Supply Lists & Dress Code


Having the correct supplies for your child's school year will help to ensure their readiness and success! Please see below for the 2017-18 school year supply lists (all grade levels included.)


Kindergarten
Qty. Supplies
4Classic Crayola Crayons (for each 9 wk. period)***
8Elmer Glue Sticks***
124 count pencils***
1Blue Plastic Folder
1Red Plastic Folder
15" Blunt Tip Fiskars Scissors
1Plastic School Box
BOYS:
1Ziploc Quart or gallon sized Baggies***
1Small or Large uncoated white paper plates***
1 pkg. Skinny EXPO Dry-Erase Markers***
GIRLS:
1Ziploc Snack or Sandwich Baggies***
1 pkg.EXPO Dry-erase Markers***
1Elmers glue bottle (4 oz)
Wish List:
Antibacterial wipes
white cardstock
Baby Wipes
Hand Sanitizer
Soft Tissues
Highlighters
***Please do NOT put your child's name on these items. They will be used by all students in a community classroom setting.
The following items will have your child ready to start the school year. Please keep in mind we may need you to replenish items throughout the room as our supplies diminish.

1st Grade

Qty. Supplies
Boys Only:
1**four pack regular expo markers (black)
1**pack colored card stock
Girls Only:
1**four pack regular expo markers (various colors)
1**pack of white card stock
All Children:
4**packs of crayola crayons
2**packs of glue sticks (8 count)
3**packs #2 pencils (24 count) preferred pre-sharpened)
1plastic school box
2plastic pocket folders (yellow, blue)
1pair of 5" scissors
1single subject wide rule spiral notebook
1bound composition notebook
1one inch binder-white with clear front pocket in front
Wish Lists Items
Gallon Ziploc baggies
Germ-x
index cards
Lysol wipes (Bleach free)
Baby wipes
**Please do NOT put your child's name on these items. They will be used by all students in a community classroom setting.
The following items will have your child ready to start the school year. Please keep in mind we may need you to replenish items throughout the room as our supplies diminish.

2nd Grade

Qty. Supplies
3Pencils (boxes of 20 pencils)***
1Pencil pouch
1Scissors 5" Sharp point Fiskar Scissors
1Glue sticks (3 count package) ***
1green plastic folder with prongs
1red plastic folder with prongs
1blue plastic folder with prongs
2packs of crayola crayons (24 pack)
2composition books
***Please do NOT put your child's name on these items. They will be used by all students in a community classroom setting.
The following items will have your child ready to start the school year. Please keep in mind we may need you to replenish items throughout the room as our supplies diminish.

3rd Grade

Supplies
48 pencils (Ticonderoga pre-sharpened preferred)
1 pair Fiskars pointed scissors, 5 inch
1 pack 3 count Pink Pearl Erasers
1 pack 24 count Crayola Crayons
1 pack 4 count Elmer's Glue Sticks
5 plastic folders (2 blue, 1 purple, 1 red, 1 green)
4 wide ruled composition notebooks
4 pack highlighters
1 large pencil pouch
1 pack 2 count small black Expo markers
ear buds
1 pack wide ruled notebook paper
Wish List
Bleach-Free Sanitizing Wipes
Paper Towels
Tissues with Lotion

4th Grade
QtyItem:
6Plain Plastic folders WITH prongs (red, blue, green, orange, yellow, purple)
5Black Wide Rule Composition Notebooks
2*packs of thin expo markers
2packs of 24 count Crayola Crayons
2highlighters- any color
4*Packs of plain 24 count #2 pencils
1*pack of cap erasers
1pack of Crayola Classic Thin Markers
1pack of 175 sheet filler paper - WIDE RULED
1small CLOTH pencil pouch
1*package of index cards
1*pack of 8 countElmer's glue sticks
1Pair of earbuds (to keep in pencil pouch)
1Box of Gallon Size Ziplock bags- GIRLS ONLY
1Box of Quart Size Ziplock bags- BOYS ONLY
*Community Classroom Items
The following items will have your child ready to start the school year. Please be aware that there may be times when you may need to replenish supply items for your child. .”
With this in mind you may wish to buy extra items while they are on sale.
Wish List Items:
Lysol or Clorox Wipes (NO Bleach)
Sheet Protectors
Germ-X/ Hand Sanitizer
Color Paper
Plastic dividers with pockets for folders

5th Grade

Qty. Supplies
3No. 2 pencils (packs)
1Dry erase markers (4pk)
2Wide ruled notebook paper
1Pencil Pouch with 3 rings
1Glue Sticks (2pk)
1Scissors
1Highlighters (4pk)
1Box of crayons (24pk)
4Composition notebooks (wide ruled)
2Spiral Notebooks (wide ruled)
13 in. binder with pockets (trapper keeps are acceptable)
15-tab dividers for binder
2plastic folder with pockets (blue)
1Red pens
2Graph Paper
Wish List
Clorox Wipes (Bleach-free)
Germ-X



Wilson County Schools
2015-2016 Dress Code

Dress guidelines are designed to promote a standard of appearance that complements the learning environment. The majority of our students need no advice on appearance because they use common sense. Decency, good taste, and the normal standards of the community are to be maintained in dress and grooming by all students. Any student attire that is considered distractive, disruptive in appearance, detrimental to the educational environment, or the public image of the school itself, or contrary to good hygiene will not be permitted. Also, student attire should not be a hazard to the student’s safety or to the safety of others.

The administration will determine the appropriateness of dress.

1. Shirts/dresses must have sleeves. Shoulders must be covered.
2. Pants, skirts, and shorts must meet standards of decency as determined by the administration. All clothing must be appropriately sized. Pajamas, tight fitting, baggy or sagging shirts or pants are not allowed. Leggings may be worn with appropriate dresses, skirts or shorts.
3. Skirts, dresses and shorts must come down to at least 3 inches above the middle of the knee. Bare skin is not to be visible 3 inches above the knee. i.e., jeans with holes.
4. Students may not wear clothes that mention or reference the following: drugs, tobacco, alcohol, anything gang related or gothic attire, vulgar/obscene/profane captions or depictions, or clothing that may be considered offensive to others.
5. Sunglasses, spiked accessories, oversized jewelry or belt buckles, and inappropriate head coverings (such as hats or bandanas) are prohibited.
6. No facial jewelry is allowed. However, clear spacers may be used in pierced holes.
7. Appropriate footwear must be worn at all times. Laces on shoes must be tied. No house shoes or flip flops are allowed.
8. The administration will determine the appropriateness of dress. Apparel considered too revealing will not be permitted. Clothing may not reveal cleavage or midriff. Undergarments must not be visible. “See-through” clothing is prohibited unless other clothing is worn underneath.

Parents will be notified if students are inappropriately dressed. Students who continually violate the dress code will be subject to disciplinary measure per the Discipline Code of Conduct.




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Jennifer Yokom-Brown,
Jul 20, 2015, 12:36 PM
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Jennifer Yokom-Brown,
Jun 6, 2016, 6:50 AM
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