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 acoulon@sau15.net.

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!