School Supplies

Three-Year-Old Preschool Supply List
Tuesday and Thursday Mornings
Tuesday and Thursday Afternoons

 St. Timothy tote bag ($10) purchased at the “Come and Visit Day” on August 31. Please do not purchase a backpack.
 Complete change of non-uniform clothes (including socks and underwear) in a large Ziploc bag labeled with child’s name.
 Paper lunch bags (Keep these at home and use them for sending in your child’s snack each class. No lunch boxes or water bottles please!)
 1 package of baby wipes in September (and 1 in January as well)
 1 roll of paper towels
 1 box of 5 ounce Dixie cups (not 3 ounce)
 2 inexpensive plastic tablecloths (for painting projects)
 1 package of small white paper plates (cheap variety)
 1 box sandwich Ziploc baggies
 1 box of 24 Crayola crayons
 1 4×6 family photo
 Girls bring: 1 Sharpie – any color but pink, 1 package of clothespins
 Boys bring: 1 Sharpie – metallic, 1 bag of cotton balls
Please bring all supplies to “Come and Visit Day” on August 31. Items will be shared and do not need to have the child’s name printed on them. Teachers may ask for additional supplies throughout the year.
Please label all uniform sweaters and jackets with your child’s name.
Feel free to add a cute key chain to the tote bag to help your child identify it.
** Families may pass down a tote bag from an older sibling. Please add the current student’s name.

Three-Year-Old Preschool Supply List
Monday – Friday Full Day

 St. Timothy tote bag ($10) purchased at the “Come and Visit Day” on August 31st. Please do not purchase a backpack.
 One insulated lunch box (that will hold your child’s lunch and two snacks) labeled with your child’s name.
 One water bottle with a straw top labeled with your child’s name.
 Nap mat ($25) purchased at “Come and Visit Day” on August 31st.
 A very small stuffed animal and receiving blanket which will be left at school for rest time.
 A jumbo size reusable shopping bag labeled with the child’s name. (Used for transporting the nap mat home for washing on Fridays. (Ones from TJMaxx work well)
 2 complete changes of non-uniform clothes (including socks and underwear) in 2 large Ziploc bags labeled with child’s name.
 5 packages of baby wipes
 2 rolls of paper towels
 1 box of tissues
 1 box of 5 ounce Dixie cups (not 3 ounce)
 2 inexpensive plastic tablecloths (for painting projects)
 1 box of 24 Crayola crayons
 1 roll of clear contact paper
 1 4×6 family picture
Girls bring: 1 package small white coffee filters
1 package of corn starch
Boys bring: 1 package white construction paper (at Michaels or Target)
1 bag of round balloons
Please bring all supplies to “Come and Visit Day” on August 31. Items will be shared and do not need to have your child’s name printed on them. Teachers may ask for additional supplies throughout the year.
Please label all uniform sweaters and jackets with your child’s name.
Feel free to add a cute key chain to the tote bag to help your child identify it.
** Families may pass down a tote bag from an older sibling. Please add the current student’s name.

Four-Year-Old Preschool Supply List
Monday – Friday Full Day

 St. Timothy tote bag ($10) purchased at the “Come and Visit Day” on August 30th. Please do not purchase a backpack.
 One insulated lunch box (that will hold your child’s lunch and two snacks) labeled with your child’s name.
 One water bottle with a straw top labeled with your child’s name.
 Nap mat ($25) purchased at “Come and Visit Day” on August 30th.
 A very small stuffed animal and receiving blanket which will be left at school for rest time.
 A jumbo size reusable shopping bag labeled with your child’s name. (Used for transporting the nap mat home for washing on Fridays. (Ones from TJMaxx work well)
 Complete change of non-uniform clothes (including socks and underwear) in a large Ziploc bag labeled with child’s name.
 5 packages of baby wipes
 1 box of tissues
 2 rolls of paper towels
 4 large or 8 small glue sticks (Elmer’s preferred)
 1 bottle of Elmer’s liquid glue
 1 package of broad line washable markers (Crayola preferred)
 1 multi-color pack of Expo dry erase markers (smaller/thin size, Crayola stains more than Expo)
 2 boxes of 24 crayons
 1 water color paint pallet (Crayola or Prang preferred)
 2 inexpensive plastic tablecloths
 1 box Mr. Clean cleaning erasers
 1 bottle of hand soap
 1 4×6 family photo
Girls bring: 1 roll wax paper or aluminum foil
Boys bring: 1 plastic shoe box bin
Please bring all supplies to “Come and Visit Day” on August 30. Items will be shared and do not need to have the child’s name printed on them. Teachers may ask for seasonal supplies throughout the year.
Please label all uniform sweaters and jackets with your child’s name.
Feel free to add a cute key chain to the tote bag to help your child identify it.
** Families may pass down a tote bag from an older sibling. Please add the current student’s name.

