Malley's Fundraising

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Highlights of Mackinac Island Weekend

 

 

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2017/2018 High School Supply List

HOMEROOM (ALL STUDENTS)
2 large boxes of tissue

2 large containers disinfecting wipes

Accounting
Calculator  (+,-, x,¸,%)

Ruler
3-ring binder

Language Arts/Reading (Grades 7/8)
Notebook with perforated paper

2, 3-ring binders (1 for reading and 1 for language arts)
Dividers for binders
Notebook paper
Index cards
Highlighter
Pens, Pencils, Erasers

Computer Applications (7/8)
½ or 1-inch 3-ring binder

Notebook paper

English Classes  (grades 9-12)
3-ring binder with dividers

Index cards
Blue/black pens
Notebook paper
1 spiral notebook
Flash Drive (must have)

 

Foreign Languages
French
spiral notebook
pocket folder

Spanish
3-ring binder with divider/lined notebook paper
100-page (9.75 x 7.5") composition book

 

Math Classes (Grades 7-12)
Protractor
Graph Paper
Ruler
Scientific Calculator (Mr. K recommends CASIO model fx-115 ES)
Spiral notebook for note taking

Physical Education
New or clean pair of gym shoes (NO felt soles) for inside gym classes
Old pair of gym shoes for outside gym classes
Gym shorts, T-shirt and sweatshirt

Science (Grades 7/8)
Scientific Calculator (TI-30 XA or similar
Ear buds or headphones

1" or 1.5" 3-ring binder with dividers
white notebook paper)college rule)
pencils & paper (blue or black)
colored pencils
highlighters
glue sticks x 10
scissors
tri-fold poster board (for Science Fair)
Pinewood Derby car kit (optional for Science Olympiad)
Hair ties (for long-haired students)

Science (Grades 9-12)
Scientific Calculator (TI-30 XA or similar)
Ear buds or headphones
colored pencils
highlighters
Pencils & pens (blue or black)
Binder with notebook paper or spiral notebook (3-5 subject)
Tri-fold poster board (Science Fair)
Pinewood derby car kit for Science Olympiad (optional)
hair ties (for long-haired students)

Social Studies
3-ring binder with paper
6-8 section dividers for notebook
hole reinforcements (optional)
pens/pencils (black and blue)
highlighters
loose-leaf white notebook paper
(No stretchy book covers--use paper bags)

Music (Grades 6-12)
1-inch, 3-ring binder with clear view
Two #2 pencils
Pencil holder for 3-ring binder
dress black pants
Dressy black pants
Dressy outfit for Holiday Concert

Instrumental Lessons
Money for lesson books--see teacher
Instrument for Lesson
Dressy outfit for performance

ALL STUDENTS GRADES 7-12
2 GB (minimum) flash drive

 

 

 

2017-2018 Elementary Supply List

Preschool--Mrs. Rence
Backpack to carry items to and from school
Complete change of clothes including socks and underwear placed in a bag labeled with child's name on it, to be kept at school.
Wear shoes that are easy to remove and put on independently
1 Large Box of tissues for class use.
l Large container disinfecting wipes

Kindergarten--Miss T.
2 boxes washable markets (1-pastels & 1-primary colors
1 Pack Expo markers
1 big box of crayons (64 or 96 count)
1 school box
4 large glue sticks & 1 bottle school glue
1 pair Fiskars scissors
2-inch 3-ring biner
100 clear sheet protectors for 3-ring binder
2 pump bottles of antibacterial hand soap
2 large containers of disinfecting wipe
2 Large boxes of tissues for class use
1 Yoga mat per child ($14.99 @ Wal-Mart/T.J. Maxx)
Healthy mid-morning snack each day for your child
2 plain white t-shirts for art projects
Regular size backpack to carry folders and projects to and from school
Gym shoes to be kept at school (new or clean, tie or Velcro with non-slippery treads) NO felt sole
Extra pair of clean socks, in a Zip-loc bag labeled with name (for recess if needed).

