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Middle School Supplies

Sixth Grade, Seventh Grade, and Eighth Grade

The following list is a summary of school supplies needed for middle school students.  Other supplies may be requested throughout the school year.  Students should have all supplies on the first day of school. 

Students must have these with them throughout the school day for various subjects:

  • Packages of Washable Markers (Classic Colors)
  • Set of Colored Pencils (No Larger than 24 Count)
  • Glue Sticks (Package of 3)
  • Package of Pencils (24 Count)
  • Package of Blue or Black Ink Pens (No Gel Pens)
  • Ruler with Standard/Metric Measurements

Students will bring these items to their HOMEROOM TEACHER:

  • 2 Packages of White Copy Bond Paper, 8½” x 11”, 20 Sub, 500 Sheets
  • 3 Paper Towel Rolls
  • 3 Large Boxes of Kleenex
  • 1 Bottle of Antibacterial Hand Sanitizer

Students will need to bring these items to their CONTENT TEACHER:


  • 1 Pocket Folder (Any Color)
  • 1 3-Subject Notebook
  • 1 Book Cover


  • 1 Package of 5 or More Mechanical Pencils
  • 1 5 Subject Spiral Notebook (Any Color)
  • 1 Package of Eraser Tops
  • 2 Package of Wide-Rule Notebook Paper
  • 2 Glue Sticks
  • 1 Bottle of Elmer’s Glue


  • 2 Black and White Marble Composition Books


  • 1 Composition Book (Any Color)

Social Studies

  • 1 Extra Large Cloth Book Cover
  • 1 Composition Book (Any Color)
  • 1 Pocket Folder (Any Color)

Language Arts

  • 1 Pocket Folders (Any Color)
  • 3 Composition Books
  • 3 Notebooks
  • 3 Folders (1 Red, 1 Blue, 1 Green)




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