWELS

                1 PACK OF WHITE LUNCH BAGS

                1 PACK OF BAND AIDS

 

  CHANGE OF CLOTHES IN CASE OF AN ACCIDENT*  PLACED  IN ZIPLOC BAG AND LABEL WITH CHILD?S NAME

             *Only send extra clothes if you feel your child may need them

                                                         

  PLEASE BRING THE ABOVE SUPPLIES TO SCHOOL WITH YOU ON THE DAY THAT YOU BRING YOUR CHILD TO BE TESTED.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WOODLAND WEST                                       WOODLAND WEST

FIRST GRADE                                          SECOND GRADE

SUPPLY LIST 2000-2001                            SUPPLY LIST 2000-2001

 

1-PENCIL SHARPENER                              1- WASHABLE WATER COLOR PAINT

1-BOX OF WATER COLORS                           1-BOX WASHABLE MARKERS (8 COLOR)

1-BOX OF BANDAIDS                               1- BOX OF BANDAIDS

5-FOLDERS (PURPLE, YELLOW, RED, BLUE, ORANGE)   2- LGE PKGS LOOSE LEAF PAPER

2- 8 OZ. ELMER S GLUE                           4- PLASTIC FOLDERS WITH POCKETS

4-PRIMARY TABLETS                                 1 BOX OF ZIPLOC GALLON BAGS (BOYS)

1-BOX STANDARD SIZE PENCILS SHARPENED           1  PK LARGE PAPER PLATES (BOYS)

2 ROLLS OF PAPER TOWELS                         1  BOX OF ZIPLOC BAGS (GIRLS)        

8 PACKS OF CRAYONS (8 OR 16 ONLY)                 1 PACK OF BROWN PAPER BAGS (GIRLS)

2 PACKS OF CONSTRUCTION PAPER                   2 8 OZ. OF BOTTLE GLUE

1 PAIR OF FISKARS  BLUNT SCISSORS               1 PKG MULTICOLOR CONST. PAPER

1 PACK OF PAPER PLATES                          2 BOXES CRAYONS (24 TO BOX)

1 BOX  OF KLEENEX                               1 DOZ. PENCILS

6 MARBLE COMPOSITION NOTEBOOKS                  1 PAIR SCISSORS (FISKARS

PENCIL TOP ERASERS                                LAST THE LONGEST)

1 PACK OF POST-IT NOTES (3 X 3)                 1 PLASTIC SUPPLY BOX (SMALL ONE)

2 BOXES OF WET WIPES                            2 BOXES OF KLEENEX (LARGE ONE)

1 BOX  OF ZIPLOC BAGS (QUART SIZE)              2 ROLL PAPER TOWELS

1 PLASTIC INDEX CARD BOX                        8 BLACK MARBLE NOTEBOOKS(NOT SPIRAL)

2 PACKS OF INDEX CARDS (3 X 5)                  1 LARGE PINK ERASER

                                                3 PACKAGES OF INDEX CARDS

1 ZIPPERED PENCIL CASE (LARGE)                  1 PACK POST IT NOTES   

1 PLASTIC SHOE BOX                              1 FILE BOX WITH ABC DIVIDERS

2 BOXES OF MARKERS (8 COUNT CRAYOLA)            2 RED PENS    

                                               

                                                1 ROLL TRANSPARENCY TAPE

                                              1 WOODLAND WEST STUDENT PLANNER

THE ABOVE SUPPLIES ARE POOLED TOGETHER IN THE CLASS AND

USED BY ALL STUDENTS.  THE SUPPLIES ARE CONSUMED AND

CANNOT BE RETURNED.

 

LABEL ALL SUPPLIES - REPLENISH SUPPLIES AS NEEDED -

STUDENTS NEED TO COME TO SCHOOL DAILY WITH NECESSARY SUPPLIES

EACH STUDENT IS ASKED TO BRING IN $5.00 TO BE USED FOR ANY

INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES AS NEEDED DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR.

