McCall 2017-2018 School Supplies

Listed by Teacher

(Updated 8/29/2017 – 10:44 pm)

Mrs. Altebrando
ALL Classes – 1 1/2 inch 3-ring binder; notebook paper; folder; pencils; tissues(optional); hand sanitizer(optional); clorox wipes(optional)

Mr. Batkowski
ALL Classes – dry erase markers; kleenex; pencils; colored pencils; old sock to erase markers

Mrs. Bennett
ALL Classes – 3 ring binder with dividers- 1″ or bigger; pencils- no pens allowed; TI-30 XS Multiview calculator (It is best if students’ have their own, however I do have some in my room for student use, but they cannot take them home.)

Mrs. Bauer
ALL 6th Grade Science and Math Classes – sharpened pencils; pencil erasers; 1 highlighter; 2 different colored folders (one for each subject) with pockets or fasteners

Mrs. Beadle
ALL Classes – pencils, pencils, pencils(not mechanical); zippered pencil pouch; 1 box of 12 colored pencils; 2(or more) red pens; 2(or more) yellow highlighters; 2 composition notebooks(1 for math, 1 for science) not spiral notebooks; 2(or more) glue sticks;  2 plastic folders with pockets and prongs(1 black for science; 1 blue for math); 2(or more) LOW ODOR dry erase markers; 1 dry eraser; kid safe scissors(optional); tissues(optional); Clorox wipes(optional); yellow highlighters(optional); Dum-dums(optional)

Mrs. Breneisen
ALL Classes – pencils; erasers; binders or folders; dry erase marker; 1 subject notebook

Mrs. Comly
ALL Classes – 3-ring binder; Post-it notes (sticky notes); blue or black pens; pencils; highlighter

Mrs. Essick
ALL Classes – three-ring binder (1″ or more) with at least three divider tabs. Class is separated into AR, Literature, and Writing/Grammar; A notebook or loose-leaf paper for classroom activities; A COMPOSITION book. This is very important because it will be your Collins writing notebook for the year and will be used every day in class; Pencils; blue or black ink pens; one pack of multi-colored highlighters​

Mr. Fagnano
Algebra and Pre-Algebra – pencils w/erasers; notebook for bell ringers and Collins writing; calculators(optional); We have calculators for classes but students like to have one for home as well.  We use the TI-30XS multiview calculator from Texas Instruments.

Ms. Fellinger
ALL Classes – 1 three subject notebook for Language Art; 1 three subject notebook for Social Studies; 1 folder for Social Studies; 1 folder for Language Arts; 1 binder with at least 50 page protectors (this is in place of the agenda); 1 pencil case with  pencils, erasers, and highlighters

Mrs. Gleason
ALL Classes – 2 folders; pencils; dry erase markers; highlighter; colored pencils

Mrs. Green(Library)
ALL 5th Grade Classes – 3 ring binder; blue/black pen; pencil; notebook paper; 3×5 index cards
ALL 6th Grade Classes – 3 ring binder; blue/black pen; pencil; notebook paper

Mrs. Hanna
ALL Classes – Notebook or Binder with FOLDER for ELA class papers to be kept in and organized; one subject notebook that will be kept in the classroom for Collins writing; pencils and pens (any of your choosing); 4 highlighters of different colors; pack of markers or colored pencils (any colors or variety)

Mr. Hanna
ALL Classes – Notebook and folder

Mrs. Heckrote
ALL Classes – none

Mr. Jones
ALL Classes – Notebook

Mr. Jury
ALL Classes – 1 1/2 in three ring binder(buy two cheap ones or one nice one); 1 subject spiral bound notebook

Mr. Mazzante
ALL Spanish Classes – one three-ring binder; a set of colored pencils

Mrs. Menne
ALL 6th Grade LA and Social Studies Classes – One 3-subject notebook for social studies; One 3-subject notebook for language arts; One binder with 50 sheet protectors; Pencil case with pencils, colored pencils, dry erase markers w/ eraser, and highlighters

Ms. Pietrangelo
ALL Classes – A three-ring binder (1.5″ or more); Divider tabs; A notebook or loose-leaf paper for classroom writing; A pencil case with highlighters, lots of pencils, erasers, and colored pens (optional); Pack of post-it notes

Mr. Ravert
ALL Classes – three-ring binder (2″ or more) with at least three divider tabs. Class is separated into AR, Literature, and Writing/Grammar; notebook or loose-leaf paper for classroom activities; COMPOSITION book. This is very important because it will be your Collins writing notebook for the year and will be used every day in class; pencils; blue or black ink pens; one pack of multi-colored highlighters​

Mr. Reeder
ALL Classes – pencils and erasers; several clear plastic page protectors (around 10); 2 or 2.5 inch 3-ring binder; 2 single subject notebooks with holes; Avery Big Tab Two Pocket Insertable Plastic Dividers (8 Tab)​

Mrs. Simpson and Mr. Holmes
ALL Classes – Student agenda/planner; 4 pocket portfolios with prong fasteners OR 4 half-inch binder(Blue for Science, Black for math; Green for social studies; Red for language arts); 1 blue 5 subject notebook; 1 black 5 subject notebook; 1 blue or black dry erase marker; 1 pack of colored pencils; fine point markers(optional); 1 highlighter; 1 red ballpoint pen; zip up pencil case(please do not bring the large plastic cases as they take up too much room); pencils(standard or mechanical); erasers; tissues(optional); hand sanitizer(optional); Clorox/Lysol wipes(optional)
ICT – 3-ring binder; 3×5 lined index cards; black or blue pen; pencil; notebook

Mr. Ravert
ALL Classes – A three-ring binder (2″ or more) with at least three divider tabs. Class is separated into AR, Literature, and Writing/Grammar; A notebook or loose-leaf paper for classroom activities; A COMPOSITION book. This is very important because it will be your Collins writing notebook for the year and will be used every day in class; Pencils; blue or black ink pens; one pack of multi-colored highlighters​

Mrs. Russell
ALL Classes – red plastic folder with pockets and prongs; green plastic folder with pockets and prongs; pencils; erasers; small pack of fine tip markers; composition notebook for language arts(not spiral); box of tissues(optional); antibacterial wipes(optional); hand sanitizer(optional); paper towels(optional)

Mr. Twigg
ALL Classes – 4 folders w/pockets; 2 3-subject notebooks; highlighter; pens; dry erase markers; lots of pencils; erasers

Mrs. Verrico
ALL Classes – 2 folders (one for math and one for science); multiple dry erase markers (we use these daily for mental math); a dry erase eraser (a sock works great); pencils; 10 pack of colored pencils

Mrs. Weaver
ALL Classes – composition notebook(not spiral); bottle of Elmer’s glue; pencil case(not the plastic boxes); pencils; highlighter; colored pencils(12 pk); fine tip markers; planner/agenda(daily); folders with prongs(red – language arts); green – social studies); hand sanitizer(optional); Clorox wipes(optional); tissues(optional)

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