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New Haven Public School District #138 JULY 2016 SUMMER NEWSLETTER INSIDE THE ISSUE: District News Sports Misc. Information Supplies School Calendar Faculty Immunization Requirements Letter from the Superintendent Dear Parents, Students, and Community Members, We hope you’re enjoying the summer months and are finding opportunities to spend time with family and friends. Although students are not currently in attendance, summer is a busy time in the New Haven School District. Our custodial and maintenance crews are preparing buildings for school, and our office staff members are completing the yearly financial statements. As always, the district office is open for business and ready to answer any questions you might have. Over the summer, the New Haven School District has seen significant change in leadership positions. After 12 years of service to the district, superintendent Kyle Kruse accepted a similar position with the St. Clair R-XIII District. The New Haven School Board immediately began a superintendent search process, and after interviewing several qualified candidates , chose to promote HS Principal Josh Hoener to the open position. The vacancy of high school principal was then filled with the employment of Mr. Chip Stutzman, a veteran building administrator from the Gasconade Co. R-I (Hermann) School District. School starts in just a few weeks, and back-to-school events will begin in the very near future. Open House for students and parents will be Monday, August 15, from 5-7 PM. The first day of school will be Wednesday, August 17. Any students that are new to district are asked to call or stop by the elementary, middle, or high school offices after August 1. The phone number for the elementary office is (573) 237-2141, the middle school office can be reached at (573) 237-2900, and the high school office phone number is (573) 237-2629. We’re looking forward to a great school year. I hope you are, as well. If you have a suggestion, comment, or question, please call the central office at (573) 237-3231, or check out our website at http://newhavenschools.org. We look forward to hearing from you.

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District News Wednesday August 17, 2016 School Starts Grades PK-6 8:00-2:50 Grades 7-12 8:10-2:45 PARENTS ACCESS RIGHTS All parents of pupils in the New Haven School District have the right to view any and all identifiable data on file pertaining to their child or children. You also have the right to request destruction or change of data in your child’s file. Anyone wishing to view their child’s records should contact the child’s principal. SCHOOL MEALS The New Haven School District uses a computerized breakfast/lunch program. Each student will have his/her own account and a laminated meal card. Each time a student purchases a breakfast, lunch or an a-la-carte item, the amount will be automatically deducted from the account balance. Parents can ask for a balance inquiry at any time during the school year. The cards will be distributed and collected everyday for students in grades K-8. High school students will be responsible for having their card at school every day in order to eat breakfast or lunch. The school will issue replacement cards for $5 to any student who loses or damages his/her card. Students may put money in their account at any time throughout the year. The following meal prices are for the upcoming school year: Grades PK-6 Breakfast = $1.70 Grades PK-6 Lunch = $2.25 Grades PK-6 Reduced Breakfast = $0.30 Grades PK-6 Reduced Lunch = $0.40 (Breakfast will be served from 7:30 a.m.—7:50 a.m.) Grades 7-12 Breakfast = $1.70 Grades 7-12 Lunch = $2.35 Grades 7-12 Reduced Breakfast = $0.30 Grades 7-12 Reduced Lunch = $0.40 (Breakfast will be served from 7:30 a.m.-8:10 a.m.) Adult Breakfast = $1.70 Adult Lunch = $2.85

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District News Contact Julie Conner, Homeless Coordinator, at (573) 237-2141 for possible assistance if you are living with another family due to your financial situation. FREE & REDUCED PRICE LUNCHES (Reduced price is $0.30 for breakfast, $0.40 for lunch) Free and reduced price lunches are available to children whose family income meets certain federal guidelines. These guidelines will be published in the New Haven Leader. We will also send a form home with all students on the first day of school, or you may call the Superintendent’s Office at (573) 237-3231 for more information. NO SCHOOL NOTICES (Bad Weather Days) Radio: KSLQ KLPW 104.5 FM 1220 AM TELEVISION: FOX 2 Channel 4 Channel 5 After 4:30 a.m. After 5:30 a.m. After 5:30 a.m. SCHOOL BUS SAFETY PLEASE REMIND YOUR CHILDREN THAT WHEN RIDING OR NEAR A SCHOOL BUS, REMEMBER THESE POINTS: 1. Never run after a bus (be on time). 2. Never pick up anything you drop or see close to, or under, the bus. 3. Never cross close to the front of the bus. 4. No “horse play” around a school bus. 5. Be careful crossing the street in front of the bus.

