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2020-2021 Middle School Back-to-School Supplies

Please refer to the list below to plan for your return to school with necessary materials per class, organized by grade.

Sixth Grade

Mrs. Forde

  • Smock/apron/old shirt
  • Large sponge 7.5 x 5 x 2 (or a similar size)
  • 50 toothpicks
  • Small plastic bucket about 8 inches in diameter (a Cool Whip/sherbet container works as well)
  • 3 paint brushes (one small for painting fine details, one medium, and one thicker brush)

Ms. Soule

  • T-shirt, shorts or leggings, sneakers for dancing outside

Mr. Barker

  • Phone, digital camera, iPad capable of taking digital images (with charger)
  • iPad or preferably Apple laptop (with charger)
  • Pencil or Pen
  • Notebook
  • Dry Erase Marker

Ms. Greshin

  • A 3-ring binder 
  • Loose-leaf graph paper and lined paper
    • No spiral notebooks!
  • A pencil with an eraser
  • Your device, charged everyday
  • A folder (for handouts)
  • Your planner
  • Have available in your locker EVERY DAY: appropriate footwear, outer clothing and a beach towel, for time spent outside

Ms. Grisanti

  • Regular pencil
  • Colored pencils (red, orange, yellow, blue, green, black, purple)
  • A very small stuffed animal or doll

Ms. Greshin

  • A big binder with loose leaf paper (graph paper, if you can find it) 
    • No spiral notebooks!
  • Dividers with tabs for each chapter
  • A pencil with an eraser
  • A pink, red or green pen (no purple) for correcting homework
  • Your planner
  • Your textbook

Ms. Clark-Flanagan

  • Composition book (journal)
  • 3-ring binder w/ filler paper (lined, 3 hole punched) or a dedicated section for history in a multiple subject 3-ring binder (no spiral pads)
  • 2 pocket folders
  • White blank paper, colored paper (no neon colors)
  • Highlighter (any light color)
  • Pencil pouch w/ pencils, eraser, sharpener, PENS (blue or black)   
  • Art supplies for school: colored pencils, scissors, glue stick.  

Ms. Corina (Alvarezdelugo)
The items below will be made into a bundle that can be purchased in Diddles during opening days. Student should also plan to bring an apron or smock from home (an old shirt works too).

  • Sketchbook – Print and Paste Set (For assignments and to use during the creative process)
  • Canson XL Mix Media Pad – 12” x 9”, Portrait, 60 Sheets (For art projects)
  • Drawing pencils, white eraser, pencil sharpener (set)
  • A small case or ziplock bag for the pencil sharpener
  • Ruler
  • 2 Sharpie or black markers: 1 fine and 1 ultra fine
  • Colored Pencils of choice
  • Crayola Paint Brush Pens (this brand only)
  • Soft Pastel (6th & 7th grade)
  • Oil Pastel (8th grade)
  • Case for supplies and a letter size folder for artwork
  • White glue
  • Glue Stick
  • Scissors 
  • Apron or smock (an old shirt works too) (brought from home)

To have at home if we go to Distance Learning: 

  • Recyclables like: paper plates, magazines, newspapers, cardboard

Ms. Hofheimer

  • Pencils & pens
  • 1” Binder with loose-leaf paper and a sturdy folder inside (for scenes, handouts, responses to scene analysis questions, etc.)
  • Highlighters (yellow, pink or orange so it is easy to read lines)

Ms. Thacker

  • Composition book, notebook, or journal (will be left in the classroom space)
  • Three-ring binder (at least 1.5”-size) to be used solely for English, or a dedicated section of a multiple-subject binder
  • Three-hole punched pocket folder (any color)
  • Loose-leaf paper (college-lined, three-hole punched, no spiral notebooks, please)
  • Highlighter (any light color–colored pencils work great)
  • Pencils (no pens, please), pencil-top erasers, pencil sharpener (mechanical pencils are fine)
  • Appropriate clothing for outdoor classroom setting (e.g., jacket, sweater, etc.)

Supplies to have on hand at home, for projects:

  • Crayons, colored pencils, or markers
  • Glue or tape
  • Scissors
  • Blank paper (computer printer paper is fine)