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Kingston Springs Elementary School News

It’s time to begin a wonderful 2012-2013 school year! We would like to welcome two new teachers to our 3rd grade team. Mrs. Andrea Bledsoe has transferred from Pegram Elementary and Ms. Kit Fry is a recent graduate of Vanderbilt University. We also have a new speech teacher, Ms. Jenna Buttery and new language facilitator, Mrs. Teresa Davidson. We would also like to welcome Mrs. Lisa Bailey back as an aide in our special education dept. We are so happy to have them! We have our rock wall installed that Coach Bobby received from grant money last year! We would like everyone to be aware that a $40 contribution from each student is requested to help our teachers with classroom necessities and workbooks. We strive to keep you updated by having this article as well as on our website: kingstonspringsccs.net. Below is schedule of events for the upcoming month.

Sunday, August 12- Kindergarten Orientation 2-3 p.m.

Tuesday, August 14th- 1st-4th First half day of school Dismissal 10:45

Wednesday, August 15th- 1st Full Day of School 1-4th

KINDERGARTEN TESTING (Students will only come on day of testing, then will begin their first day of school the 21st)

Tuesday, August 14th Daycare Students

A-F Wednesday, August 15th

G-J Thursday, August 16th

K-Z Friday, August 17th

No School Monday, August 20th

First Full Day for K Tuesday, August 21st /Boo Hoo Breakfast for Parents 7:45-8:15

Supply Lists 2012-2013

Kindergarten:

-A back pack big enough for a change of clothes and a notebook—NO rolling backpacks please

-Foldable Kindergarten mat

-Headphones for the computer lab

-One re-closable 8 ½ x 51/2 Sterilite school box with hinged lid

-Two- 8 oz bottle of school glue (no glitter glue or glue stick)

-One pack Heavyweight Construction paper

Optional-however greatly needed:

-Disinfectant wipes

-Baby wipes

-Tissues

-Re-sealable sandwich/quart bags

-Re-sealable gallon bags

1st Grade:

-One package of 24 count #2 pencils (sharpened)

-One 24 pack crayons

-One large pack of cap erasers

-Four glue sticks

-One 8 oz bottle of glue

-One spiral notebook for music class (wide rule-70 pages)

-One inexpensive set of headphones for the computer lab (in gallon Ziploc bag with name)

Optional-however greatly needed:

-Disinfectant wipes

-Baby Wipes

-Re-sealable bags (gallon and sandwich)

-Paper Towels

-Hand Sanitizer

NO TRAPPER KEEPERS OR ROLLING BACKPACKS PLEASE

2nd Grade:

-One package of 24 count #2 pencils (sharpened)

-One 24 pack crayons

-Student Scissors (Fiskers)

-Two glue sticks

-Two spiral notebooks (wide rule-70 pages) for music class and journal

-One inexpensive set of headphones for the computer lab

Optional-however greatly needed:

-Disinfectant wipes

-Tissues

-Hand Sanitizer

NO TRAPPER KEEPERS OR PENCIL BOXES PLEASE

3rd Grade:

-one school box

-Backpack

-Scissors

-One bottle of school glue

-One box of 24 count crayons

-One package of 24 #2 pencils (sharpened)

-One Trapper keeper or 3 ring binder

-Five pocket folders with 3 holes to fit in the Trapper Keeper or binder

-Wide-ruled, white notebook paper

-Two wide ruled single subject spiral notebooks

-One inexpensive set of headphones for the computer lab

Optional-however greatly needed:

-Disinfectant wipes

-Tissues

4th Grade:

-Backpack

-One box 24 count crayons

-one pack colored pencils (12 or more)

-Scissors

-Three glue sticks

-12 inch ruler (centimeters as well as inches)

-One pack loose leaf wide ruled paper

-Two wide ruled spiral notebooks

-Four pencils at all times (no mechanical pencils)

-One plastic school box (8 ½ x 51/2) for supplies such as crayons

-One Trapper keeper or 3 ring binder

-Six three hole punched folders to put in trapper or binder

-One inexpensive set of headphones for the computer lab

NO ROLLING BACKPACKS PLEASE.

Backpacks must be appropriate size in order to fit inside the students locker.

Optional-however greatly needed:

-Disinfectant wipes -Tissues -Ream of copy paper

 

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