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Page 4 District News ENROLLMENT/REGISTRATION Elementary School - Enrollment for grades K-6 for students NEW to the school district will be held on Tuesday, August 9th . This includes students who did not attend New Haven Schools last year, and any kindergarten students who did not enroll last spring. Enrollment is located at the Elementary Office, 201 Elton Ave. from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. If you are unable to enroll your child on this day, please call the school at (573) 237-2141 to make other arrangements. Middle School — Enrollment for grades 7-8 for students NEW to the school district will be at the Middle School Office at 100 Park Drive on Tuesday, August 9th from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. If you are unable to enroll your child on this day, please call the school at (573) 237-2900 to make other arrangements. Parents should bring their child’s birth certificate, immunization record, proof of residency, Social Security card, and any other records they have from their previous school. High School—High School Registration will begin Monday August 1st. New Haven High School counselor Doug Peirick will be available to register students anytime between 8:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.—3:00 p.m. on the day assigned to their class. Students unable to register during regular office hours should call Mr. Peirick at (573) 237-2629 to make special arrangements. Seniors register Monday, August 1 Juniors register Tuesday, August 2 Sophomores register Wednesday, August 3 Freshmen register Thursday, August 4 Students NEW to the district register Monday, August 8 (Those that have not attended New Haven or R-2)

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District News Page 5 ENROLLMENT/REGISTRATION CONT Students NEW to the district must bring in immunization records & transcripts from their previous school. It would be best for new students to have their previous school send the records to: New Haven High School, ATTN: Doug Peirick, 100 Park Drive, New Haven, MO 63068. All high school students will be issued lunch cards during registration week. They are encouraged (but not required) to deposit money at this time to avoid the “first day rush”. STUDENTS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND CLASSES WITHOUT A COMPLETE IMMUNIZATION RECORD. High School students with current, signed Chrome book Agreements (most Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors) are asked to bring their $20 Technology Fee on the day of enrollment. If the student pays their fee on the enrollment day, their Chrome book will be issued to them that day. If payment is not received chrome books will be issued to students on the first day of school after their technology fee and signed agreement have been received. Chrome books cannot be issued to Freshmen when they enroll. Signatures from both student and parent are required for the chrome book agreement prior to the release of the chrome book. OPEN HOUSE Elementary School, Middle School, & High School Open House will be held Monday, August 15th from 5:00 p.m.—7:00 p.m. Elementary and Middle School students will be able to drop off their supplies and backpacks. ATHLETIC MEETING There will be a mandatory meeting for students and at least one parent of any high school student participating in any MSHSAA activity (athletics, music/band activities, and scholar bowl) on August 15th at 7:00 p.m. following the Open House. The meeting will be held at the high school gym.

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District News/Sports ELEMENTARY BUS INFORMATION Elementary Parents can drop off students using the front drive and Elton Avenue. Bus traffic is limited to the west entrance near the playground. VOLUNTEERS In order to ensure the safety of students, New Haven School District will require background checks to become a volunteer. New volunteers should stop by the school offices for information, previous volunteers will be mailed information the first week of August. PRACTICE SCHEDULES SPORTS PHYSICALS/PROOF OF INSURANCE MUST BE TURNED IN PRIOR TO PRACTICING FOR ANY SPORT. (Physical forms/MSHSAA Concussion Information must be signed by the athlete and a parent) Middle School Cross Country (7-8 grade) Practice Middle school cross country practice for 7th and 8th graders starts at 3:15 p.m. on Monday, August 15th. Athletes should meet in the cafeteria. Practice will end at 4:45 p.m. Middle School Girls Basketball (7-8 grade) Practice Practice is tentatively set to begin Thursday, August 25th. More details to come when school starts. High School Cross Country (9-12 grade) Practice Practice begins August 1st at 8:00 a.m. at the upper pavilion in the city park (pavilion closest to the school). Make sure you have running shoes and a completed physical including proof of insurance and MSHSAA concussion form. Any questions, please contact Coach Tucker at (573) 237-5130 or email at jtucker@newhavenschools.us High School Girls Softball (9-12 grade) Practice Practice will begin August 1st at 8:00 a.m. at Lion’s Field (Rain or Shine). If you have any questions, call Coach Tim Scheer at (573) 237-2970. High School Girls Volleyball (9-12) Practice Practice calendars will be distributed at morning weight room. If anyone has questions, they can call Coach Hoener at home. (573) 237-7540

