School Supply Lists 2024

A suggested school supply list by grade level is being provided to assist your family if you are purchasing supplies.

If you need assistance with providing your child with a backpack, lunchbox, and/or water bottle please reach out to Jennifer Russell at

Please click on the link for a one page printable supply list or see the list of supplies below by grade level.

Supply List – Kindergarten

Supply List – Grade 1

Supply List – Grade 2

Supply List – Grade 3

Supply List – Grade 4

Supply List – Grade 5

Supply List – Grade 6

Supply List – Grade 7

Supply List – Grade 8



  • CORDED Headphones (labeled with child’s name)
  • Backpack (large enough to hold a chromebook,water bottle and lunchbox)
  • Water Bottle SPILL PROOF please (labeled with child’s name) 
  • Lunch Box (labeled with child’s name)
  • A change of clothes to remain in school

Student supplies:

1 package black Expo dry erase markers (fine tip)

6 large glue sticks

2 boxes of Crayola crayons (24 pack)

Crayola markers (8 pack)

Pencils (Ticonderoga preferred)

Black and white composition book wide ruled

4 pack PlayDoh 3oz/4oz

Classroom supplies (optional but appreciated):

Crayola Twistable crayons

Crayola Twistable colored pencils

Card stock

Colored copy paper

Baby wipes

Clorox wipes


Zip Lock bags (various sizes)

** GRADE 1 **

Student supplies:

2 large glue sticks

2 boxes of 24 count crayons

Crayola skinny markers (10 pack)

Headphones (Please label with your child’s name)

**Each first grader will be provided with a pencil box the first day of school. Please send in school supplies in a bag labeled with your child’s name.

Classroom supplies (optional but appreciated)

All items below will be shared

Box of Ticonderoga pencils

Pencil erasers

Paper towels

Expo dry erase markers


Lysol wipes

Baby wipes

Band aids

Plastic Spoons

Ziploc bags (sandwich and gallon freezer size)

Colored copy paper


** GRADE 2 **

  • Headphones
  • 3 – 1 Subject WIDE RULED Notebooks
  • Box of crayons or Twistables
  • 2 boxes of #2 Ticonderoga sharpened pencils
  • Pair of kid scissors
  • 2 highlighters (different colors)
  • Hard plastic pencil case (Ex. 2.25″H x 8.25″W x 5.63″ D)
  • Pencil top erasers
  • Personal size whiteboard
  • 1-2 packages of JUMBO glue sticks
  • 1- package Expo dry-erase markers
  • Whiteboard eraser

Classroom supplies (optional but appreciated):

  • Tissues
  • Clorox wipes
  • Paper towels
  • Copy paper (Astrobright)
  • White copy paper
  • White card stock
  • Scotch Thermal Laminating Pouches 3 mil.
  • Plastic spoons

** GRADE 3 **

Student Supplies:

plastic pencil box

(thin) Dry erase markers (Bic Intensity is a great marker for our Math work)

Ticonderoga pencils

colored pencils or crayons

glue sticks

yellow highlighters

dry erase eraser or clean sock or fabric

1 composition notebook wide ruled



red pens

1 two pocket folder with 3 prongs 

3×5 white index cards

Classroom Supplies (optional but appreciated):


Clorox wipes

glue sticks 

dry erase markers

yellow highlighters

clear sheet protectors

colored copy paper (Astrobright)

** GRADE 4 **

Student supplies:

2 Plastic two pocket folders

3 wide-ruled one subject colored spiral notebooks

  • 1 blue, 1 green & 1 yellow

1 pack of wide ruled filler paper 

Thin black Expo dry erase markers (as many as possible)

Ticonderoga #2 pencils

Pencil box filled with the following please: 

glue sticks

– block eraser


thin markers

twistables OR colored pencils 


Please make sure that students have just ONE PENCIL BOX filled with the 6 supplies above, securely inside.

Classroom supplies (optional but appreciated):

Clorox wipes

Method all purpose cleaning spray

Mr. Clean magic erasers


Paper towels

Ziploc bags

Colored copy paper (Astrobrights)

** GRADE 5 **

Student supplies:

  • Water bottle – reusable, with cover (20 oz max)
  • 4 two-pocket folders 
  • 1- 1 inch 3 ring binder (ELA)
  • Loose leaf lined paper (ELA)
  • Packet of divider tabs (ELA)
  • 1 Composition Notebook (ELA)
  • 3 perforated notebooks – 1 subject, college-ruled – at least 8×10.5 inches (SS, Science, Math)
  • Scissors
  • Glue sticks
  • Pencils
  • Pencil sharpener with capsule
  • Earbud headphones (plug-in)
  • Pens – red, blue
  • Colored pencils
  • Highlighters – variety of colors
  • Pencil case – soft is preferred
  • 3 packs of 3×5 index cards
  • Post- It Notes
  • Thin dry erase markers 

Classroom supplies (optional but appreciated):


Paper towels

Clorox wipes

Large dry erase markers (EXPO MARKERS)

White copy paper

** GRADE 6 **

Student supplies:  please replenish as needed 

Pencils and pens 

Colored pencils

Dry erase markers

Portable pencil sharpener

3 one subject notebooks (one for Social Studies, one for ELA, one for Math)

2 Composition notebook (one for Science and one for ELA)

Highlighters (pink, green and blue)



Glue sticks

Silent reading book

Headphones for testing and daily i-Ready lessons

** GRADE 7 **

Student supplies (Math):

Thin black Expo dry erase markers (as many as possible)

Notebook & Folder

Graph paper



Student supplies (ELA):




Silent reading book

Colored pencils

Highlighters (optional)

Post-it notes (optional)

Student supplies (Science):                           

Colored pencils                                      


Glue sticks                                                                                                         

Pencil case                                                      

Pencil sharpener                                             

Student supplies (Social Studies):

One subject notebook 


Colored pencils 


Student supplies (Special Education):



Mini-post it notes/stickies

** GRADE 8 **

General Supplies needed for all classes:

(5) pencils with erasers

(5) pens


Colored pencils

Silver Sharpie marker

Expo dry erase markers – fine point


(3) glue sticks

Box of tissues

Pencil case

(3) Pocket folders (ELA, SS, math)

Earbuds or headphones


Post-it Notes


Social Studies:

Binder dividers

1 inch binder


Graph lined composition books with a folder for handouts (please no spiral notebooks, the composition books are preferred because the pages don’t tear out easily)

Graph paper



LOTS of dry erase markers! We use these almost daily and they do not last very long.


1.5 inch binder

2 packs of binder dividers 

Reinforced loose leaf paper or one subject notebook with perforated pages

A calculator is helpful but not required (science does not have a class set)


Clorox wipes