Supply Lists

The supply lists below are for each grade level.

6th graders will be given their schedule on WEB Day which is August 30th

Supplies for Sixth Grade

Supplies for Sixth Grade

7th and 8th grade schedules will be available for pick up beginning August 17th

Supplies for Seventh Grade

Supplies for Seventh Grade

Supplies for Eighth Grade

Supplies for Eighth Grade

FLS Supply List

  • Backpack with name on it
  • Combination Lock
  • 1-Basic 8-digit display calculator, pocket sized
  • 2 12-pack #2 pencils
  • 2-3 large boxes of Kleenex (unscented)
  • Disinfecting Wipes
  • 2 packages of Loose-leaf paper (college ruled)
  • 1 12-count colored pencils
  • 2 Elmer’s glue sticks
  • Scissors
  • 2 – Yellow Highlighters
  • Zipper pencil holder
  • 1-pack of 3, pink erasers
  • 5-Folders with pockets and 3-ring attachment (preferably plastic)…(No Binder needed)
  • Ear Buds (these can be purchased at the Dollar Store)

 

P.E. Department

The following clothing is required:

  • T-shirt with your last name permanently marked on the back of the
    shirt with at least 2” letters. Tank tops, sleeveless, cut off shirts or
    tying shirts are not allowed.
  • Shorts with elastic or draw string waist that fit appropriately (NO
    zippers or pockets )
  • Socks
  • Tennis shoes laced tightly. No skater shoes or slip-on shoes allowed.
  • Sweats are recommended for early morning P.E. classes. However,
    this is not a requirement.

Students will need their P.E. clothes the second week of school. Students who refuse to dress out for physical wellness will be subject to disciplinary action.

Due to hygiene, modesty and safety reasons, students are NOT allowed to wear regular school clothes while participating in P.E. activities.

Study Skill Supply List

Orchestra

Welcome to the C.R. Anderson Middle School Orchestra! This is the start of an exciting adventure for your child and his or her classmates, and I invite you to join in the fun whenever possible. You are always welcome in our classroom, and I am available if you ever wish to discuss your child’s music education.

The most important step to take right now, of course, will be to locate an instrument for your son or daughter (if they do not already have one), but sixth grade students are not required to choose an instrument prior to the start of class this fall. The music stores in town have been preparing to work with you, so they would be excellent places to start if you are considering the purchase of a new instrument. The middle school also has a limited number of instruments that can be rented for $15 a month (to defray the cost of their upkeep) on a first come, first serve basis. If you prefer to rent a school instrument, please contact me so we can discuss arrangements. It would also be wise to review the list of personal supplies that everyone is expected to purchase, regardless of where they rent their instrument, so your child can be fully prepared for class in the fall.

Please feel free to call me if you have any questions or concerns. I would be happy to talk with you, and I look forward to teaching your son or daughter this year!