(540) 437-0880
P.O. Box 737, Harrisonburg, VA 22803

Located at 1688 Indian Trail Rd in Keezletown, VA

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2018-19 Supply Lists

2018-19 Supply Lists

This supply list is not complete. There may be a few items that will be added when school starts.
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Pre-K

Please label items with child's initials if possible

  • 1 backpack (no rolling please)
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 1 large box of tissues
  • Assorted color construction paper
  • 1 - 8 classic color watercolor set
  • 2 boxes Crayola washable markers assorted colors (10 pk)
  • 2 packages of 2 washable school glue sticks (4 total)
  • 1 - 4 pack play dough
  • 1 container of hand soap
  • 1 container of baby wipes
  • 1 container of Clorox or Lysol wipes
  • 1 picture of your child
  • 1 large package of paper plates

If parents would like to donate items, I would be happy to receive the following items:

  • Potted plants
  • Buttons

Kindergarten

Please label items with child's initials if possible

  • 1 backpack (no rolling please)
  • 48 #2 sharpened pencils (no jumbo please) Ticonderoga work best
  • 1 Primary composition book (these can be purchased at Staples)
  • 1 bottle of Elmer’s glue
  • 1 rounded pair of Fiskars scissors
  • Assorted color construction paper
  • 1 box Crayola washable markers assorted colors 10 pack
  • 1 box Crayola coloring pencils 24 pack
  • 1 box Crayola 64 crayons
  • 1 package of 5x8 index cards (rainbow colors)
  • 6 washable school glue sticks
  • 2 folders with 2 inside pockets
  • 1 box of gallon ziploc bags
  • 1 box of quart ziploc bags
  • 1 - 4 pack play dough
  • 2 large boxes of tissues
  • 1 smart soap refill 8.75 oz. for No Touch Dispenser (Bath and Body)
  • 1 container of baby wipes
  • 1 container of Clorox or Lysol Wipes (Kirkland brand is fine)
  • 1 Fujifilm Instax instant film
  • 1 picture of your child doing something fun
  • 1 box of plain bandages (without pictures please)
  • Scotch Thermal Laminating Pouches 8.9 x 11.4 or 9 x 11.5

Extras we could use:

  • Paper plates
  • Paper towels

Kindergarten Art (full day Kindergarten only)

  • 4 sharpened Ticonderoga #2 pencils
  • 1 sturdy folder with bottom pockets, labeled “Art to Go” (sturdy plastic folders are a great choice and can last from year to year)
  • 1 small sketchbook - 5.5 x 8.5 with:  30-100 sheets, 60-70 lb paper, spiral bound please, perforated preferred, ideally labeled for “mixed media” (Okay to use sketchbook from previous year)

***Please label sketchbook and folder with first and last name.***

1st Grade

Please label notebooks and folders with your child's name.

  • 1 box of 24 crayons
  • 1 box of 8+ colored pencils
  • 1 box of washable markers
  • 1 pencil box, labeled with your child’s name
  • 48  #2 pencils (Ticonderoga work the best)
  • 2 pocket folders
  • 2 Mead Primary Journals (These are usually located in a different area than the regular composition notebooks.)
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 6 washable glue sticks
  • 2 boxes of tissues
  • 4 rolls of paper towels
  • 1 hand soap
  • 1 hand sanitizer

1st Grade Wishlist

  • (2) Laminating pouches - 100 pack of 8.5 x 11
  • Dry erase markers
  • Disposable forks, spoons

1st Grade Music

  • 3-ring binder labeled with first and last name
  • 16-24 count crayons
  • 12  #2 pencils

1st Grade Art

  • 4 sharpened Ticonderoga #2 pencils
  • 1 sturdy folder with bottom pockets, labeled “Art to Go” (sturdy plastic folders are a great choice and can last from year to year)
  • 1 small sketchbook - 5.5 x 8.5 with:  30-100 sheets, 60-70 lb paper, spiral bound please, perforated preferred, ideally labeled for “mixed media” (Okay to use sketchbook from previous year)

***Please label sketchbook and folder with first and last name.***

2nd Grade

Please mark pencil box, notebooks, scissors, and folders with your child’s name.  It’s also a good idea to label your child’s sweaters, backpack, lunch box, and water bottle as these are sometimes found outside the classroom.