Four-Year-Old Preschool Supply List
Monday-Wednesday-Friday Mornings
Monday-Wednesday-Friday Afternoons

 St. Timothy tote bag ($10) purchased at the “Come and Visit Day” on August 30th. Please do not purchase a backpack.
 Complete change of non-uniform clothes (including socks and underwear) in a large Ziploc bag labeled with child’s name.
 2 packages of baby wipes
 1 box of tissues
 1 roll of paper towels
 4 large or 8 small glue sticks (Elmer’s preferred)
 1 bottle of Elmer’s liquid glue
 1 multi-color pack of Expo dry erase markers (smaller/thin size)
 2 boxes of 24 crayons
 1 water color paint pallet (Crayola or Prang preferred)
 2 inexpensive plastic tablecloths
 1 box gallon size Ziploc bags
 1 package paper white lunch bags
 1 4×6 family photo
Girls bring: 1 box q-tips
Boys bring: 1 can shaving cream
Please bring all supplies to “Come and Visit Day” on August 30. Items will be shared and do not need to have your child’s name printed on them. Teachers may ask for additional supplies throughout the year.
Please label all uniform sweaters and jackets with your child’s name.
Feel free to add a cute key chain to the tote bag to help your child identify it.
** Families may pass down a tote bag from an older sibling. Please add the current student’s name.

(send the first week of school)

*1 Fiskars blunt scissors
*4  x 4 oz.  bottles of Elmer’s School Glue (do not purchase the clear or blue gel glue)
*1 plastic pocket folder with pockets on the bottom (not paper)
*1 set of 8 fat washable Crayola Classic markers (Classic colors, not Bold)
*1 old adult sized t-shirt for use as art smock
*1 book bag (no bags on wheels)
*1 small lightweight blanket (i.e. receiving blanket size)
*1 napping mat (MUST BE PURCHASED AT THE SCHOOL STORE)
Headphones (no earbuds, please)
2 boxes of tissues
1 bottle of hand sanitizer (i.e. Purell, 8 oz. or 12 oz.)
2 containers of baby wipes (for cleaning hands and desks)
1 box of Ziploc bags (boys-quart size; girls-snack size)

Items for 1st day      Items for 2nd day      Items for 3rd day
book bag      mat      tissues
scissors      blanket      hand sanitizer
Pocket folder      markers
glue
Items for 4th day     Items for 5th day
t-shirt      Ziploc bags
baby wipes      headphones

*Please put your child’s first and last name on each of the starred items.

Kindly pay particular attention to the brand names and other suggestions noted above (i.e. the brand and type of glue). We found that purchasing these named brands, sizes and specific types work best for this age group, provide lasting quality and create little frustration for the children.

Bring to the Back to School Coffee or send with your child during the first week of school the following supplies:

(Please label all items with child’s name and class)

6 glue sticks (.077 oz or larger)
12  #2 pencils, sharpened (No mechanical pencils)
1 pink eraser (No pencil toppers)
1 Fiskars scissors (blunt)
1 yellow highlighter
1 box washable markers (8 count ONLY)
2 boxes Crayola crayons (16 count ONLY)

The following supplies will be furnished to your student during the course of the school year.

