Sixth, Seventh and Eight Grade


LABEL EVERYTHING: Please write your child’s name on EVERYTHING.  Your child’s items look just like everyone else’s.  Things get lost, misplaced or accidentally picked up by someone else, especially clothing: Gym clothes, sweaters, jackets, etc.


Good News Bible with Deutrocanonicals and Apocrypha –this translation is required for class and sells for $17 at the school.  All students MUST HAVE their own personal Bible (or have ordered it) by 8-29-10.

USB Flash Drive/Jump Drive – At least 2 GB

Filler Paper (lots—we get really busy) – get the wider lines—the narrow lines make the work cramped and difficult to read.  Must not be torn from notebooks; NO RAGGED EDGES

6 one-subject spiral notebooks – Green for English, Purple for Language Arts; Blue for Math, Orange or Black for Religion, Red for Science and Yellow for Social Studies.  DO NOT bring extra spirals and expect to tear out and hand in work on paper with “ragged” edge

6 Two-Pocket Folders – Green for English, Purple for Language Arts; Blue for Math, Orange or Black for Religion, Red for Science and Yellow for Social Studies.

Pens – blue and black ink only for assignments (get lots—the multi-packets provide savings!) All assignments are to be written in pen—except puzzles, crosswords, diagrams, and math—otherwise expect to use pen!!!  If you make lots of mistakes—get erasable pens!!  Students MUST have 2 pens in their possession at ALL TIMES!!

Red Pens– at least 2

Pencils – multi-pack is useful—with eraser

Colored pencils – box of 8 is sufficient.

Highlighters – get a multi pack with different colors—at least 4

Markers – both wide and narrow points.  NO CRAYONS

Scissors – sturdy enough to cut folded construction paper

Pencil bag or box – something to keep your stuff from rolling around

Backpack – one that fits into cubby— Wheeled ones are not allowed according to the Parent/Student Handbook

3 large sized boxes of tissues (at least 200 count) – these will be shared and the school will no longer be able to provide them.  We may need more throughout the school year.