  • 1 plastic pencil box
  • 1 large pink eraser
  • 1 box of 24 crayons
  • 1 pocket folders
  • 1 folder with brads/fasteners inside
  • 3 composition notebooks (sewn in the middle, different covers)
  • 1 ruler with standard and metric units
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 24  #2 pencils (Ticonderoga last the longest)
  • 4 washable school glue sticks
  • 1 package of wide ruled loose-leaf paper
  • 2 rolls of scotch tape
  • 1 roll of duct tape
  • 1 roll of masking tape
  • 2 large boxes of Kleenex
  • 4 pack of dry-erase markers
  • 2 containers of disinfecting wet wipes
  • 2 rolls of paper towels, preferably the kind that tear into small-sized towels

2nd Grade Music

  • 3 ring binder labeled with first and last name
  • 16-24 count crayons
  • 12  #2 pencils

2nd Grade Art

  • 4 sharpened Ticonderoga #2 pencils
  • 1 sturdy folder with bottom pockets, labeled “Art to Go” (sturdy plastic folders are a great choice and can last from year to year)
  • 1 small sketchbook - 5.5 x 8.5 with:  30-100 sheets, 60-70 lb paper, spiral bound please, perforated preferred, ideally labeled for “mixed media” (Okay to use sketchbook from previous year)

***Please label sketchbook and folder with first and last name.***

3rd Grade

  • 5 composition books
  • 3 plastic 3-prong folders
  • 1 plastic folder with pockets
  • 1 ESV Student Study Bible (Students will be using the pictures, notes, and outlines in this particular Bible throughout their years at RCS, ISBN-10:  1433523043 or ISBN-13: 978-1433523045)
  • 1 ruler with standard and metric measurements
  • 1 yellow highlighter
  • 36 sharpened #2 pencils
  • 1 pack wide ruled notebook paper
  • 1 box of 8 colored pencils
  • 1 box of 16 crayons
  • 2 glue sticks
  • 1 labeled pencil box
  • 4-8 rolls of tape
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 3 canisters of antibacterial wipes
  • 2 large boxes of tissues
  • 4 rolls of paper towels
  • 1 bottle liquid hand soap

3rd Grade Music

  • 3 ring binder labeled with first and last name
  • 16-24 count crayons
  • 12  #2 pencils

3rd Grade Art

  • 4 sharpened Ticonderoga #2 pencils
  • 1 sturdy folder with bottom pockets, labeled “Art to Go” (sturdy plastic folders are a great choice and can last from year to year)
  • 1 small sketchbook - 5.5 x 8.5 with:  30-100 sheets, 60-70 lb paper, spiral bound please, perforated preferred, ideally labeled for “mixed media” (Okay to use sketchbook from previous year)

***Please label sketchbook and folder with first and last name.***

4th Grade

  • 1 ESV Student Study Bible (Students will be using the pictures, notes, and outlines in this particular Bible throughout their years at RCS, ISBN-10:  1433523043 or ISBN-13: 978-1433523045)
  • 2 packs of wide ruled paper
  • 1 pack of ¼ inch graph paper
  • 2 pocket folders (one labeled “take home” and one labeled “unfinished work”)
  • 1 ruler with standard and metric measurements
  • 2 highlighters (any color)
  • 24 sharpened Ticonderoga pencils
  • 1 box of 8 colored pencils
  • 1 labeled pencil box (no pencil buckets, please)
  • 4 composition notebooks (you may want to buy a few extra to keep at home in case one becomes full or lost)
  • 6 rolls of tape
  • 2 packages of pencil top erasers
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 1 steno or other spiral notebook for homework assignments and daily communication
  • 1 inexpensive basic calculator
  • 3 large boxes of tissue, 120 count or greater
  • 4 rolls of paper towels, preferably the kind that tears into small-sized towels
  • 2 canisters of antibacterial wipes
  • Fine tip dry erase markers (8 count)
  • 1 small box of standard Band-aids
  • 1 old sock to use as an eraser for dry-erase boards

4th Grade Music

  • 3 ring binder labeled with first and last name
  • 16-24 count crayons
  • 12  #2 pencils

4th Grade Art

  • 4 sharpened Ticonderoga #2 pencils
  • 1 sturdy folder with bottom pockets, labeled “Art to Go” (sturdy plastic folders are a great choice and can last from year to year)
  • 1 small sketchbook - 5.5 x 8.5 with:  30-100 sheets, 60-70 lb paper, spiral bound please, perforated preferred, ideally labeled for “mixed media” (Okay to use sketchbook from previous year)