1 large zippered pencil case
5 copybooks
8 folders
1 theme tablet
1 marble composition book (primary ruled)
1 large plastic envelope
Story Paper
1 subscription to Scholastic News
1pkg. construction paper (100 sheets-heavyweight)
2 manila file folders

In addition, the students are requested to bring the following supplies:

1 old shirt or smock for art
1 backpack or bookbag (no rolling bags)
2 boxes of tissue
2 boxes baby wipes
1 bottle (8-12 ox.) hand sanitizer (boys only)
1 extra box of baby wipes (girls only)
1 pkg (100 count) 3″x5″ blank index cards (boys only)
1 package of napkins (girls only)
1 tall (6.5 oz.) can of Pringle’s Potato Chips (empty)
1 set of headphones (no earbuds)

As part of a program to develop personal responsibility, boys and girls in the second grade are responsible for the care and maintenance of their pencil cases. Please help your child acquire the items listed below. It will be a daily responsibility of each child, as part of their homework, to check the pencil case to make sure the following items are available every day: glue stick, scissors, pink eraser, highlighter, box of 16 crayons, colored pencils, box of thick markers, box of thin markers and at least 4 sharpened pencils. It is the student’s responsibility to sharpen pencils and replenish supplies as needed.

(Please label all items with child’s name and class)

Bring with you on the first day of school the following supplies:

1 large zippered pencil case
4 glue sticks
4 dozen pencils, sharpened (No mechanical pencils)
4 pink erasers
2 Fiskars scissors (blunt)
4 highlighters
1 box thick washable markers
1 box thin washable markers
4 boxes Crayola crayons (16 count ONLY)
1 box colored pencils
inexpensive rosary
inexpensive headphones

The following supplies will be provided to your student during the school year. In addition, the school will pay the sacramental fee due to the parish in anticipation of your student’s reception of First Penance and Holy Eucharist.

8 plastic folders
3 tablets
10 composition books
1 marble composition book
1 folder with prongs
1 pkg of construction paper
1 subscription to Scholastic News
1 12 inch ruler

In addition, the students are requested to bring the following supplies:

2 boxes of baby wipes
1 bottle of hand sanitizer (such as Purell)
2 boxes of tissues
1 package of napkins (at least 200)
1 box quart size ziplock bags (girls only)
1 box gallon size ziplock bags (boys only)
1 smock or old shirt for art
1 book bag or back pack (no back packs on wheels)

As part of an ongoing program to develop personal responsibility, boys and girls in the third grade are responsible for the care and maintenance of their pencil cases. Please help your child acquire the items listed below. It will be a daily responsibility of each child, as part of their homework, to check the pencil case to make sure the following items are available every day: highlighter, box of 16 crayons, box of markers, 2 pens and at least 4 sharpened pencils.  It is the student’s responsibility to sharpen pencils and replenish supplies as needed.

Bring with you on the first day of school the following supplies:

* Please label everything

1 large zippered pencil case (No plastic boxes)
1 Fiskars scissors
1 pencil sharpener
3 glue sticks
1 glue bottle
24 #2 pencils, sharpened* (No mechanical pencils)
2 highlighters
1 box thin Crayola washable markers
1 boxes Crayola colored pencils (at least 12 count)
3 erasable pens (red, black and blue)
1 eraser
1 12″ ruler with inches and centimeters
1 notecard box
3 packages of 100 3″x 5″ lined index cards
1 plastic 2 pocket folder
3 Expo Markers
1 Whiteboard Eraser (or a small cloth)
In addition, the students are requested to bring in the following supplies:
2 large boxes of tissues (ALL)
2  boxes of baby wipes (ALL)
1 pack of printer paper (GIRLS ONLY)
1 package heavyweight construction paper (BOYS ONLY)
1 old shirt or smock for art
1 backpack or book bag
1 50 count sandwich ziploc bags (GIRLS ONLY)
1 50 count gallon ziploc bags (BOYS ONLY)
1 small earphone

Your student will be provided with the following supplies during the school year:

10 pocket folders
4 composition books (different colors)
3 journal tablet-black marble
1 pack wide-ruled loose-leaf paper

As part of an ongoing program to develop personal responsibility, boys and girls in the fourth grade are responsible for the care and maintenance of their pencil cases. Please help your child acquire the items listed below. It will be a daily responsibility of each child, as part of their homework, to check the pencil case to make sure the following items are available every day: glue stick, scissors, pink eraser, set of highlighters, box of 16 crayons, box of colored pencils and at least 4 sharpened pencils. It is the student’s responsibility to sharpen pencils and replenish supplies as needed.

