Kids learning to share and care
Individual levels, strengths and needs
Nurturing environments that encourage positive risk-taking
Different learning styles and personalities begin to surface
Every moment is a teachable moment
Remembering to raise hands and to work cooperatively with others
Gaining a greater awareness of letters, sounds, words, and numbers
Art, music, PE, and library help to educate the whole child
Responsibilty, respect, cooperation and honesty are celebrated
Time; all children need time and the opportunity to grow
Each child is a promise of a bright future
Never forgetting that each child is a work in progress!


1 book bag (no rolling wheels)
1 kindergarten rest mat (plastic, red/blue colored)
4 “fat” Ticonderoga pencils (also known as My First Ticonderoga)
6 boxes of “fat” Crayola crayons (large crayon size, original 8-count colors only)
1 4-pack of Expo dry erase markers (black is pre-ferred, but not necessary)
4 bottles of Elmer’s ‘School Glue’
8 Elmer’s Disappearing Glue Sticks
2 plastic 2-pocket folders (with metal fasteners/brads)
2 yellow highlighters
1 pair of Fiskars’ blunt-tip scissors
1 plastic crayon/supply box (approximately 9x6x3, no metal boxes)
2 pink wedge erasers
2 clear front zipper pencil pouch (both must have 3-ring binder holes)
1 Crayola watercolor paint (8 classic colors only)
4 canisters of Hasbro Play-Doh (5 oz. size)
2 large boxes of tissues
2 bottles of anti-bacterial liquid soap
Girls: 1 container of baby wipes
Boys: 1 canister of Lysol disinfecting wipes

The above supplies SHOULD be brought to school on Orientation Day! Please be sure to label all supplies with your child’s 1st and last name.                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Supplies may need to be replenished throughout the year. Additional sup-plies may be requested by your child’s teacher.