2021-2022 Secondary School Supplies


IF YOU DO NOT SEE YOUR CLASS LISTED,
PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR TEACHER ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS

Schedules go live the evening of August 13th in FACTS/Renweb for all students

Social Studies: 2 pocket folder (to be left in classroom), colored pencils or twistable crayons, #2 pencils, pens, pencil sharpener for colored pencils, box of tissues, earbuds (used daily)

Math: 3-ring floppy binder (1-11/2”) - add one divider with pockets and add notebook paper. This floppy binder is for Math only. 1 pencil bag with pencils, 1 checking pen (keep in pencil bag), 1 dry erase marker (keep in pencil bag), 1 box colored pencils, crayons or twistables (keep in pencil bag), 1 hand held pencil sharpener for colors (keep in pencil bag).

English: 1 box of Kleenex, 1 plastic expandable / accordion “wallet” or folder (maybe similar to Office Depot’s Lion EPAND-N-FILE Poly Expanding Wallet - Letter - 8 1/2" x 11" Sheet Size - 3" Expansion - Canvas, Polypropylene - Transparent Blue - Item # 8247543) or Smead Poly Expanding File Wallet with Closure, 2-1/4" Expansion, Closure, Letter Size, Purple (71952).

Plastic is best since it will last longer and will be easier to disinfect.  It and your backpack will hold these supplies listed below:
1 composition book, 2 sticky note pads - whatever size you like for book annotation (small size usually works), 2 glue sticks or tape (to keep handouts in the composition book), pencil bag, a box of pencils, 2 pens of each color - blue, green, and red ink, 1-2 handheld sharpeners, a box of colored pencils,1 folder with pockets, 1 package of loose notebook paper, scissors 

Science: Binder, college ruled paper, 2 boxes of tissues, pen, pencils, scissors, markers, glue, ruler.

Bible: 1-1/2 inch-3 ring Binder with pockets (to be left in the classroom), 5 Divider tabs, Highlighter, pens/pencils, notebook paper, composition book or spiral notebook, Bible (one that will be left in the classroom and the student can write in, ESV, NRSV or NLT recommended).

Technology:  earbuds/headphones, external keyboard (optional, but helpful)

Orchestra: ½ - 1” binder, pencil, instrument, rosin, shoulder rest for violins/violas, strap for cellos/bass, EE element book 2/3

Debate: 1 spiral or composition notebook

Art: 5.5 x 8 Visual Journal Sketchbook, Prisma Color 24 Pack Price, Prisma Colorless Blender 2 pack

Robotics: folder with pockets, pencils

6th Grade Drama: 1 - 1.5 inch binder to be left in the classroom. 

 


Math 7:  3 ring floppy binder (1-1 ½”) - add divider with pockets and notebook paper. This floppy binder is for Math only. 1 pencil bag containing pencils, checking pen, dry erase marker, and 1 box of colored pencils.

Pre-Algebra: large 3 ring binder, loose leaf paper, graph paper, writing utensil - pencil suggested, red pen for marking homework and making corrections, a scientific or graphing calculator (second semester)

Life Science: 3 ring floppy binder (1-1 ½”) - add one divider with pockets and add notebook paper. This floppy binder is for Life Science only. 1 pencil bag with pencils, 1 checking pen (keep in pencil bag), 1 dry erase marker (keep in pencil bag), 1 box colored pencils, crayons or twistables (keep in pencil bag), 1 handheld pencil sharpener for colors (keep in pencil bag).

English: 1” 3 ring binder with clear plastic cover, 1 package divider tabs 5 count, writing utensils: pencils, pens, highlighters (all to be kept in backpack), earbuds, 100 page composition notebook.
**Advanced class - bring box of tissue; Academic class - bring a bag of peppermints

TX History: binder - 3-ring 1 1/2” binder, notebook paper, colored pencils, pen/pencil/eraser

Bible 7:  1 1/2 inch-3 ring Binder with pockets, 4 Divider tabs, Red Pens, Highlighter, Tissue, composition book or spiral notebook, Bible (one that will be left in the classroom and the student can write in, ESV, NRSV or NLT recommended).

MS Debate: journal or spiral notebook

Competitive Robotics:  ½ -1 inch 3 ring binder, pencils

Technology: earbuds/headphones, external keyboard (optional, but helpful)

Orchestra: ½ - 1” binder, pencil, instrument, rosin, shoulder rest for violins/violas, strap for cellos/bass, EE element book 3

Art  2: 5.5 x 8 Visual Journal Sketchbook, Prisma Color 24 Pack, Prisma Colorless Blender 2 pack

MS Drama: 1 or 1.5 inch binder to be left in the classroom; have iMovie downloaded on your iPad and have a charger with you.


