School Supply List
2020 - 2021 Remote Learning School Supply List
|Program||Grade Level(s)/Program/Course||Materials for supply lists students will need to equitably access curriculum/instruction from home (add to lists for families, order with school funds, and/or distribute from remaining school supplies)||Optional/supplemental materials that can be purchased/loaned/distributed by schools or added to supply lists as appropriate||Considerations for Return to School|
|General Supplies||Middle School||earbuds/headphone with microphone compatible with FCPS device, glue sticks, erasers, pencils, pencil sharpener, box of markers (8 count), colored pencils, scissors, defined by grade level: paper, composition books, pocket folders, binders, ruler||clipboard, binder, three hole punch, highlighters, dry erase board with markers and eraser|
|Art||MS, 7-8||Art sketchbook, drawing pencils, eraser, box of colored pencils, fine-point black marker, watercolor set with paint brush||Art teachers will develop a supply list specific to the course curriculum that will include additonal supplies which can be purchased within the advertised student fee amount.|
|FACS||MS, 6,7-8||Each student needs their own personal Hand sewing kit https://www.singer.com/Singer-Beginners-Sewing-Kit ; Fabric approximately 1-2 yard of cotton blend. Standard food prepartion equipment found in residential kitchens. Grocery supplies will vary depending on recipe and student allergies. hair ties, apron.|
|Health & Physical Education||MS/HS||resistance band or resistance loop||jump rope|
|Literacy Intervention||7-8||Write-in Resource Books for LAP (Read 180) and Literacy 7 and 8 ( System 44) classes.|
|Music||Instrumental Music (band, guitar, orchestra)||Each student needs a musical instrument. Students can rent from a music store, a school-owned instrument or an IFA instrument. Each instrument has specific supplies. This can include but is not limited to: reeds, valve oil, rotor oil, slide cream, grease, cleaning swabs, rosin, strings, percussion tape, strings tape. Each student needs a method book for classroom instruction. Each student needs a copy of sheet music, method books, and other music.||Online music textbook subscription (such as SmartMusic) library that will allow for teachers to create assignments, assessments, and provide students with an online textbook. This would be used in place of a paper method book.||Instrument Masks - Bell Barrier will be needed for students for in-person instruction. Teacher/class music shields. See current research and recommendations.|
|Music||Choral Music||Each student needs their own copies of sheet music and booklets.||An online music subscription for teachers to create assignments, assessments, and provide students with an online textbook. Approved software (such as Noteflight, Sight-Reading Factory, etc.) This would be used in place of a paper method book.||Singers Mask - designed for choral singing and each student would have their own. Current research and recommendations shoulde be followed.|
|Music||Piano Class||Each student will need their own keyboard and/or mini-keyboard. If the school cannot provide, mini-keyboards can be purchased. Each student will need their own method book, or music.||An online music subscription for teachers to create assignments, assessments, and provide students with an online textbook. This can be in place of a paper method book.|
|Special Education||OSEI, High Incidence, Cat A||copy of student workbooks that accompany specialized instructional programs, maipulatives and supports required to work on IEP goals and specialized programs, same as required for all students for core classes, paper and writing instrument, highlighters, portable whiteboard and markers. Additional information available here.||Many of the student specific materials for the different specialized instruciton programs are at school from the spring. Schools should consider ways to get these materials to students.|
|Special Education||OSEI, Adapted Curriculum Cat B||copy of student workbooks that accompany specialized instructional programs, maipulatives and supports required to work on IEP goals and specialized programs, paper, crayons / markers (depending on age and developmental), pencils, pens, scissors, glue, portable whiteboard and markers Additional information available here.||Many of the student specific materials for the different specialized instruciton programs are at school from the spring. Schools should consider ways to get these materials to students.|
|Special Education||OSEI, Related Services||individual student equipment for communication (aug com, iPads), access (for students with visual or hearing impairment), positioning (for students if physical needs), and participation (equipment for participation in specials, APE); individual adapted equipment to meet IEP goals and express knowledge of content (adapted writing materials, adapted tools, specialized keyboards or other access points [switches]); specialized software for access (screen readers, captioning)|
|Special Education||WAT/EFE 7-12; 18-22 programs||800 student workbooks for Attainment transition curriculum - Stepping out into the community 800 Brigance Student Transition Skills Activities Books;|
|TEE||MS (Engineering 1, 2 and 3)||12" Ruler (with Inch and Metric), scientific calculator, hot glue with glue sticks, , high-quality scissors, painter's tape||compass, protractor, sewing pins, computer mouse, duct tape, X-Acto Knife||Engineering teachers at each school will purchase project specific materials for each student through lab fees. Safety glasses will be provided (through local funds) to each student with their consummable kits.|
- Geometry Honors Only - Compass, protractor, 6” ruler
- Math 7, Math 7 Honors, Math 8 – Calculator for home-use is recommended (not necessary) that has exponent and square root keys. Class sets of TI-30 calculators are available for students to use during the school day.
- Algebra, Algebra Honors, Geometry Honors, Algebra 2 Honors – Calculator for home-use is not necessary or recommended*. Teachers will be encouraging students to use the online Desmos graphing calculator (https://www.desmos.com/calculator) as this will be used on the SOL exams beginning spring 2021 (no hand-held calculators will be permitted).
*For those who want the option, the TI-84 or TI-84 plus was recommended in the past for purchase, but students who take upper level math courses, like BC Calculus or Multivariable Calculus, at Woodson HS may likely need the TI-89.