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Things to Know & School Supplies

STEWART ELEMENTARY

KINDERGARTEN ENROLLMENT

Children will be eligible for kindergarten if they will be five years of age by September 15, 2022. State law and school board policy requires that the school must have the following information on all kindergarten students: current physical examination, proof of immunization, dental screening, vision screening, birth certificate and documentation of lead screening. These must be turned in before students start school on August 23, 2022.

“MEET THE TEACHER NIGHT” STEWART ELEMENTARY - AUGUST 18

4:30-5:15 Stewart New Families Only Meet the Teacher

5:30-6:15 Stewart Meet the Teacher-Last Names A-L

6:15-7:00 Stewart Meet the Teacher-Last Names M-Z

PRESCHOOL START DATE

Preschool does start a week later than our K-12 students due to state requirements. The first day of class for preschool is Wednesday, August 31st. Teachers will schedule a time for you to individually come in with your child to visit. Students in preschool will not attend the K-2 meet the teacher night.

PICTURES

Stewart Elementary will be taking fall pictures on Monday, September 12, 2022.

SUPPLY LIST 2022-23

KINDERGARTEN

Required:

1 School box (No larger than 6x9x3)

1 Standard padded rest mat (No towels or rugs)

1 Backpack (brought daily)

1 Student size scissors

1 Pocket folder

1 Pair of headphones

2 Wide ruled spiral notebooks

Donations:

3 Boxes of 16 count crayons

1 Box of markers

1 Box of Kleenex (200 Count)

10 Glue sticks

2 Four packs of Expo Dry Erase Markers (assorted colors, wide tip)

1 Large box of cereal of crackers for snack

Clorox Wipes

ALTERNATIVE KINDERGARTEN

Required-please label all with child’s name

1 Backpack

2 Plastic folders

1 Lined notebook

1 Plastic pencil box

2 Boxes of 24 crayons

1 Box of 10 markers

1 Pair of scissors

1 Padded rest mat

2 Dry erase markers (black only)

1 Pair of headphones

1 Complete change of clothes (shirt, pants, underwear, socks)

Donations:

Crackers or Cereal

Dry erase markers (any color)

Markers

Napkins or paper towels

Paper plates

Glue Sticks

Plastic spoons

FIRST GRADE

Required

(Please label all items)

Pencils - 2 dozen #2 lead pencils, sharpened, plain yellow

Crayons- 2 boxes of 24 crayons

Glue sticks-12

Expo Dry Erase Markers - 4 total (black only)

Scissors

Eraser - 1 large

Highlighters - 2

Tissues - 1 or 2 boxes

School box – not zippered

Composition notebook - 2

Saltine crackers - 2 boxes

Headphones (Not Ear Buds, Please)

Donations:

Gallon baggies

Clorox wipes

Sandwich baggies

SECOND GRADE

(please label with name or initials, no need to label pencil/crayon individually)

Pencils - 3 dozen sharpened, no mechanical pencils

1 – 24 pkg crayons

Erasers - 2-3 large pink erasers

Pointed scissors

4 glue sticks

2 Composition notebooks

3 sturdy 2-pocket folders

2 package Expo markers - black

1 pair of sturdy headphones

School box – no larger than 6x9x3 (For Shelman, Collins, Rausch. Not for Nelson and Widmer)

Donations:

Glue sticks

Snack (any crackers, cookies, etc)

Boxes of kleenex

Expo markers (Black)

Highlighters

Plastic baggies (gallon or sandwich size)

Clorox wipes

Coffee filters

3 YEAR OLD (HALF DAY) HALF DAY PRESCHOOL

Required: Please label

1 backpack (big enough to fit folder)

1 folder (laminated or plastic)

1 extra set of clean clothes (pants, long sleeve shirt, underwear, socks)

Donations:

Ziploc bags (Quart or gallon size)

Cardstock paper

Brown lunch bags

Kleenex

Coffee filters

5 oz Dixie cups

Pipsqueak markers

Watercolor paints

Glue (bottle or sticks)

4 YEAR OLD (FULL DAY) PRESCHOOL

Required: Please label

1 Backpack (big enough to fit folder)

1 Pocket folder (laminated or plastic)

1 Extra set of clean clothes (pants, shirt, underwear, socks)

1 Standard padded rest mat

Reusable water bottle

Donations:

Clorox wipes

Kleenex

Glue sticks

Dry Erase Markers

Crayons

Markers

Watercolor paint

Coffee filters

White paper plates (small or large)

Velcro (pieces or strips)

Play-doh

Plastic spoons

LINCOLN ELEMENTARY

Meet the Teachers

Lincoln Elementary will host “Meet the Teachers,” on Thursday, August 18, from 4:30-600. Students are welcome to come to Lincoln with their school supplies and meet their teachers and leave their supplies for the first day of classes. We welcome all students and parents to this important event.

Third Grade Parent Orientation

There will be a third-grade parent orientation the same evening during Meet the Teachers, on Thursday, August 18, from 4:30-5:00 for all incoming third grade parents to attend. There will be time given for parents to ask questions or voice concerns they may have as their sons and daughters enter Lincoln.