 


WOODLAND WEST                                     WOODLAND WEST  

THIRD GRADE                                       FOURTH GRADE

SUPPLY LIST 2000-01                               SUPPLY LIST 2000-01

 

1 BOX OF BANDAIDS                          WOODLAND WEST STUDENT PLANNER (mandatory)

8 OZ. ELMER'S GLUE                                $5.00 INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLY FEE                               

1 PAIR OF SCISSORS (BLUNT)                        1-SMALL PENCIL SHARPENER      

1 PKG. MULTICOLORED CONSTRUCTION PAPER            1-PAIR OF SCISSORS

2 LARGE BOXES OF KLEENEX                          1-WHITE GLUE 8 OZ

2 ROLLS OF PAPER TOWELS                           1-PK OF 9x12 CONSTRUCTION PAPER

2 LARGE PACKS OF LOOSELEAF PAPER                  1-PK OF 300 LOOSE LEAF PAPER

2 POCKET FOLDERS                                    SHARPENED PENCILS

10 MARBLE COMPOSITION NOTEBOOKS                   1-RULER (INCH/METRIC)

1 BOX OF CRAYONS (16 OR 24)                       1-LARGE BOX OF KLEENEX

1 MANILA FOLDER                                   2-LARGE ROLLS OF PAPER TOWEL

2 PACKS OF PENCILS                                1-BOX OF CRAYONS (24 count)    

1 BOX OF ZIPLOC SANDWICH BAGS                     1 - PACK OF BABY WIPES

SUPPLY BOX NO BIGGER THAN 5 « X 8 «               FOLDERS WITH POCKETS & BRADS:

2 PACKS OF CAP ERASERS                             One of each color; red, yellow

1 PACK BROWN PAPER BAGS                            Purple, green, dark blue

6 BOOK COVERS                                     1 - PACK OF RED ERASABLE PENS

NO LOOSE LEAF BINDERS                            

WOODLAND WEST STUDENT PLANNER               

$5.00 Instruction Supply Fee                     

                                                                                                                

WOODLAND WEST                                                 

FIFTH GRADE                                         WOODLAND WEST

SUPPLY LIST 2000-01                                 SIXTH GRADE

                                                    SUPPLY LIST 2000-01

HOMEROOM:                   

                                                                            

1-SCHOOL BOX (optional)GENERAL:                      2-PACKS LOOSE LEAF PAPER

1-BOX OF CRAYONS OR MARKERS                                200 SHEETS EACH

1-PAIR OF SCISSORS                                 6-MANILA FOLDERS (DO NOT      

1-BOTTLE OF GLUE                                    6-POCKET FOLDERS   WRITE ON)

1-12 INCH RULER                                       With the brads (prongs)

1-PACK OF CONSTRUCTION PAPER                        3-ERASABLE INK PENS

1-PENCIL CASE                                           (BLACK)

1-POCKET DICTIONARY                                 2-PKS.#2 WOODEN PENCILS

1-PACK INDEX CARDS (LINED/BLANK)                      (No mechanical pencils

1 SMALL PENCIL SHARPENER                               and dark print please)

1 SPIRAL NOTEBOOK                                    2-PKS. MARKERS (1-thick,1-thin)

1-BOX OF ZIPLOC SANDWICH BAG                        CLEAR PLASTIC PROTRACTOR

*A large supply of pencils                          (Half circle)

*A large supply of looseleaf (2-500 packs)          1-PACK OF GRAPH PAPER

*Several pens, blue-black-red                        (1/4 thick not scientific)

BOYS - 1 box of Kleenex                             PAPER BACK DICTIONARY

       2 rolls of paper towels                      1-PAIR SCISSORS(BLUNT)

GIRLS - 2 boxes of Kleenex                          1-PACK CONSTRUCTION PAPER

        1 roll of paper towels                        TRACING PAPER               

Supplies by subject...                              2-BOXES OF KLEENEX

                                                    2-ROLLS PAPER TOWELS

READING-1 PURPLE POCKET FOLDER W/BRADS              1-LARGE BOTTLE GLUE

        1 MARBEL COMPOSITION BOOK                   1-INEXPENSIVE CALCULATOR  

        1 Manila FOLDER                            6-MARBLE COMPOSITION NOTEBOOK

LANGUAGE ARTS - 1 BLUE POCKET FOLDER W/BRADS        2-RED PEN

    2 MARBEL COMPOSITION BOOKS, 1 RED PENCIL        2-PKS. OF INDEX CARDS

    OR 1 RED ERASABLE PEN, 2 Manila FOLDERS       10-INDIVIDUAL BAND-AIDS   

SOCIAL STUDIES - 2 RED POCKET FOLDER W/BRADS         NO WHITE OUT

MATH  -  1 YELLOW POCKET FOLDER W/BRADS            NOTE: BRING PAPER, PENCILS,

SCIENCE - 1 GREEN POCKET FOLDER W/BRADS            PENS, INDEX CARDS TO SCHOOL

                                                     ONLY AS NEEDED. NO PLASTIC

                                                 TUBS, INSUFFICIENT SPACE

                                                1" BINDER (LANGUAGE 3 DIVIDERS/

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