School Supplies: We would like all children to bring their own pencil boxes (hard plastic boxes to make cleaning easy). Make sure to label your child’s pencil box. Please include the following: Regular Lead Pencils (standard size) Eraser Colored Pencils (standard size) Crayons (First Year Students only) Markers (standard size) Glue Stick
PLEASE NOTE: First Year students who are 3 years old will only need to bring Markers and Crayons. Classroom Supplies
Please bring 3 bottles of hand soap and Clorox Wipes (we are thankful for however many you can bring!)
Lunch and Snack
Snack will be provided for Phase-In Week only (the week of August 15, 2022). We will continue to ask that your child bring their own appropriate snack to school daily. A pack of crackers, a cheese stick, some cut up fruit, etc works well. Make sure that amounts are suitable for a ‘snack.’ If your child stays for lunch, please make sure that their snack is packaged separately and labeled as ‘Snack.’ (You can put the snack inside the lunch box, but this helps your child find his or her snack easily).
Lunch – Children who stay for lunch need to bring their own lunch box. Please make sure that your child has a well balanced lunch; this is especially important for the children who are staying on in the afternoon. We discourage sweets, chocolates, cookies, etc. You do NOT need to bring a drink – water is provided at lunch, and children have access to water during the school day.
Make sure that your child has a cloth napkin and napkin ring to use.
IMPORTANT – please remember that we are a ‘nut free’ environment. No nut products for snack or lunch!
Extra Clothes Shoe Box Please remember to bring extra clothing for your child (seasonally appropriate shirt/pants, socks, underwear and an extra pair of shoes). All clothing must be labelled, and please label your child’s box. If your child is prone to bathroom accidents, an extra pair of shoes is helpful. Please use the smaller plastic boxes (a regular shoe box size). We do not have enough room to store oversized plastic containers!