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Misc. Information PE UNIFORMS All students in grades 7-12 will be required to wear uniforms, which consist of shorts and a shirt. The uniforms cost $15 a set or $5 for the shirt and $12 for the shorts. The uniforms can be purchased at the school offices. HIGH SCHOOL PE Students are asked to bring a swimsuit and towel to class the first day. We will be swimming if weather permits. ADMISSION FOR ATHLETIC EVENTS HIGH SCHOOL: ADULTS $3.00 STUDENTS (K-12) $2.00 MIDDLE SCHOOL: ADULTS $2.00 STUDENTS (K-12) $1.00 SENIOR CITIZENS (65 AND OVER) ARE FREE TO ALL SCHOOL EVENTS. (EXCLUDING MSHSAA SPONSORED DISTRICT TOURNAMENT EVENTS) REMINDER: Fans can purchase passes that will admit one person into 10 events. Cost of the pass is $20.00 for adults and $10.00 for students. These passes can be purchased at the gate. They cannot be used for any state sponsored “District Tournament” event. Any passes with “punches” still remaining from last year can still be used for this year’s events.

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Misc. Information 2016-2017 ACT TEST DATES ACT REGISTRATION: Any junior or senior interested in college, junior college, or trade/technical school should consider taking the ACT (The American College Test) as it is required by most schools as part of the admission process. Registration material for the ACT is available in Mr. Peirick’s office or online at act.org. ACT REGISTRATION DEADLINES FOR 2016-2017 Deadline Aug 5, 2016 for Sep 10, 2016 test Deadline Sep 16, 2016 for Oct. 22, 2016 test Deadline Nov 4, 2016 for Dec 10, 2016 test Deadline Jan 13, 2017 for Feb 11, 2017 test Deadline Mar 3, 2017 for Apr 8, 2017 test Deadline May 5, 2017 for Jun 10, 2017 test ALL JUNIORS WILL TAKE THE ACT AT NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL IN MARCH OR APRIL. THE STATE HAS NOT SET THE DATE YET. HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC BOOSTERS The first Athletic Boosters meeting for the 2016-2017 school year will be held on Wednesday, August 10th at 7:00 pm in the Home Economics room (Mrs. Millers’s). Normally meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month. In order to become a member, it is not required for you to have a child in school or in the athletics program to join. The boosters provide financial support to all athletic departments, including purchasing sports equipment, supplies, sponsors for various events including Shamrock card sales, 8th grade night, Senior night, athletic sports award night, 5th & 6th grade basketball tournaments and much more.

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Misc. Information AWARDS FOUR RIVERS ALL-CONFERENCE TRACK ATHLETES Lauren Gerlemann: Discus Champion (1st Team) Lauren Gerlemann: Long Jump Champion (1st Team) Kate Ruediger: Javelin Champion (1st Team) Lauren Gerlemann: 2nd Team Triple Jump Julia McIntyre: 2nd Team 3200m Mackenzie Bauer: 2nd Team 4 x 400m Relay Emma Engelbrecht: 2nd Team 4 x 400m Relay Kate Ruediger: 2nd Team 4 x 400m Relay Nicki Zeitzmann: 2nd Team 4 x 400m Relay Emma Engelbrecht: Honorable Mention Long Jump Emma Engelbrecht: Honorable Mention Triple Jump Julia McIntyre: Honorable Mention 1600m Brady Kruse: Honorable Mention 4 x 400m Relay Alex Majors: Honorable Mention 4 x 400m Relay Keven McDowell: Honorable Mention 4 x 400m Relay Jonathon Stone: Honorable Mention 4 x 400m Relay Girls Track Team: District Champions, 3rd Place in State-Class 1