Grade 1--MISS WOLFF
1 1-inch 3-ring binder
small Fiskars  scissors
2 packs of #2 pencils (plain), SHARPENED"
Pencil top erasers
A BIG box of crayons (64 or 96 count)
1 box of colored pencils
1 highlighter
1 bottle of washable school glue
2 glue sticks
Box for supplies (a tin lunch box is best)
1 small water bottle with lid
1 pump bottle hand soap
1 container disinfecting wipes
Resealable bags--quart size
2 Large boxes of tissues for class use
Backpack
Shoes for sym class--to be kept at school (new or clean, tie or Velcro with non-slippery treads) (NO felt soles)
Oversized, old (long-sleeved) shirt to be used as an art smock
2 plain white t-shirts for art projects

 

Grade 2--Mrs. Dages
1 Big box of Crayola crayons (64 or 96)
3 Large glue sticks
1 Pair Fiskar scissors
1 pkg pencil top erasors OR pink pearl erasers
1 supply box

2 Highlighters (any color)
1 pkg multi-colored dry erase markers

2 large boxes Kleenex
Old, over-sized long-sleeved shirt for art smock)
Gym shoes (to be kept at school) -- new or clean, no felt soles
Small water bottle with lid that closes tight
2 plain white t-shirts (to be used for art projects)

 

Grades 3--Mrs. Bianchi
1 yellow highlighter
1 pair of scissors "for kids" (Fiskars are best)
2 packs of #2 pencils (plain).  Please do not buy the pencils with the plastic coating, it ruins our pencil sharpeners (no mechanical pencils)
Pencil top erasers
1 box of colored pencils
Box of crayons
1 bottle of washable school glue
3 glue sticks
1 supply box
1 large container of disinfecting wipes or wet wipes (to clean desk)
2 Large boxes of tissues for class use
small water bottle
Backpack
Shoes to wear for gym class (new or clean, with non-slippery treads) NO FELT SOLES
Oversized, old (long-sleeved) shirt to be used as an art smock
2 white t-shirts for art projects
1 HEALTHY mid-morning snack each day for your child

Grades 4/5/6

pencils with erasers (regular pencils without plastic coating--no mechanical pencils)
White lined notebook paper
several two-pocket folders
1 three-ring binder
Thick & thin washable markers
1 pack dry erase markekrs
highlighter
Crayons (small box)
Colored pencils
Scissors
1 Bottle of school glue
several glue sticks
2 large boxes of tissues for class use
1 large container of disinfecting wipes (to clean desks/tables/computers)
1 Oversized, button-down shirt for an art smock
water bottle to be kept at school
Grades 4/5 Gym:  shoes to wear for gym class (new or clean with non-slippery treads) NO felt soles
Grade 6 Gym:  gym shorts, t-shirt, sweatshirt, and gym shoes with non-slippery treads to be kept at school (NO felt soles).
Old pair of gym shoes for outside gym classes
Simple calculator (grade 6)
Grade 6:  2 GB (minimum) flash drive (put student's name on it)

 

Music--Grades K-6
1-inch 3-ring binder with clear view cover
Pencil holder for 3-ring binder
Two #2 pencils
Dress black pants
Dressy outfit for Holiday Concert

Instrumental Lessons
Money for lesson books--see Teacher
Instrument for lessons
Dressy outfit for performance

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Bullying Report

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Public School Works (Staff Safety and Regulatory Compliance)

 

Calendar

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Upcoming Events

Mon Feb 19 @ 3:20PM -
Environmental Club Meeting
Tue Feb 20 @ 3:20PM -
National Honor Society Meeting
Wed Feb 21 @12:00AM
Progress Reports
Wed Feb 21 @ 8:00AM -
Classroom Recycling
Wed Feb 21 @ 3:20PM -
Computer Club Meeting
Thu Feb 22 @ 3:20PM -
Student Council Meeting
Fri Feb 23 @12:00PM - 05:00PM
Winer Break Begins--Noon Dismissal
Mon Feb 26 @12:00AM
No School Today--Winter Break
Tue Feb 27 @12:00AM
No School Today--Winter Break
Wed Feb 28 @12:00AM
No School Today--Winter Break
Thu Mar 01 @12:00AM
No School Today--Winter Break
Fri Mar 02 @12:00AM
No School Today--Winter Break
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