***Please label sketchbook and folder with first and last name.***

5th Grade

  • 4 composition theme type sewn in the middle notebook.  The notebook should be 100-200 pages. (You may want to buy several extras now in case your child loses theirs.  They are very inexpensive at the beginning of the school year, and then the price increases.)
  • Bible - ESV Student Study Bible (You can use the same Bible from last year.)
  • 1 pack of 8 colored pencils
  • 36 pencils (I would suggest getting Ticonderoga pencils.  In cheaper pencils the lead is not in the center and causes the pencil to be wasted in the sharpener.)
  • 1 pack of erasers for the end of pencils
  • 4 dry erase markers for students to use with math drills
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 1 glue bottle (small)
  • Plastic pencil box or bag to keep supplies in student’s desk.
  • 1 steno-type notebook for homework assignments.  This will go back and forth between home and school everyday.  A very small spiral notebook will not last through the year.
  • 1 pack of wide ruled notebook paper.  (Please send this pack to school at the beginning of the year.  I will keep this for your student to use throughout the year at school.  Your student will also need some paper at home for homework assignments.)
  • 2 boxes of tissues (Bring on the first day and we will keep them in the classroom throughout the year.)
  • 2 large rolls of paper towels
  • 5 rolls of cellophane tape  (Please send this in at the beginning of the year.  We will be using the tape daily to add things to the theme notebooks.  I will keep the tape in class for the students so that it will be easily accessible throughout the school year.
  • Student calculator (This does not need to be a fancy calculator.  Just a simple calculator with the basic arithmetic functions will work fine.  In most cases, a simple calculator is better.)

I will be sending graded papers home once a week.  Students will need some kind of folder, trapper keeper, or 3-ring binder for transporting papers.  Also, please save throughout the year and send into class throughout the year any of the following:

  • Shoeboxes
  • Cardboard milk cartons:  half-gallon, quart, pint, and half-pint
  • Cylinder oatmeal boxes
  • Empty paper towel and toilet paper tubes

5th Grade Music

  • 3 ring binder labeled with first and last name
  • 16-24 count crayons
  • 12  #2 pencils

5th Grade Art  ***Please label sketchbook and folder with first and last name.***

  • 4 sharpened Ticonderoga #2 pencils
  • 1 sturdy folder with bottom pockets, labeled “Art to Go” (sturdy plastic folders are a great choice and can last from year to year)
  • 1 small sketchbook - 5.5 x 8.5 with:  30-100 sheets, 60-70 lb paper, spiral bound please, perforated preferred, ideally labeled for “mixed media” (Okay to use sketchbook from previous year)

Supplies for Logic School Students

6th Grade

  • Literature:  1” binder with 4 dividers, 1 small pack (50 sheets) of Post-it notes, a highlighter, and a colored pen (not blue or black)
  • History:  2” 3-ring binder (binder will be combined with Geography), 3 dividers, loose leaf paper, and colored pencils
  • Math:  pencils, paper, 1 ½” 3-ring binder, 2 dividers, calculator (I recommend the Texas Instruments TI-30X IIS 2 line Scientific Calculator to use for 6th-8th grades, or something similar with functions to do exponents, square root, sin, cos, tan), colored pencils, and loose leaf graph paper
  • Science:  1 ½” 3-ring binder or section of a binder (no smaller than 1 ½”), loose leaf paper, and a composition notebook
  • Latin:  1” binder, 100 sheet composition notebook, 1 colored pen (not blue or black), and a highlighter
  • Geography:  3-ring binder (binder will be combined with History), 1 divider, and colored pencils
  • Bible:  1” binder and an ESV Bible
  • Study Skills:  headphones or earbuds and a plastic 3-prong pocket folder
  • P.E.:  uniform (a few sets), athletic shoes (with laces, not straps), reusable water bottle, and a yoga mat (comparable to this one)

General requests for 6th Grade:

  • 1 large capacity zippered pencil pouch.   DO NOT GET THIS PENCIL BOX
  • 1 plastic folder with 3 prongs and pockets.  (This will be used for writing homework assignments.  Filler pages will be provided.)
  • 3 large boxes of tissues
  • 2 rolls of paper towels
  • 1 roll of disinfecting wipes
  • Plenty of loose-leaf notebook paper and pencils

Wish list for 6th Grade:

  • Summer readers that you no longer need

6th Grade Art

  • 4 sharpened Ticonderoga #2 pencils
  • 1 fine point black Sharpie
  • 1 ultra fine point black Sharpie
  • 1 sturdy folder with bottom pockets labeled, “Art to Go” (sturdy plastic folders are a great choice and can last from year to year)
  • 1 small sketchbook - 5.5 x 8.5 with:  30-100 sheets, 60-70 lb paper, spiral bound please, perforated preferred, ideally labeled for “mixed media” (Okay to use sketchbook from previous year)