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Misc. Information AWARDS ALL-STATE TRACK ATHLETES Lauren Gerlemann: Triple Jump (State Champion) Kate Ruediger: Javelin (State Champion) Mackenzie Bauer: 4 x 400 m Relay (State Champion) Emma Engelbrecht: 4 x 400 m Relay (State Champion) Lauren Gerlemann: 4 x 400m Relay (State Champion) Kate Ruediger: 4 x 400m Relay (State Champion) Emma Engelbrecht: Triple Jump (2nd) Lauren Gerlemann: Long Jump (2nd) Lauren Gerlemann: 400m (3rd) Mackenzie Bauer: 4 x 200m Relay (3rd) Emma Engelbrecht: 4 x 200m Relay (3rd) Makenzie Munsinger: 4 x 200m Relay (3rd) Nicki Zeitzmann: 4 x 200m Relay (3rd) Brady Kruse: 4 x 400m Relay (3rd) Alex Majors: 4 x 400m Relay (3rd) Keven McDowell: 4 x 400m Relay (3rd) Jonathon Stone: 4 x 400m Relay (3rd) Nathan Ford: 4 x 800m Relay (3rd) Martin Lewis: 4 x 800m Relay (3rd) Keven McDowell: 4 x 800m Relay (3rd) Jonathon Stone: 4 x 800m Relay (3rd) Ereka Bailey: Triple Jump (4th) Emma Engelbrecht: 200m (5th) Alex Majors: 200m (7th) Julia McIntyre: 3200m (7th)

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New Haven Public School District #138 100 Park Drive, New Haven, MO 63068 CARRIER ROUTE SORT NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION U.S. POSTAGE PAID PERMIT NO. 51 NEW HAVEN, MO 63068 Thank you to all who contributed items for this newsletter. If you have any questions regarding this newsletter, please contact Amy Schenck at (573) 237-3231. OFFICE NUMBERS Central Office: (573) 237-3231 Central Office Fax: (573) 237-5959 High School Office: (573) 237-2629 Middle School Office: (573) 237-2900 Middle School/High School Fax: (573) 237-5523 Elementary Office: (573) 237-2141 Elementary Fax: (573) 237-4471 Website: http://newhavenschools.org

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NEW HAVEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST 2016-2017 Notes: All students need tennis shoes for P.E. class. Please make sure your child’s name is on all items. KINDERGARTEN - Mrs. Jodi Engelbrecht Mrs. Nicole Overschmidt Backpack (Large) (4) boxes of 24 crayons (12) glue sticks (1) bottle of white liquid glue Scissors (24) No. 2 pencils – sharpened (yellow only) (2) boxes of markers-broad tip (1) set of Watercolor paints Boys-(1) box of Gallon size Ziploc bags Girls-(1) box of quart size Ziploc bags (1) boxes of Kleenex $5.00 for a class shirt (in an envelope labeled with name & teacher) Beach Towel or Blanket -for rest time (No Mats) A change of clothes in a bag (please label the bag with child’s name) FIRST GRADE - Mrs. Jana Albers & Mrs. Elizabeth Hellmann (2) Boxes of crayons-16 or 24 count (NO markers) Supply box-small only (2) Erasers (24) plain yellow #2 pencils Scissors (1) bottle of liquid school glue (10) glue sticks (2) boxes of tissues (1) 1” view 3-ring binders Book bag or backpack (2) spiral notebooks, wide ruled $5.00 for a class shirt (in an envelope labeled with name & teacher) SECOND GRADE - Mrs. Tammy Beers Mrs. Kerri Otten (1) Box of 24 count crayons (1) Box of 8 count crayons (1) Box of colored pencils (1) pkg of markers (broad tip) (2) large pink erasers Ruler with inch & centimeter measurements (non-folding or bending) Scissors (2) glue sticks (1) bottle of liquid glue Small pencil sharpener (2) highlighters Book bag or backpack-non-rolling (1) 1” view 3-ring binder (1) spiral bound notebook (wide-ruled) (1) zippered pencil pouch, large (2) boxes of tissues* (24) No. 2 pencils*-no mechanical (1) regular sized clip board Girls-(1) container of Clorox wipes* Boys-(1) bottle of Germ-X* (1) roll of paper towels $5.00 for a class shirt (in an envelope labeled with name & teacher) * No need to label these items THIRD GRADE - Mrs. Kristen Bennett (36) #2 Pencils Scissors (1) box of 24 count crayons (2) glue sticks (1) zippered pencil pouch (1) pkg. notebook paper - wide ruled - 100 sheets (4) red pens (3) boxes of tissue Book bag or backpack (1) roll of paper towels (3) highlighters (1) 4pk of fine tip dry erase markers (1) pack of wide tip dry erase markers 1 regular sized clip board (1) 1” view 3-ring binder 2 Large erasers Boys-(1) box of gallon size Ziploc bags Girls-(1) box of quart size Ziploc bags $5.00 for a class shirt (in an envelope labeled with name & teacher) (1) Dry Erase Board 8.5 x11 inches (1) container of Clorox wipes or Germ-X (optional) THIRD GRADE - Mrs. Beth Ebker (36) #2 Pencils Scissors (1) box of 24 count crayons (2) glue sticks (1) 10-pack of markers (1) zippered pencil pouch (4) red pens (1) 4-pk of Expo wide tip dry erase markers (1) 4-pk of fine tip dry erase markers (3) boxes of tissues Book bag or backpack (2) Rolls of paper towels (3) Highlighters Colored pencils (1) ½” clear cover view 3-ring binder (1) 1” clear cover view 3-ring binder 2 Large erasers (1) box of quart size Ziploc bags (1) Dry Erase Board 8.5 x11 inches (1) container of Clorox wipes (optional) $5.00 for a class shirt (in an envelope labeled with name & teacher) Grades 4th-6th continued on reverse side

