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August 6, 2012

Suwannee County classroom supply lists

School starts Aug. 20

Live Oak — These are basic supply lists. The teacher may have additional needs. Please check with your child’s teacher before purchasing items.

Suwannee Primary School


Kindergarten



1 crayons - 16 or 24 count


1 scissors (age 5 and up)


1 bottle of glue (4-6 oz. bottle) or 1 glue stick


1 backpack (without wheels due to safety issues)


Please do not send nap time mats. 


Wish list: Antibacterial wipes, hand sanitizer, Ziploc bags (quart of gallon), pkg. assorted stickers, wide ruled spiral notebook, folders with two pockets, facial tissue.

First grade


1 pack pencils (prefer made in USA, they do not break as easily)


2 crayon - 24 count


1 child’s scissors


2 glue sticks


4 folders with two pockets


1 notebook paper (wide-ruled)


1 spiral-bound notebook (wide-ruled)


1 backpack (without wheels due to safety issues)


Wish list: Antibacterial wipes, hand sanitizer, Ziploc bags (quart of gallon), pkg. assorted stickers, wide ruled spiral notebook, facial tissue.

Suwannee Elementary School


Supply lists can be picked up from your teacher on meet your teacher day, Thursday, Aug. 16 from 5 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Suwannee Intermediate School


Fourth grade
    
                        

                                                                                             Wish list


Notebook paper (wide-ruled)                                               Tissues
  

Crayons                                                                                Hand sanitizer

Pencils (#2)                                                                          Dry erase markers

Scissors                                                                               Post-it Notes


Glue/glue stick

Three prong folders with pockets

Two highlighters



Fifth grade
  

                                                                                             Wish list
   

Notebook paper (wide-ruled)                                               Tissues

Pencils (#2)                                                                          Hand sanitizer


Colored pencils                                                                    Dry erase markers

Glue stick                                                                             Ziplock bags

Three prong folders with pockets                                         Post-it Notes


Composition notebook (black marbled)                               Graph paper


One spiral notebook (wide-ruled)

Suwannee Middle School


Sixth grade


(Seventh and eighth grade should check with your teacher on Friday, Aug. 17 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.)



3” or 5” three-ring binder with subject dividers


4 pocket folders with holes to go into 3-ring binder


Loose-leaf notebook paper


2 composition books


#2 pencils


Hand-held pencil sharpener with catcher


1 pack of colored pencils


1 pack of multi-colored highlighters


Zippered pencil pouch to go into 3-ring binder


Individual hand sanitizer to carry in book bag


Individual travel-size Kleenex to carry in book bag

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