Pre-Algebra 8: 3 ring floppy binder (1-1 ½”) - add divider with pockets and notebook paper and graphing paper. This floppy binder is for Math only. 1 pencil bag containing pencils, checking pen, dry erase marker, and 1 box of colored pencils.

Algebra 1: one 1 to 1 ½ - inch three ring binder, loose leaf notebook paper, TI-84 calculator (second semester only), pencils, red pen

English/Academic and Advanced: 1 box of Kleenex, 1 plastic expandable / accordion “wallet” or folder (maybe similar to Office Depot’s Lion EPAND-N-FILE Poly Expanding Wallet - Letter - 8 1/2" x 11" Sheet Size - 3" Expansion - Canvas, Polypropylene - Transparent Blue - Item # 8247543) or Smead Poly Expanding File Wallet with Closure, 2-1/4" Expansion, Closure, Letter Size, Purple (71952).

Plastic is best since it will last longer and will be easier to disinfect.  It and your backpack will hold these supplies listed below:
1 composition book, 2 sticky note pads - whatever size you like for book annotation (small size usually works), 2 glue sticks or tape (to keep handouts in the composition book), pencil bag, a box of pencils, 2 pens of each color - blue, green, and red ink, 1-2 handheld sharpeners, a box of colored pencils,1 folder with pockets, 1 package of loose notebook paper, scissors

Bible  1: ½” 3 ring binder (left in classroom), paper, pen, highlighters, composition book or spiral notebook, Bible (one that will be left in the classroom and the student can write in, ESV, NRSV or NLT recommended)

US History: 3-ring 1 1/2” binder, notebook paper, highlighter, colored pencils, pen/pencil/eraser

IPC: binder, hard cover composition notebook, college ruled paper, pencils, pen, calculator, ruler, markers, graph paper, 2 clorox wipe containers

MS Debate:  1 journal or spiral notebook

Comm Apps: 1 journal or spiral notebook

Technology: earbuds/headphones, external keyboard (optional, but helpful)

Spanish I: computer, earbuds with microphone, paper, red pen, other writing utensils, English to Spanish Dictionary

Competitive Robotics:  ½ - 1 inch 3 ring binder, pencils

Orchestra: ½ - 1” binder, pencil, instrument, rosin, shoulder rest for violins/violas, strap for cellos/bass, EE element book 3

Art 2: 5.5 x 8 Visual Journal Sketchbook, Prisma Color 24 Pack, Prisma Colorless Blender 2 pack Price

MS Drama: 1 or 1.5 inch binder to be left in the classroom; have iMovie downloaded on your iPad and have a charger with you.

Mandarin 1: writing utensil, spiral notebook or composition journal


World Geography: 1 inch three ring binder, 2 pkgs college ruled paper, pocket dividers, colored pencils, pencil sharpener, 3 glue sticks, headphones/earbuds, box of tissue

Bible: 1 package of paper, writing utensils, 1 red pen, 1 box of kleenex, Bible (one you can write in and leave in class, ESV, NRSV or NLT recommended)

Algebra 1: one 1 or 1 ½ inch binder, loose leaf notebook paper, TI-84 calculator, pencils, red pen

Geometry/Honors: scientific or graphing calculator (second semester), red pen for marking homework and making corrections, something to write with (I suggest a pencil), graph paper, loose leaf paper, large 3 ring binder.

English Academic: 1” 3 ring binder with clear plastic cover, 1 package divider tabs 5 count, writing utensils: pencils, pens, highlighters (all to be kept in backpack), ear buds, composition notebook. **Bring a container of Lysol wipes & a bag of peppermints

Honors English: a folder with pockets, a 100 page composition notebook, one package of post-it notes, notebook paper, highlighters-pink, yellow, blue, green, orange, & blue or black pens.

BIO: 2-one subject spiral notebooks with pockets devoted to biology (one for each semester),
mechanical pencils #2, set of markers/colored pencils for notes, pair of safety goggles, 2 rolls paper towels

Honors Bio:  2-one subject spiral notebooks with pockets devoted to biology (one for each semester), mechanical pencils #2, set of markers/colored pencils for notes, pair of safety goggles, 1 ream (100-500 pages) colored printer/copy paper

Orchestra: ½ - 1” binder, pencil, instrument, rosin, shoulder rest for violins/violas, strap for cellos/bass, EE element book (gold book)

Spanish 1: computer, earbuds with microphone, paper, red pen, other writing utensils, English to Spanish Dictionary

Spanish 2: computer, earbuds with microphone, paper, red pen, other writing utensils, English to Spanish Dictionary

Engineering Robotics: 3 prong folder with pockets and loose leaf paper, pen, pencil
 
Comm Apps: spiral notebook or composition journal
 
Mandarin 1: writing utensil, spiral notebook or composition journal
 
Mandarin 2: writing utensil, spiral notebook or composition journal
 
Digital Photography: SLR camera with memory card, jump drive and mouse.
 