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NEW HAVEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST 2016-2017 Notes: All students need tennis shoes for P.E. class. Please make sure your child’s name is on all items. FOURTH GRADE - Mrs. Mandy Parmentier 2) pkg. 100 sheet LOOSE-LEAF notebook paper (wide ruled) (24) no. 2 pencils (mechanical optional) Highlighters (1) pkg Markers (1) Art Box (1) Clipboard (1) box of 24 Crayons Erasers (2) boxes of tissues Scissors Protractor Ruler – NON FLEXIBLE (inches & metric) Colored pencils (1) zippered pencil pouch (1) fine tip low odor dry erase marker (4) 2 pocket folders (2) 1” view 3-ring binders (1) package of baby wipes (1) roll of paper towels Book bag or Backpack-Non Rolling $5.00 for a class shirt (in an envelope labeled with name & teacher) MUSIC - $5.00 for recorder musical instrument - (in a separate envelope marked MUSIC) Optional: Hand Sanitizer FOURTH GRADE - Mrs. Erica Ryals (2) pkg. 100 Sheet LOOSE-LEAF notebook paper (wide ruled) (24) No. 2 pencils (mechanical optional) Erasers (1) box of 24 crayons (1) box of colored pencils (1) box of 10 markers Highlighters Scissors Glue Ruler – NON FLEXIBLE (inches & metric) (1) zippered pencil pouch (1) 1½” ring binder (not padded and no trapper keeper) (1) spiral bound notebook-wide ruled (2) 1” view 3-ring binders (1) Pkg. of 4 Low Odor EXPO dry erase markers (1) old CLEAN sock (2) red grading pens (1) black Sharpie (1) clipboard, without storage (2) rolls of paper towels (2) boxes of tissues Art box (2) 2 pocket folders with holes punched-NO REPORT FOLDERS WITH INNER PRONGS (one purple, one color of your choice) Book bag or Backpack—NON Rolling Clorox Wipes (1) Bottle of generic Germ-X $5.00 for class shirt (in an envelope labeled with name and teacher) MUSIC - $5.00 for recorder musical instrument (in separate envelope marked MUSIC) OPTIONAL –(1) box of Ziploc sandwich bags FIFTH GRADE - Ms. Abby Warden (1) pkgs. notebook paper (wide ruled-perforated) (24) no. 2 pencils (4) erasers (1) box of 24 crayons or (1) box of colored pencils (1) pkg of Expo chisel tip dry erase markers (1) black Sharpie marker (1) 2 pocket folders (1) plastic shoe box (2) boxes of tissue (1) old sock or washcloth (3) highlighters (1) spiral bound notebooks-wide ruled (1) 1” view 3-ring binders (1) 1 ½ or 2 inch view 3-ring binder (1) 1 pkg of 5 count 3 holed poly dividers with pockets (1) container of baby wipes Book bag or Backpack-Non Rolling $5.00 for a class shirt (in an envelope labeled with name & teacher) Optional: (1) bottle of Germ-X, Ziploc sandwich bags FIFTH GRADE – Mrs. Tiffany Williams (1) 1 ½” clear view binder (with inside pockets) (3) pkgs. notebook paper (wide ruled-perforated) (1) 3 subject notebook (wide ruled) No. 2 pencils (2 at school each day) (4) red ink pens (4) erasers Ruler (inches/metric) non-bendable Scissors glue sticks (1) shoe box size storage container (1) 1” view 3-ring binders (1) medium stacks of 3”x3” sticky notes Colored pencils Markers (Optional) (3) highlighters (6) 2 pocket folders-No prongs (2) boxes of Kleenex (2) rolls of paper towels Book Bag or Backpack $5.00 for a class shirt (in an envelope labeled with name & teacher) SIXTH GRADE - Mrs. Kate Unnerstall Mrs. Melissa Frick (24) pencils pens (black or blue) (2) notebooks (wide ruled & single subject); 1 yellow, 1 green (1) 3 subject notebook (wide ruled) (4) folders for assignments: 1 red, 1 green, 2 other (2) boxes of tissue Colored pencils (1) box of 24 crayons (1) package of markers (1) bottle of liquid glue (2) glue sticks (1) mini stapler & staples (2) regular dispensers of scotch tape Erasers (2) highlighters (2) roll of paper towels (1) permanent black marker/Sharpie (2) pkg. notebook paper (wide ruled, loose-leaf) (1) 1” view 3-ring binders (with view pocket on front & back) (1) pkg hole reinforcements (1) small pencil pouch $5.00 for a class shirt (in an envelope labeled with name & teacher) No rolling backpacks OPTIONAL – Hand Sanitizer and/or Lysol or Clorox Disinfecting Wipes

