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Our Lady of Refuge Middle School Supply List 2018-2019


• Mechanical pencils to last the entire school year with good erasers.
• Several blue or black ink pens (these tend to run out throughout the year, so please make sure you have a lot!)
• 3 colored pens for correcting in-class (please select colors other than blue or black)
• Highlighter markers
• Markers, colored pencils and/or crayons
• At least 1 package of college rule loose leaf paper (enough for all classes)
• Ruler with metric and U.S. units
• Three ring hole-punch that fits into a binder
• Glue sticks to last the entire school year (This is very important for math and science)
• USB portable storage device
• Personal organization system materials (This includes a pouch for daily supplies. Large binders are NOT recommended for students with organization challenges. A two-pocket folder for assignments and a folder for notebook paper will suffice.)
• 1/4 inch grid loose leaf graph paper (“ONLY” for 7th & 8th grade for math)
• One 1” three ring binder and two dividers (specifically for science and math)
• 1 composition notebook (usually salt and pepper color) for science notes.
• 1 composition notebook (usually salt and pepper color) for math notes (may need additional one in January if you have larger print)
• 3 single subject, college-ruled, non-perforated, spiral notebooks (for social studies, religion, and Spanish)
• One 1 or 1 ½ inch three ring binder and five dividers (for social studies classwork, social studies homework, religion classwork, and Spanish work) This is where your child will store all of his/her work for these subjects. This should be taken home regularly for you to check his or her progress.
• Composition notebook hardcover for "Daily Know" in social studies and religion
• 1 composition notebook (usually salt and pepper color) for novel journals (for Language Arts)
• 3 single subject, college-ruled spiral notebooks (for Language Arts)
• 1 two-pocket folder (for Language Arts)
• 2 reams of paper for printing (one is to be given to the computer lab and the other is to be given to the office on the first day of school)


The following is to be turned in the first day of school to your homeroom teacher:

• Grade 6:
Two boxes facial tissue
Two containers of baby wipes (for cleaning hands)
One box/bin of Clorox or Lysol wipes (for regular cleaning classroom)
One tube of hand sanitizer (for hands. Larger tubes preferred)
3 dry erase markers

• Grade 7:
Two to Three boxes facial tissue, last year we ran out in April!
One roll paper towels
One box/bin of Clorox or Lysol wipes (for regular cleaning classroom)
One tube of hand sanitizer (for hands, Larger tubes preferred
3 dry erase markers

• Grade 8:
Two boxes facial tissue
One roll paper towels
One box/bin of Clorox or Lysol wipes (for regular cleaning classroom)
Two boxes of wet wipes (disinfectant and bleach free – these may be used on hands and faces)
3 dry erase markers

 

Extra supplies should be stored at home, including at least one ream of white 8 1/2" x 11" copy paper, plenty of pens, and two or three spare single-subject notebooks when others are filled. All materials and uniforms should be labeled. All hardcover textbooks must be covered with paper or fabric stretch covers during the first week of school; softcover texts may be covered with clear contact paper. Please cover your math book with contact paper (any color or pattern). Uncovered books mav not be taken out of the classroom.


Permanent markers (such as Sharpies) and correction fluid (liquid white-out) are not permitted on school campus.

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