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Welcome! Please bring the following items to school on your first day (even if it’s just a visiting day). Please contact your child’s teacher if you have any questions about supplies.

All Students

  • Immunization record
  • Updated family information and forms by logging into our Family Access portal
  • Hat and long sleeve shirt for sun protection while outdoors.
  • Sunscreen – the school provides 30+ SPF sunscreen. If you prefer a specific brand, please send it in and clearly label it with your child’s full name.
  • Please label clothing, outerwear, footwear, and backpacks with your child’s name.

Nido

  • Diapers as needed. We can store larger quantities and let you know when the diapers run low. Diaper cream as needed. The school provides an organic and unscented brand of wet wipes. Please send your own wipes (labeled packages) if you do not want us to use these on your child.
  • Two complete changes of clothing, a jacket/sweater/sweatshirt as needed, a sunhat and foot covering/shoes for outdoors.
  • State regulations are very specific about bottles/milk being sent to school. All bottles must be prepared at home in a ready-to-feed manner and labeled with your child’s full name. Breast milk can be stored in our classroom freezer. Breast milk bottles prepared at home must come ready-to-feed and be labeled with your child’s full name and also bearing the date of collection. 
  • Health Appraisal form completed by a physician within the first month of school for new students and updated annually.

Young Children's Community

  • Diapers as needed. The school provides an organic and unscented brand of wet wipes. Please send your own wipes (labeled packages) if you do not want us to use these on your child.
  • One pair of shoes with good tread, a waterproof bottom, and easy for the child to put on and take off. No “light-up shoes” please.
  • Three complete change of clothes including socks and underclothing. Place each set of clothing in a one-gallon size labeled zip-loc bag. (Wet clothes will be sent home in plastics bags to be washed.)
  • Appropriate outdoor clothing.
  • Health Appraisal form completed within the first month of school for new students and updated annually by a physician.

Primary Students

  • One complete change of clothes including socks and underclothing placed in a one gallon size labeled zip-loc bag. (Wet clothes will be sent home in plastics bags to be washed.)
  • One pair of gym shoes* to be left at school. (The gym shoes can also be used as classroom indoor shoes.) Students are not allowed to participate in gym activities without appropriate footwear. 
  • Health Appraisal form completed within the first month of school for new students and updated by a physician every 2 years for children who are not yet in Kindergarten. 

Elementary Students

Lower Elementary, Nadine's Class:
  • 1 spiral bound sketch pad with blank pages for drawing
  • 1 glue stick
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 1 small zippered pencil case
  • 1 box of 12 colored pencils (no larger sizes please)
  • 4 pink rectangular erasers
  • 2 dozen plain number 2 pencils
  • Athletic shoes*
Lower Elementary, Sandra's Class
  • 2 dozen plain #2 pencils (preferably Ticonderoga)
  • 1 spiral bound sketch pad (blank)
  • 3 rectangular pink erasers
  • 1 level appropriate silent reading book
  • Athletic shoes*
Upper Elementary, Jamie's Class
  • 1 Composition Book for Work Log (100 sheets, wide ruled, 9 3/7 x 7 1/2), any color, no spiral binding (they fall apart)
  • 1 Graph Composition Book for Math Dictionary (100 sheets, 9 3/7 x 7 1/2), any color, no spiral binding (returning ---5th and 6th years left this item at school)
  • 1 poly/plastic 2 pocket folder with metal fasteners for Español, any color
  • 36 yellow, wood, #2 pencils (pre-sharpened please)
  • 50 sheets, reinforced, wide-ruled, filler paper
  • 50 sheets, reinforced, quad-ruled (graph paper)
  • 100 index cards (3” x 5”)
  • 1 small index card holder (3” x 5” x 1”)
  • 2 glue sticks
  • 4 erasers (preferably white “magic” erasers)
  • 1 spiral bound sketch pad with blank pages for drawing
  • 1 silent reading book
  • TADL Library Card in student’s name
  • Athletic shoes*
  • 6th year students also need: 
    • 1 tool to organize MMUN materials, such as notes, printed resources, rough drafts, rubrics, etc. (e.g., binder with tabs/pockets, folder with pockets, accordion folder w/strap)
    • Small calendar/planner for recording important dates/deadlines
    • Highlighters
    • 1 USB drive if student is planning to work on home computer
Upper Elementary, Karin's Class
  • 2 Composition Books for Work Log and Writing Handbook (100 sheets, wide ruled, 9 3/7 x 7 1/2), any colors (Note: returning 5th and 6th year students left their writing handbook at school)
  • 1 Graph Composition Book for Math Dictionary (100 sheets, 9 3/7 x 7 1/2), any color (Note: returning 5th and 6th year students left this item at school)
  • 1 poly/plastic, 2-pocket folder with metal fasteners for español
  • 24 yellow, wood, #2 pencils
  • 100 sheets, reinforced, wide-ruled, filler paper
  • 50 sheets, reinforced, quad-ruled, 4 squares/inch (graph paper)
  • 100 index cards (4” x 6”)
  • 4 erasers (preferably white “magic” erasers)
  • 1 spiral bound sketch pad with blank pages for drawing
  • 1 silent reading book
  • TADL library card in student's name
  • 1 change of clothes in case of rainy day recess/p.e.
  • Athletic shoes*     
  • 6th year students also need: 
    • 1 tool to organize MMUN materials, such as notes, printed resources, rough drafts, rubrics, etc. (e.g., binder with tabs/pockets, folder with pockets, accordion folder w/strap)
    • Small calendar/planner for recording important dates/deadlines
    • Highlighters
    • 1 USB drive if student is planning to work on home computer