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New Haven Middle School Supply List 2016-2017 SOCIAL STUDIES/GEOGRAPHY (7-8) - Mrs. Smith Loose-leaf notebook paper 3 Ring binder No. 2 pencils – NO PENS Colored pencils Erasers (1) Pocket folder with three holes (no brads) (1) Stretch book cover for spelling book (standard will fit) (7th grade only) (1) Jumbo stretch book cover (regular size will not fit) (8th grade) (2) Jumbo stretch book cover (regular size will not fit) (7th grade) ENGLISH/READING (7-8) -Mrs. Westermeyer 3 Ring binder (2 inch or bigger) Zipper binders are very helpful (2) pocket folders with three holes (no brads) Loose-leaf notebook paper Composition notebook-black & white marbled, wide ruled, 100 pages liquid glue scissors Pencil pouch to fit in 3 ring notebook (1) Jumbo stretch book cover (regular size does not fit) No. 2 pencils Erasers 2 Blue ink pens MATH (7-8) 3 Ring binder (2 inch or bigger) Loose-leaf notebook paper No. 2 pencils Calculator – capable of fractions Jumbo stretch book cover (regular size does not fit) SCIENCE (7-8) -Mr. Scheer 3 Ring binder Loose-leaf notebook paper No. 2 pencils Colored pencils (2)Jumbo stretch book covers (1) Stretch book cover for spelling book (standard will fit) (7th grade only) GENERAL MUSIC (7-8)Mrs. Taylor Loose-leaf notebook paper 1 pocket folder with three holes 3 ring binder (1 inch) No. 2 pencils Choir (7-8) Mrs. Taylor 3 ring binder (1 inch) Loose-leaf notebook paper No. 2 pencils ART (7-8) Mrs. Borcherding 1 glue stick Eraser All 7th and 8th graders- 2 boxes of tissues given to your homeroom teachers.

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