Geometry/Honors: scientific or graphing calculator (second semester), red pen for marking homework and making corrections, something to write with (I suggest a pencil), graph paper, loose leaf paper, large 3 ring binder.

Honors English/English 2: a plastic folder with pockets and brads, a composition book, highlighters, one package of notebook paper, a box of Kleenex

Bible: a notebook to take written notes, pen/pencil, and a Bible (one you can write in and leave in class, ESV, NRSV or NLT recommended)

Algebra II/Algebra II Honors: one 1 or 1 ½ inch binder, loose leaf notebook paper, TI-84 calculator, pencils, red pen

Chemistry (academic/honors) and AP:  Folder to keep at home to hold non-current papers, at least three subject spiral to hold current chemistry papers and notes, scientific graphing calculator, pens, pencils and colored pencils, scissors, ruler, graphing paper, Expo marker, loose leaf paper

AP World History: three-subject spiral notebook and a plastic folder with pockets and brads OR a 1 1-inch three ring notebook, notebook paper, dividers, a plastic folder with pockets and brads.

  • World History AP study guide from THIS YEAR (ex. Barron's, Princeton Review, 5 Steps to a 5)
    5 highlighters - yellow, orange, pink, blue, and green
  • World History map pencils, blue or black pens, pencils
  • a three-subject spiral notebook, a plastic folder with pockets and brads, one package of post-it notes, OR  a 1 1-inch three ring notebook, notebook paper, dividers, a plastic folder with pockets and brads 

Spanish 2: computer, earbuds with microphone, paper, red pen, other writing utensil, English to Spanish Dictionary

Spanish 3 Honors: computer, earbuds with microphone, paper, red pen, other writing utensil, access to markers or colored pencils to use when needed, English to Spanish Dictionary

Orchestra: ½ - 1” binder, pencil, instrument, rosin, shoulder rest for violins/violas, strap for cellos/bass, EE element book (gold book)

Engineering Robotics: 3 prong folder with pockets and loose leaf paper, pen, pencil

Comm Apps: spiral notebook or composition journal
 
Digital Photography: SLR camera with memory card, jump drive and mouse.

Algebra II/Algebra II Honors: one 1 or 1 ½ inch binder, loose leaf notebook paper, TI-84 calculator, pencils, red pen

US History: folder with pockets and 1 subject spiral notebook OR binder with notebook paper, pen/pencil/eraser, colored pencils, earbuds

AP US History: binder with 5 dividers and notebook paper, spiral notebook

Chemistry (academic/honors) and AP: Folder to keep at home to hold non-current papers, at least three subject spiral notebook to hold current chemistry papers and notes, scientific graphing calculator, pens, pencils and colored pencils, scissors, ruler, graphing paper, Expo marker, loose leaf paper

Physics (Academic/Honors): 3 prong folder with pockets, loose leaf notebook paper, bound composition lab notebook, scientific calculator, pencil, pen

English III (Academic/Honors):  a folder with pockets, a 100 page composition notebook , one package of post-it notes, notebook paper, highlighters-pink, yellow, blue, green, orange, & blue or black pens.

AP English Language and Composition: a folder with pockets, a 100 page composition notebook, one package of post-it notes, notebook paper, highlighters-pink, yellow, blue, green, orange, & blue or black pens.

Bible: 1 ½ inch 3 ring binder, composition book/spiral notebook to take written notes, pens/pencils, highlighters, and a Bible (one you can write in and leave in class, ESV, NRSV or NLT recommended)

Pre Cal: a graphing calculator, large 3 ring binder, something to write with (I suggest a pencil), red pen for making corrections, loose leaf paper, graph paper.

Pre Cal Honors TI-84 graphing calculator, loose leaf notebook, notebook dividers, loose leaf filler paper, pen, pencil, printer paper for printing out documents at home if desired.

