• 2020-2021 School Supplies

    • Clear or Mesh Book Bag
    • Earbuds or small headphones (for personal Chromebook use)
    • Pencil Pouch or Pencil Box
    • #2 Yellow pencils or Mechanical Pencils- enough for the entire school year
    • Pencil Top Erasers
    • 4 packs of Wide Ruled Notebook Paper- go ahead and place some paper in the binder or "extra" folder for easy access-leave the rest at home
    • 1 (24) count crayons- these may need to be replaced middle of the year
    • Colored Pencils- Make sure you have a hand held pencil sharpener to use. Students will not be allowed to use the classroom sharpener for colored pencils.
    • 6 glue sticks
    • 8 Black Dry Erase Markers- these will need to be replaced towards the middle of the year
    • 2 packs of standard index cards
    • 1 pack of (2) highlighters
    • (4) Black and White Composition Notebooks (Math, ELA, Science, SS)
    • (2) 3-prong and pocket folders (one will be the student's personal Data Notebook, the second folder will be for ELA daily review)
    • NO LARGER than a 2 inch view binder or 2 inch Trapper Keeper
    • 5 Tab Binder Dividers (Dudley prefers the Avery Insertable Big Tab Plastic Dividers w/single pockets) Even if you buy a Trapper Keeper, students must have the dividers. Students CAN NOT use the accordian file folder that comes with the Trapper Keeper. The dividers need to be labeled; (ELA, SS, MATH, SCIENCE, Review) 


    • scissors (to cut down on using community supplies)
    • 1- 2 pocket folder for homework and extra paper


    • Bandaids
    • Kleenex
    • Clorox wipes
    • Lysol spray
    • Ziploc bags (sandwich and gallon size)
    • napkins
    • Magic Erasers
    • 12 oz. plastic cups
    • white lunch bags


    We will organize all supplies the first few days of school. Extra supplies not immediately needed to be placed in the pencil pouch/box can be taken home and stored there until your student needs them, or we will have a gallon sized Ziploc bag ready for your student to store his/her personal supplies in the classroom.

Last Modified on July 29, 2020