Junior High

Materials to be used by whole Jr. High Community:
  • 1 package lined paper: college ruled, 8.5”x 11”
  • 1 package graph paper: Quad ruled, 4 squares per inch (8.5” x 11” or 8” x 10.5”), hole punched for 3-ring binder
  • 1 durable ruler graded in inches and centimeters
  • 100 (1 package) 3x5 lined index cards
  • Mechanical pencils and extra graphite labeled with student’s name (optional) 
Materials to be used by student (please LABEL WITH STUDENT’S NAME)
  • Day Planner: Must meet the following criteria: Sufficient size to write legibly, Ample room to write assignments for each day of the week. Must have Month-at-a-glance with room to write daily assignments.
  • 1 package wooden pencils (Dixon Ticonderoga preferred)
  • 1 pencil case (for personal storage of pencils, highlighters, etc.
  • 3-4 highlighters
  • 1 flat eraser
  • 5 one-inch 3-ring binders
  • 5 sets of 5-tabbed binder dividers (optional)
  • 1 two-inch 3-ring binder with 5 tabbed dividers for portfolio work
  • 2 college ruled Composition Book (usually $1.00 or less)
  • Glue sticks
  • Non-networked MP3 player to be used solely for listening to music during individual work time. Smart phones, even on airplane mode, will not be allowed in the classroom. (optional) 
  • Footwear and clothing (please LABEL WITH STUDENT’S NAME)
  • Outdoor work gloves (think all season, multipurpose)
  • Outdoor, waterproof work boots (rubber boots, hiking boots, or similar)
  • Complete change of clothes (to be kept at school)
  • Outdoor shoes (cross trainers or similar that may be used for outdoor recreation/gym)
  • Indoor shoes* (tennis shoes or similar, closed-toe shoes that may be used for indoor gym and in the classroom. These are not used outdoors)
  • Reusable water bottle with your name on it
  • Rain gear (Rain jacket a must. Rain pants recommended.)
  • Winter hat, gloves, coat, snow pants, boots

*Athletic Shoes for Physical Education

Primary, Elementary, and Junior High students must have one pair of athletic shoes to be left at school. Improper shoes can cause shin splints and injury to the students or others if it comes off while kicking or running. The shoe must be secured by laces, Velcro straps, or elastic so that the shoe does not fall off during active play. Mary Jane style shoes or slip-on loafer style shoes do not provide support, traction or protection to feet and ankles.