Forensics: binder, 2 hard cover composition notebooks, college ruled paper, blue and black pens, pencils, ruler, one box latex free gloves (med/large size)

Spanish 2: computer, earbuds with microphone, paper, red pen, other writing utensil, English to Spanish Dictionary

Spanish 3 Honors: computer, earbuds with microphone, paper, red pen, other writing utensil, access to markers or colored pencils to use when needed, English to Spanish Dictionary

Spanish 4/AP: computer, earbuds with microphone, paper, pen, pencils, English to Spanish Dictionary

Orchestra: ½ - 1” binder, pencil, instrument, rosin, shoulder rest for violins/violas, strap for cellos/bass, EE element book(gold book)

AP Bio:  Laboratory Composition Book – graph ruled (quadrille ruled), 5 squares/inch, center sewn (100 pgs)

  • Binder or college ruled Spiral Notebook with pockets devoted to AP Biology
  • Mechanical Pencils (#2) for multiple choice test questions
  • Pens (blue/black ink) for lab reports and essay exam questions
  • Calculator (can be graphing or simple four function)
  • Pair of safety goggles
  • 1 Box of Latex or Nitrile Gloves (found in the first aid section of CVS, Walmart, Walgreens, etc...) 

Engineering Robotics:  3 prong folder with pockets and loose leaf paper, pen, pencil

Comm Apps: spiral notebook or composition journal 

Digital Photography: SLR camera with memory card, jump drive and mouse.


Chemistry (academic/honors) and AP: Folder to keep at home to hold non-current papers, at least three subject spiral notebook to hold current chemistry papers and notes, scientific graphing calculator, pens, pencils and colored pencils, ruler, scissors, graphing paper, loose leaf paper, Expo marker

Bible: a notebook to take written notes and a pen/pencil

Calculus BC and Honors Calculus: a graphing calculator, large 3 ring binder, something to write with (I suggest a pencil), red pen for making corrections, loose leaf paper, graph paper.

English IV (academic, honors and AP):  a plastic folder with pockets and brads, highlighters, a composition notebook, and one package of college ruled notebook paper (AP only and will be left in the classroom)

College Algebra: non-graphing calculator, loose leaf notebook, notebook dividers, loose leaf filler paper, pen, pencil, printer paper for printing out documents at home if desired.

Forensics: 2 hard cover composition notebooks, college ruled paper, blue and black pens, pencils, ruler, one box latex free gloves (med/large size)

Pre Cal:  TI-84 graphing calculator, loose leaf notebook, notebook dividers, loose leaf filler paper, pen, pencil.

Pre Cal Honors: TI-84 graphing calculator, loose leaf notebook, notebook dividers, loose leaf filler paper, pen, pencil, printer paper for printing out documents at home if desired.

Introduction to Dual Credit College Algebra: TI-84 graphing calculator for dual Credit for Spring Semester, non-graphing scientific calculator for Fall Semester, loose leaf notebook, notebook dividers, notebook filler paper, pen, pencil, printer paper for printing out documents at home if desired.

AP Calculus (AB): TI-84 graphing calculator, loose leaf notebook, notebook dividers, loose leaf filler paper, pen, pencil, printer paper for printing out documents at home if desired.

Physics (Academic/Honors): 3 prong folder with pockets, loose leaf notebook paper, bound composition lab notebook, scientific calculator, pencil, pen

AP Physics: 3 prong folder with pockets, loose leaf notebook paper, bound composition lab notebook, programmable TI calculator, pencils, pens

Government/AP: a three-subject spiral notebook and a plastic folder with pockets and brads OR a 1-inch three ring notebook, notebook paper, dividers, a plastic folder with pockets and brads.

AP Statistics: TI-84 graphing calculator, loose leaf notebook, notebook dividers, loose leaf filler paper, pen, pencil, printer paper for printing out documents at home if desired.

Anatomy: 2 one subject notebook with pockets devoted to biology (one for each semester), mechanical pencils #2, set of markers/colored pencils for notes, 1 box of vinyl/nitrile gloves (found in first aid section of Walmart, CVS etc)

Orchestra:  ½ - 1” binder, pencil, instrument, rosin, shoulder rest for violins/violas, strap for cellos/bass, EE element book (gold book)

Engineering Robotics:  3 prong folder with pockets and loose leaf paper, pen, pencil

Spanish 3 Honors: computer, earbuds with microphone, paper, red pen, other writing utensil, access to markers or colored pencils to use when needed, English to Spanish Dictionary

Spanish 4/AP: computer, earbuds with microphone, paper, pen, pencils, English to Spanish Dictionary

Comm Apps: spiral notebook or composition journal 

Psychology:  college ruled loose leaf notebook paper with a folder or binder

  • college ruled spiral notebook minimum of 200 pages
  • blue or black ink pens
  • red or green ink pens
 
Digital Photography: SLR camera with memory card, jump drive and mouse.