WWMS SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS by p0mk8

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									                                 WWMS SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS
                                FOR THE 2009/2010 SCHOOL YEAR


PHYSICAL EDUCATION SUPPLY LIST -
During the month of August, go to the Wayzata West website http://www.wayzata.k12.mn.us/wms/
 and click on the ―Family Packet‖ button. 6th grade students must purchase a school lock, and it will be
given to them on the first day of school. 7th and 8th grade students should already have a lock stored in
the locker rooms. Replacement or additional uniforms and locks can be purchased throughout the year
from the Physical Education Department.
If you need financial assistance, please contact the Student Services Office.

6th Grade:
A box of #2 pencils or mechanical pencils
6 pocket folders
2 pkgs. loose leaf paper
2 Three-ring binders (1.5 inch hard cover)
2 pkgs. dividers
2 zipper pouches for binders or one to carry to each class
3 Composition notebooks - 9 3/4" X 7 1/2" (2 different colors) – no spiral notebooks
Pens for correcting - black, blue, and red
Set of washable color markers
Set of colored pencils
2 large box of Kleenex for advisor
Solar powered calculator (4 function is all that is needed)
Grid paper for Math - 1/4 inch
Individual 3-hole punch for binder (optional)
3 book covers
1 package of bandaids

7th Grade:
Science:
1 spiral notebook
1 three-ring binder
History:
1 composition notebook
1 two pocket folder with prongs or three-ring binder
Language Arts:
Gold Team:
1 three-ring binder
5 divider pages
3 packs of wide-ruled looseleaf paper
Blue Team:
Spiral notebook and two pocket folder

Math:
1 three ring binder
5 divider pages
1 packet of looseleaf paper
1 pack/pad of graph paper
1 basic calculator
1 pencil pouch
Plastic ruler
General:
1 pack of colored pencils
2 packs of pencils
2 packs of blue/black pens (no gel)
2 boxes of Kleenex for team (turn in to your advisor)
1 glue stick
1 highlighter
1 pack of washable markers (non-permanent)



8th Grade Blue Team
2 boxes of Kleenex (give to Advisor)
#2 pencils and pens
Loose-leaf paper
3 packages of 3x5 note cards
Colored pencils
Science:
Composition notebook
Pocket folder
Geography:
Pocket folder
Spiral notebook
Textbook cover
Math:
One (1) ruler
¼ inch graph paper
1 inch 3-ring binder with 5 dividers
Graphing calculator (T183 or T184)
Language Arts:
One (1) pack of 3 x 3 post-it notes
Pocket folder (that fits in a 3-ring binder)
One (1) 3-ring binder with dividers
Health:
1 gluestick, one spiral notebook, 1 package of Crayola markers, one pair of scissors, one folder, 2 old
magazines to be donated to class.


8th Grade Gold Team
General:
1 box of Kleenex (give to Advisor)
#2 pencils
―pencil/calculator/supplies‖ pouch
2 packs of Loose-leaf paper
5 packages of 3x5 note cards
Colored pencils
1 Gluestick
1 package of Crayola Markers
Science:
Composition notebook
Pocket folder
Geography:
Composition notebook
Pocket folder
Math:
3 prong pocket folder
Composition Notebook
Graphing calculator (T183 or T184)
Language Arts:
2 packs of 3 x 3 post-it notes
Pocket folder
Composition Notebook
Health:
1 gluestick, one spiral notebook, 1 package of Crayola markers, one pair of scissors, one folder, 2 old
magazines to be donated to class.
Communications:
1 spiral bound notebook
1 small three-ringed binder
2 blank CDs with covers




ETD (Engineering, Tech, Design) — folder w/pockets
SPANISH—1 spiral or composition notebook, 1 3-ring binder, 7 & 8th grade students bring your binder
and notes from the previous year.
CHOIR-- all grades —1 spiral notebook or composition book for journaling,
           one 2-pocket folder, one box of Kleenex, 7th & 8th graders may use journals from last year
BAND – 1 three ring binder
         3 divider pages
ART – All grades: 1 two pocket folder, pencils, eraser, Gr. 8 only: sketchbook
FCS – Grades 6, 7, and 8 - - one folder; Grade 8: composition notebook, one 8-pack Crayola Markers
(washable)
Read 180 – 1 two-pocket folder, 2 1-subject spiral notebooks, 3-4 gluesticks

All students:
One - 2 GB Micro Center USB flashdrives with your name written on it.
Students should also open a Google Docs account if they don’t already have one.
       The flashdrive and/or Google Docs account are the only way students have to transfer homework
       and docs from school to home and back. Using personal email to transfer documents is not an
       option.

								
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