1199 B Ave.
Terrebonne, OR 97760
Phone: 541-923-4856
Fax: 541-923-4825
Email: info@redmond.k12.or.us

Supply List


Kindergarten:  

**Book Bag or Backpack (No Rolling Kind Please)

** $15 Flat Fee Payable to Terrebonne Community School – We ask for this fee upfront to pay for 2 field trips that will occur during the school year, special projects we do, and additional community supplies. For this reason, we have kept the supply list as short as possible.

  • 1 Box 24 CRAYOLA CRAYONS
  • 1 Box 8 count CRAYOLA WASHABLE MARKERS Wide-tip Classic Colors
  • 1 Box COLORED PENCILS (long size)
  • 1 Pack 12 count YELLOW #2 PENCILS
  • 1 Box TISSUE (200-250 Ct.)

~ Please bring your supplies and $15 when you have your first meet and greet with your teacher ~


First Grade: 

Hello Families!  Please mark your child’s name in permanent marker on the items marked with

a *

 

36 – #2 Pencils (Please bring at least 12 sharpened!)

1 – Bottle Elmer’s White Glue-4 oz.

12 – Thin Dry-erase markers (Non-smelling)

8 – Thick Dry-erase markers (Non-smelling)

1 – Pair Fiskar scissors

2 – boxes of crayons (24 pack)

1 – Package thin tip multi-color markers

4 – Large erasers

12 – Glue Sticks

*2 – plastic pocket folders

*1 – Pair of clean non-marking P.E. shoes  (to be kept at school)

*1 – Back-pack to carry things back and forth to school

*1 – 1 inch hard-sided 3-ring binder-NO BIG BINDERS PLEASE!

1-box baby wipes

1-Bottle hand sanitizer

1-box of Kleenex

1-watercolor paints

 

A-M bring 1 box of quart Ziploc plastic bags

M-Z bring 1 box of gallon Ziploc plastic bags

 

 

Thank you for your support!

 

Wish List:

 

*Walmart gift card to help with crafts, projects and photos

*Post-it Notes

 

            

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Second Grade: 

Please shop early to get the best prices – Early August is when we start looking for sales at Target and Wal-Mart! If you shop at the right time, this list should cost you about $20. (This price does not include their shoes or backpack.)

Our Fan Advocate– Jennifer Jackson often has supplies to give to kids the week before school starts – call the office –(541) 923-4856 or emailJennifer.jackson@redmond.k12.or.us

 

1 -Box of crayons (24 pack) (CRAYOLA Brand)

24 – pencils – #2, Ticonderoga brand is worth the extra money and much appreciated!

8-Dry-erase markers (LOW ODOR is needed!)

1 -box of Kleenex

1- Tray of watercolor paints – Crayola brand works the best and is worth the extra $.

24 – Eraser tops for pencil tips

4- Glue sticks- small size

1- Bottle -white Elmer’s school glue

1 -Pair scissors **

1 -Pair clean, non-marking P.E. shoes (to be kept at school) **

2 – 2-pocket folders ** (For homework -no binders for this- they can be cheap- often $.10)

1 -Back-pack to carry things back and forth to school **

1 – 1 inch- 3-ring binder- (soft or hard- Can be cheap) **

Please label the items that have the ** with your child’s name

 If you find a bargain and want to help even more, these items listed below are often depleted during the year.

*Tigonderoga Brand – Pencils                * White School glue

*24 – Eraser tops for pencil tips            *Colored pencils

*Low odor white board markers             *Crayola brand wide-tip markers- classic colors

*1-bottle hand sanitizer

Third Grade:    Updated 8/13/12

Terrebonne Community School

3rd Grade Supply List

Please label these supplies with your name:

  • 3, wide-ruled “Composition” notebooks (7¼ x10” sewn binding)
  • 2, plain, two bottom pocket folders without brads (non-plastic)
  • 1, plastic, two bottom pocket folder with brads
  • 1, pair pointed scissors (Fiskar’s are best)
  • 5-9, hand-held erasers or pkg. of eraser tops, replenished as needed
  • 2 dozen #2 pencils, replenished as needed
  • 1 set (12+) colored, quality fine tip markers, replenished as needed
  • 2, highlighters (yellow or pink)
  • 2, hand-held pencil sharpeners, replenished as needed
  • 1 box crayons (24)
  • 1 set (12+) colored pencils (Twistables are best) replenished as needed
  • 1, Water color paint set (Crayola or Prang are best)
  • 1, Ruler, both cm and in., included, non-flexible
  • 1, Pencil/tool box (cigar box size)
  • 1, Reusable water bottle to keep at school
  • 1 backpack, notebook size or larger
  • PE shoes, with non-marking soles

 

 

These supplies do not need to have your name on them:

  • 1 bottle (8 oz.) white glue (Elmer’s with the orange cap is best)
  • 2-3 small glue sticks
  • 1 pkg. (2-4) Expo Chisel tip Black or Blue dry erase markers (low odor)
  • 1 package wide-ruled notebook paper
  • 1 box Kleenex
  • 1 box of zip-lock bags (girls bring quart sized bags and boys bring gallon sized bags)
  • 1 pkg. of multi-colored construction paper
  • 1 empty cereal box (prefer 24 oz. but 17 oz. or larger will work)

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Fourth Grade:

Mrs. Doggett’s 4th grade supply list

1 ½ – 2  inch regular 3-ring binder for daily use
1 packages of Dividers (total of 8)

1 plastic folder with pockets (this will be used all year for homework)
Pencil Box

Calculator:  a basic one is okay. It will be needed for math.
Scissors (large, sharp, pointed ends)
Black only dry erase pens:  5 to start with.  Also, something to erase the white boards like a sock.  OR a box of Crayola dry erase crayons with an eraser mitt.
P.E. shoes (Non-marking soles)

A large box of Kleenex (may need more at end of year)

Backpack

2 Spiral Notebooks

2 boxes of Pencils to be replaced as needed. (Mechanical pencils are okay, as long as your child has replacement lead.)
Notebook paper (1 small package)
5 – Red ink pens
1large glue stick
Colored pencils: this is a MUST (Twistables colored pencils – last a long time and don’t need sharpening).
Sturdy hand-held pencil sharpener

Package of erasers

Ruler with both standard and metric measurements
Highlighter pen

****Use a permanent marker to write your name on all of your school supplies.

Mrs. Davis’s 4th and 5th grade supply list

1 ½ – 2  inch regular 3-ring binder for daily use
1 packages of Dividers (total of 8)

1 plastic folder with pockets (this will be used all year for homework)
Pencil Box

Calculator:  a basic one is okay. It will be needed for math.
Scissors (large, sharp, pointed ends)
Black only dry erase pens:  5 to start with.  Also, something to erase the white boards like a sock.  OR a box of Crayola dry erase crayons with an eraser mitt.
P.E. shoes (Non-marking soles)

A large box of Kleenex (may need more at end of year)

Backpack

2 Spiral Notebooks

2 boxes of Pencils to be replaced as needed. (Mechanical pencils are best, as long as your child has replacement lead.)
Notebook paper (1 small package)
5 – Red ink pens
1large glue stick
Colored pencils: this is a MUST (Twistables colored pencils – last a long time and don’t need sharpening).
Sturdy hand-held pencil sharpener

Package of erasers

Ruler with both standard and metric measurements
Highlighter pen

 

 

****Use a permanent marker to write your name on all of your school supplies.

 

 

 

 

Donations of extra school supplies are always useful and greatly appreciated!

 


Fifth Grade:

MR. BOUCHER’S FIFTH GRADE STUDENT SUPPLY LIST

Please bring to school:

ONE BOX OF PENCILS per quarter.  Total of four boxes.

1½ INCH THREE-RING BINDER

50 PAGES OF 3-HOLE BINDER PAPER per quarter.  Total of 200 pages.

INEXPENSIVE CALCULATOR (solar is best)

ONE BOX OF KLEENEX

ONE 12-COUNT BOX BLACK DRY-ERASE MARKERS

DRY-ERASE MARKER ERASER

SET OF HIGHLIGHTERS (FOUR COLORS)

DURABLE PENCIL SHARPENER

ONE BOX OF COLORED PENCILS

NON-MARKING P.E. SHOES

PLEASE DO NOT bring to school:

Water bottle – there is a drinking fountain in the room and bottles spill.

Large backpacks – kids are bringing lunch and a reading book to and from school;

a small backpack is sufficient, storage spaced is severely limited.

Scissors – I will have a class set the kids can use when needed.


6th, 7th, 8th – Middle School:

Community Supplies (to be used by all who contribute;

those who don’t contribute must supply themselves all year)

 

(2) 100 page spiral notebooks

(2) pkgs college ruled lined paper

(1) composition/lab book

(1) package of loose graph paper

(24) pencils (#2, non-mechanical)

(9) blue ball-point pens

(4) dry erase pens (large EXPO)

(2) rolls of “Scotch” clear tape

(2) boxes of Kleenex

 

Drop off community supplies with your home room

teacher the first day of school.

 

Personal Supplies   (needed all year; not shared)

 

(1)  2-3 inch, 3 ring binder with tab dividers (10 tabs) and binder pouch for pencils, etc..

(2) Composition books, college ruled, 100 Pages, 7 1/2in. x 9 3/4in.

(1) box of colored pencils

(3) high-lighters: 1 yellow, 1 green, 1 pink

Hand pencil sharpener (not battery operated)  This needs to be replaced periodically so that the student always has a hand pencil sharpener

Scientific Calculator with fraction bar (Texas Instruments TI-30XIIs is THE one you really want – it is one that will last your student through high school and are what Redmond teachers use to teach from – BUY EARLY as these tend to be impossible to find in late August/early September)

Shelf for locker (only 1, optional)

1 ruler (inches and CM)

 

Bring your personal supplies on the first day of school.  THERE IS A LIMITED AMOUNT OF SPACE IN LOCKERS; PLEASE LEAVE PERSONAL ITEMS NOT NEEDED FOR SCHOOL AT HOME.  BACKPACKS SHOULD BE SMALL AND SOFT; THEY ARE KEPT IN LOCKERS, NOT BROUGHT TO CLASS, AND PACKS ON WHEELS DO NOT FIT IN LOCKERS.

 

PE clothes

T-shirt

Shorts

Sweats (Optional for colder days)

Athletic shoes for the field and Inside shoes (No black soles)

A combination lock to use daily on PE lockers (optional.)  NOTHING IS LEFT IN A PE LOCKER; IT’S ONLY USED WHILE AT PE.

Deodorant:  unscented–no spray, no cologne, no perfume

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