***Please label sketchbook and folder with first and last name.***

7th Grade

  • Literature:  1” binder with 4 dividers, 1 small pack (50 sheets) of Post-it notes, a highlighter, and a colored pen (not blue or black)
  • Science:  1 ½” 3-ring binder or section of a binder (no smaller than 1 ½”), loose leaf paper, and a composition notebook
  • Math:  pencils, paper, 2” 3-ring binder (binder will be combined with Logic), 4 dividers, calculator (I recommend the Texas Instruments TI-30X IIS 2 line Scientific Calculator to use for 6th-8th grades, or something similar with functions to do exponents, square root, sin, cos, tan), colored pencils, and loose leaf graph paper
  • History:  2” 3-ring binder (binder will be combined with Geography), 3 dividers, loose leaf paper, and colored pencils
  • Geography:  3-ring binder (binder will be shared with History), 1 divider, and colored pencils
  • Bible:  1” binder and an ESV Bible
  • Latin:  1” binder, 100 sheet composition notebook, one colored pen (not blue or black), and a highlighter
  • P.E.:  uniform (a few sets), athletic shoes (with laces, not straps), reusable water bottle, and a yoga mat (comparable to this one)

General requests for 7th Grade:

  • 1 large capacity zippered pencil pouch.  DO NOT GET THIS PENCIL BOX
  • Mrs. Miller has indicated which students may bring their own planners for assignments and which students need to continue to use the pages provided by RCS.  Students should either bring:
    • Planner with dates for writing assignments OR
    • Plastic folder with 3 prongs and pockets.  Filler pages will be provided.
  • 3 large boxes of tissues
  • 2 rolls of paper towels
  • 1 roll of disinfecting wipes
  • Plenty of loose-leaf paper and pencils

Wish list for 7th Grade:

  • Summer readers that you no longer need

7th Grade Art

  • 4 sharpened Ticonderoga #2 pencils
  • 1 fine point black Sharpie
  • 1 ultra fine point black Sharpie
  • 1 sturdy folder with bottom pockets labeled, “Art to Go” (sturdy plastic folders are a great choice and can last from year to year)
  • 1 small sketchbook - 5.5 x 8.5 with:  30-100 sheets, 60-70 lb paper, spiral bound please, perforated preferred, ideally labeled for “mixed media” (Okay to use sketchbook from previous year)

***Please label sketchbook and folder with first and last name.***

8th Grade

  • Literature:  1” binder with 4 dividers, 1 small pack (50 sheets) of Post-it notes, a highlighter, and a colored pen (not blue or black)
  • Science:  1 ½” 3-ring binder or section of a binder (no smaller than 1 ½”) and loose leaf paper
  • Math:  pencils, paper, 2” 3-ring binder (binder will be combined with Logic), calculator (I recommend the Texas Instruments TI-30X IIS 2 line Scientific Calculator to use for 6th-8th grades, or something similar with functions to do exponents, square root, sin, cos, tan), loose leaf graph paper, and 3 dividers
  • History:  2” 3-ring binder (binder will be combined with Geography), 3 dividers, loose leaf paper, and colored pencils
  • Geography:  3-ring binder (binder will be combined with History), 1 divider, and colored pencils
  • Bible:  1” binder, ESV Bible, a copy of “The Reason for God” by Tim Keller, and a copy of “Every Thought Captive” by Richard L. Pratt Jr.
  • Latin:  1” binder, 100 page composition notebook, one colored pen (not blue or black), glue stick or tape, scissors, highlighter, Latin dictionary (Please choose a Collins/Harper Collins Latin Concise Dictionary, Oxford Latin Desk Dictionary, or Cassell’s Concise or Standard Latin Dictionary.  The dictionary will be used at home and at school.)
  • P.E.:  uniform (a few sets), athletic shoes (with laces, not straps), reusable water bottle, and a yoga mat (comparable to this one)

General requests for 8th Grade:

  • 1 large capacity zippered pencil pouch.   DO NOT GET THIS PENCIL BOX
  • Planner with dates for writing assignments
  • 3 large boxes of tissues
  • 2 rolls of paper towels
  • 1 roll of disinfecting wipes
  • Plenty of loose-leaf paper and pencils

Wish list for 8th Grade:

  • Summer readers that you no longer need

8th Grade Art

  • 4 sharpened Ticonderoga #2 pencils
  • 1 fine point black Sharpie
  • 1 ultra fine point black Sharpie
  • 1 sturdy folder with bottom pockets labeled, “Art to Go” (sturdy plastic folders are a great choice and can last from year to year)
  • 1 small sketchbook - 5.5 x 8.5 with:  30-100 sheets, 60-70 lb paper, spiral bound please, perforated preferred, ideally labeled for “mixed media” (Okay to use sketchbook from previous year)

***Please label sketchbook and folder with first and last name.***