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Sheridan Hills Elementary School Supply List

All the district's schools have posted supply lists.

The back to school shopping season is here. , like other Richfield Public Schools, has released its school supply lists.

The following is all the items your student will need, by grade level:

Kindergarten

  • 1 large backpack with no wheels (needs to be able to fit large library book and have a side water bottle holder)
  • 1 water bottle with no spill top (no open mouth tops)
  • 1 towel to lay on during "Quiet Time" (label with child's name)
  • 2 packages (3 tubes per package) of Elmer's Dissapearing Purple Glue
  • 1 box Crayola washable markers (thin tip)
  • 1 box Crayola washable markers (thick tip)
  • 1 set of Crayola washable watercolor paints
  • 1 set of Broad Expo Dry Erase markers (unscented)
  • 1 set of Thin Expo Dry Erase markers (unsceneted)
  • 1 wide-ruled, 9x7 composition notebook
  • 1 ream of white printer/copier paper (8 1/2 x 11)
  • 2 plastic, pocket folders
  • 1 pair of Friskar scissors with blunt tip
  • 1 box of Kleenex
  • 3 boxes of wet wipes, 60-80 count (unscented)

Special Instructions:

1) Make sure you child's school shoes are safe for running, hopping and jumping. If your child can't tie shoe laces, please do not buy them tie shoes.

2) Do not label any of the items, except for the towel or water bottle, and bring all the items to your child's reading and writing appointment in August.

Grade 1

  • 6 boxes of Crayola crayons (24-count)
  • 12 small Elmer’s Washable School Glue Sticks (.21 oz)
  • 1 box Crayola Classic Colors washable markers (thick tip, 8-count)
  • 1 box Crayola Classic Colors washable markers (thin tip, 8-count)
  • 1 Fiskars 5” blunt tip Kids Scissors
  • 1 wide-ruled, spiral-bound notebook (70-page count)
  • 1 wide-ruled 9 ¾” x 7 ½” composition notebook
  • 1 package of printer/copy paper

Special instructions:

Do not label any of the supplies.

Grade 2

  • 12 Ticonderoga Tri-Write Pencils (Laddie-NO Eraser)
  • 6 large pink erasers
  • 1 pair Fiskars pointed-tip scissors
  • 6 small Elmer’s glue sticks
  • 4 Expo low odor whiteboard markers (blue or black if possible)
  • 6 boxes Crayola crayons (24-count)
  • 1 package of Crayola Twistable Colored Pencils (set of 12)
  • 1 set Crayola or Prang Watercolor Paints (8 colors)
  • 2 wide-ruled 9’’x7’’ composition notebooks                                   
  • 3 pocket folders with no prongs (red, blue, green)
  • 1 large container of disinfectant surface cleaning wipes (such as Clorox)
  • 2 large boxes Kleenex (non-lotion)
  • 1 package of printer/copy paper

Grade 3

  • 3 packages No. 2 pencils (Dixon, American or Eagle brand)
  • 1 pencil sharpener with cover
  • 1 large Pink Eraser
  • 1 box Crayola crayons (24-count)
  • 1 box Crayola colored pencils (12-count)
  • 1 box thin Crayola Classic Colors washable markers (8-count)
  • 1 box thick Crayola Classic Colors washable markers (8-count)
  • 4 black Dry Erase Markers
  • 1 old, clean, white sock
  • 1 pair Fiskars scissors (pointed tip, not rounded tip)
  • 6 solid colored pocket folders (2 red, 2 yellow, 2 green)
  • 8 solid colored wide-lined spiral notebooks (3 red, 3 yellow, 2 green)
  • 1 wide-lined, black and white composition notebook for science (9¾" X 7¾")
  • 2 large boxes of Kleenex
  • 1 Yellow Highlighter
  • 2 large glue sticks
  • 1 40 fl. oz. bottle of hand sanitizer
  • 1 large container of antibacterial wipes (35 wipes or more)
  • 3 sets of Flash cards (addition, subtraction, multiplication)
  • Tennis shoes to leave at school for Phy-Ed class
  • 1 package of printer/copy paper

Special instructions:

If your child’s first name begins with letters A- M, please include one additional box of Crayola colored pencils (12-count) and one additional box of Crayola crayons (24-count).

If your child’s first name begins with letters N-Z, please include one additional box of thin washable Crayola markers (12-count) and one additional box of thick washable markers (24-count).

Grade 4

  • 36 No. 2 “real wood” pencils
  • 1 eraser
  • 1 pencil sharpener with cover
  • 1 correcting pen or pencil
  • 2 yellow highlighters
  • 1 plastic zipper bag for supplies (no pencil boxes)
  • 1 box of Crayola crayons (24-count only)
  • 1 box Crayola markers
  • 1 box Crayola colored pencils
  • 3 Dry Erase markers for white boards
  • 1 Old, clean sock for erasing
  • 1 Fiskars scissors with pointed tip
  • 3 large glue sticks (no white glue)
  • 3 solid colored, pocket folders (1 red, 1 blue, 1 yellow)
  • 3 solid colored, wide-lined spiral notebooks (no characters/designs)
  • 2 wide-lined, composition books for science (9 ¾” x 7 ½”)
  • 1 package wide-lined loose leaf paper
  • 1 ream of plain white computer/copy paper
  • 2 large boxes Kleenex
  • 1 ruler with metric
  • Post-it notes (three 3” x 3” packs)
  • 1 pack of disinfectant wipes
  • 1 bottle of Purell hand sanitzer
  • 1 pair of tennis shoes
  • 1 backpack
  • 1 1", three-ring binder

Special instructions:

Your student will also need the following items at home: calculator, thesaurus, dictonary and Hennepin County Library card.

Grade 5

  • 24 No. 2 pencils - 2 dozen
  • 1 large pink eraser
  • 1 pencil case or bag
  • 1 box Crayola markers (thin tip)
  • 1 box Crayola “Twistables” colored pencils
  • 4 low odor dry erase markers for white board
  • 1 scissors with pointed end
  • 1 package of glue sticks
  • 2 composition notebooks
  • 4 solid colored, pocket folders
  • 3 wide-lined, spiral notebooks
  • 1 package of wide-lined loose leafed paper
  • 1 package of copy/printer paper
  • 3 large boxes of Kleenex/tissues
  • 1/2 “ 3-ring binder with cover that allows for sliding in a sheet of paper
  • Approximately 10 sheet protectors
  • 1 four-function calculator
  • 1 pocket dictionary
  • 1 backpack

Special instructions:

You child will also need pencils, a dictonary and a metric ruler at home.

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