(Please label all items with child’s name and class)

Bring with you on the first day of school the following supplies:
1 plastic folder (student’s choice)
1 large zippered pencil case (No plastic boxes)

In the pencil case, every day, should be the following items:

1 glue stick (large)
4 pencils, sharpened (No mechanical pencils)
1  pink eraser
1 Fiskars scissors
1 set of highlighters
1 box of colored pencils (12 count ONLY)
1 box Crayola crayons (16 count ONLY)

1 set headphones in plastic ziplock, clearly labeled with your child’s name

Your student will be provided with the following supplies during the school year:

2 red erasable pens
6 blue erasable pens
2 packages of loose-leaf paper
2 pocket folders (laminated)
4 composition books
4 hard cover black composition books
3 pocket folders
1 pkg. construction paper
1 subscription to Scholastic News
Posters for projects (Mary project and VA state project)

In addition, students are requested to bring in the following supplies:

1 smock or old shirt for art
1 book bag or back-pack (no back-packs on wheels)
2 boxes of tissues (large)
1 container of baby wipes
1 package dry erase markers
5 XL/Jumbo book socks

 

 

 FIFTH GRADE SUPPLY LIST (2017-2018)

Please bring with you on the first day of school:
1 accordion folder (with 8-10 separated pockets)
4 large glue sticks
1 box of markers
1 set of colored pencils (24 count)
1 package of pencils (no mechanical pencils)
1 laminated or plastic pocket folders
1 package of wide-ruled loose-leaf paper
1 spiral notebook
1 large, zippered pencil case
1 pair of scissors
Highlighters
Post It Notes
1 large piece of poster board
1 pack of dry erase markers (4 pack)
1 set of ear-buds
1 smock or old shirt for art
1 book bag or backpack (rolling ones will not fit in lockers)
1 package of baby wipes
GIRLS:  1 package of construction paper, 1 box Ziploc bags AND 1 box of tissues
BOYS:  1 package of lined index cards AND 2 boxes of tissues

Your student will be provided with the following supplies during the school year:
5 blue or black erasable pens
1 package of loose-leaf paper (wide-ruled)
3 pocket folders
1 black composition book
3 other composition books
1 protractor

PLEASE BRING IN NO LATER THAN THE 2ND DAY OF SCHOOL:

Language Arts:  One 2- pocket folder, one Marble Composition notebook; one Five-Subject Spiral Notebook with pockets – 5 Star Brand is recommended.

Literature:  One sturdy 2-pocket folder (without prongs); one Three-Subject Spiral Notebook with pockets – 5 Star Brand is recommended

Religion:  Index cards – 1 pack of 100 (lined or unlined)

Science:  Cornell Notebook (various options available on Amazon); one sturdy 2-pocket folder; Earbuds / headphones for Chromebook

Social Studies: one 2-pocket folder

Spanish:  1-Spiral notebook with pockets

Math:

  •  All Math (EXCEPT Algebra and Geometry): 100 page college-ruled composition book, 1” red binder, 4 divider tabs, 3 to 5 whiteboard markers, package of ¼” graph paper (8-½” x 11”), protractor and compass for home (see below)
  •  Geometry and Algebra: 1” red binder, 4 divider tabs, loose-leaf and graph paper, pencils with erasers, red pen, highlighter, 3-5 white board markers.  Geometry also needs protractor, good-quality compass, and basic calculator.

OTHER SUPPLIES – FOR ALL SUBJECTS – To be collected in homerooms on the first day of school:

2 boxes tissues
4 packs loose leaf paper (WIDE RULED)

  • 6 erasable blue/black pens
  • 2 red pens (can be erasable)
  • 6 pencils (can be mechanical)
  •  small pencil sharpener
  •  large eraser
  •  small stapler with staples
  •  8- to 12-count thin colored markers
  •  8- to 12-count colored pencils

           

1 zipper pencil case

OPTIONAL:  A sturdy 8- to 10-pocket accordion folder

AT HOME

Students MUST have a supply of pencils, pens, loose leaf paper, graph paper, scissors, rulers, and a stapler AT HOME.  Additionally, for homework purposes, it is assumed that the students will have access to a Bible, dictionary, thesaurus, and have a protractor and compass for Math/ Science homework.  Students will need a public library card for school projects.

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