Summer Updates

To my 4th grade students (as of today),

It has been a wonderful year. I am so proud of each and every one of you for all your hard work this year. I hope that you have a wonderful summer. Please come see me next year!

Also, thank you to all the students for my wonderful gifts. It was so thoughtful of you!

Supply list for 2018-2019 school year

The new school year will be here before you know it! Remember to bring a great attitude, willingness to take responsibility, and a smile! If you venture out on the "WONDERFUL" journey known as "back to school shopping," her are some suggestions.

Students will use:

  • box of pencils (#2, Ticonderoga sharpen best)
  • colored pencils and/or crayons (no need for more than a 24 pack)
  • EXPO dry-erase markers (colored are fine, not neon)
  • pencil sharpener (hand held/enclosed)
  • 1-2 Extra Fine Sharpie(s) - black
  • pencil case (soft cases fit best in our desks)
  • Elmer’s glue sticks (2-4 is plenty)
  • scissors (kids)
  • pencil erasers (pencil top or block)
  • 2 composition notebook (wide ruled, 80-100 sheets)
    • pick one that you'll want to use all year! (preferably with vinyl covers as they last the whole year)
  • earbuds or headphones (inexpensive ones work just fine!)
    • in a Ziploc bag clearly labeled with your child’s name
  • healthy snack & drink every day (water bottles are permitted on desks at all times)

If you'd like to donate, here are things we would appreciate:

  • Disinfecting wipes (Lysol/Clorex & Wet Ones are appreciated!)
  • Soft tissues
  • Pencils & pencil top erasers
  • EXPO dry erase markers
  • Ziploc bags - sandwich, quart, or gallon
  • Plastic spoons or forks
  • Hand sanitizer (with pump)
  • Loved (used) books, kid’s magazines, board games, or card games

If you have any questions, please email me at

Please do not send binders, folders, rulers, staplers,

or large packs of crayons or colored pencils.

** At home, it would be beneficial for your child to have pencils and paper (or whiteboard & marker) to complete homework.

**Additionally, third graders would benefit from multiplication flash cards at home to practice facts!