Fall Pictures

Lincoln Elementary will be taking Fall pictures on Wednesday, September 7, for the 2022-23 school year. Please look for your student’s picture envelope to come home before this date. If you plan on purchasing a picture package, that envelope must come back to school with them along with payment for their pictures. Online payment is also available. Please put this important date on the calendar as ALL students will get their picture taken to use for lunch cards, administrative purposes and classroom pictures.

THIRD GRADE

Please label all supplies with your child’s name

2 large boxes of tissues

2 dozen #2 plain yellow pencils (No mechanical pencils, please.)

3 two-pocket folders

1 highlighter

2 black Sharpies (1 for art and 1 for classroom)

1 small box of 24 crayons OR 1 box of markers OR colored pencils (your choice)

1 pencil pouch OR box

2 composition notebooks (wide-ruled)

2 single subject spiral notebooks (wide-ruled)

8 small glue sticks

8 Black Expo Markers

1 set of headphones or earbuds

1 pair student scissors (pointed tip)

1 container Clorox (disinfectant) wipes

Art Class Supplies:

2 pencils

Optional/Classroom Donation:

Clorox (disinfectant) wipes

Gallon OR Sandwich sized Ziploc baggies

Black Expo Markers

FOURTH GRADE

Please Label all supplies with your child’s name.

2 package wide lined loose leaf paper

3 packages #2 lead pencils (12 pencil packs)

1 package 24 count crayons OR colored pencils

1 large eraser for Art and 1 package cap erasers

1 pair of scissors

6 pocket folders with clasps

10 glue sticks

2 dry erase markers

1 - 3 subject notebook

1 highlighter

2 boxes of tissues

One set of headphones ( in a baggie and labeled with your name)

4 composition notebooks

1 pk of 5 tab binder dividers

1 pencil pouch/box (optional)

Optional/Classroom Donations:

Tissues

Healthy Snacks (pretzels, crackers, etc.)

Disinfecting wipes

Gallon and sandwich Ziploc Bags

FIFTH GRADE

Please label all supplies with student’s name

1 set of headphones or earbuds to be kept at school

2 dozen #2 pencils

2 large boxes of tissues

5 – 2 pocket Folders

4 dry erase markers

1 composition notebook (not spiral)

2 Spiral notebooks

1 black sharpie

1 roll of scotch tape

1 pencil pouch/box

1 highlighter

Art Class Supplies:

2 pencils

1 Sharpie

Optional/Classroom Donations:

Extra Tissues

WASHINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL

SIXTH GRADE

Headphones or earbuds

12 pencils

12 black or blue pens

1 composition notebook

2 - 1” 3-ring binders

1 - pkg dividers

1- 3 prong black folder if in Choir

2 - 2 pocket folders with 3 hole punches

2 sharpies

1 pair of scissors

1 pkg of colored pencils

1 highlighter

Optional:

1 ruler

1 protractor

Calculator

Instruments (Band)

Essential Elements Lesson Book 1 (Band)

SEVENTH GRADE

Headphones or earbuds

12 pencils

12 black or blue pens

1 composition notebook or spiral notebook

1”binder (Math)

1- 3 prong folder for Global Studies

1-3 prong black folder if in Choir

2- 2 pocket folders

1 pkg of loose leaf paper (150 count)

1 pair of scissors

dry erase markers, any size/color

notecards

glue

Post-it Notes

1 highlighter

Optional:

Instruments (Band)

Essential Elements Lesson Book 2 (Band)

Ruler

Colored pencils or markers

EIGHTH GRADE

Headphones or earbuds

12 pencils

12 black or blue pens

1 pkg. colored pencils

1 wide-ruled notebook

2- 1” 3-ring binders

1- 3 prong black folder if in Choir

1pkg dividers

1 pkg of loose leaf paper (150 count)

Index cards

1 pkg. of dry erase markers

1-2 sharpies

1 pair of scissors

Basic calculator

1 pkg of highlighters

Recommendations for all students

Scientific Calculator- Students may access a scientific calculator on their Chromebook. Phones cannot be used for calculators in school.

Donations- If you would like to make a donation please mark it as “Donation”. We thank you in advance. (Kleenex, disinfecting wipes, hand sanitizer, dry erase markers, loose leaf paper, old band instruments, etc.)

WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL AND WRAP

General HS Supplies

Large 3-Ring Binders with Dividers (4)

College Rule Loose Leaf Paper (2 pks)

Graph Paper (one pad)

Pens (Red/Black - 2 ea)

Pencils (one box - dozen or so)

Dry Erase Markers (one package)

Regular Markers (one Package)

Glue Sticks (2)

Scissors

Texas Instrument Calculator (recommended but not required)

Planner with monthly calendars & daily entries

Journal (for Creative Writing Class)

WRAP

3 Spiral Notebooks

2 Packs of Loose Leaf Paper

1 Dozen Pencils

Pens

3-Ring Binder and Folders

1 Ream of Copy Paper

3 Boxes of Tissues (Kleenex)