The following list is not comprehensive but will hopefully be helpful in preparing for the 2017-2018 school year. Please click on the tabs for the different academic departments to see each course and the supplies required for that course. The list will be updated as more information is received.

Religion 7

1 1/2 to 2 inch binder, with loose leaf paper and 4 dividers.

9th Grade Girls – Mrs Pogue

4 or 5 subject notebook with a pocket folders built in

9th Grade Girls – Mr P

A ring binder, with loose leaf paper for taking notes and either pockets or a hole punch for storing hand-outs.

10th Grade Girls

  • Highlighters
  • 1 1/2 inch 3 ring binder
  • 3×5 index cards

Reading 7

  • 1.5″ 3 ring binder with pockets. The more durable the better. Recommended: Avery One Touch–it is very durable and has double clear plastic pockets. Do not combine Reading binder with the binder of another subject.
  • 5 plastic separators for binder–labeled “Notes”, “Homework”, “Stories”, “Handouts”, “Quizzes”. It is recommended that at least 1 or 2 of the separators should have pockets.
  • 1 3-prong folder, with pockets (cardboard or plastic–no black colors) Please insert– and secure with the 3 prongs–25 sheets of loose leaf paper and write student’s name on folder cover with a Sharpie marker. This will be the Reading Journal.
  • loose leaf paper-wide or college rule. If neatness is an issue or if student has large handwriting, wide rule will help with neatness. Reinforced loose leaf is recommended, especially if your student is not gentle with their items 🙂
  • Pens: regular blue or black ball point pens,  plus 1 red pen for correcting.  No neon or sparkle colors. No marker type pens as they bleed through loose leaf.
  • Highlighter–any color
  • Dictionary–for at home use. It must have pronunciations for all words. Do not purchase pocket dictionaries as your student will not be able to find definitions for all the words they will be assigned.
  • 1 jumbo size stretch book cover. Recommend color coordinating with Reading binder color.

Grammar 8 – Mrs. Tsukalas

  • 1 durable pocket folder
  • 1 spiral notebook (1 subject)
  • 1 small box of colored pencils
  • 4 pencils & 4 pens

Grammar 9 – Mrs. Tsukalas

  • 1 durable pocket folder
  • 1 spiral notebook (1 subject)
  • 1 small box of colored pencils
  • 4 pencils
  • 4 pens

Grammar 9 – Miss Bonutti

  • Organization: 1 1-inch (or larger) Binder OR Section of a Binder with loose leaf paper and 3 Dividers: NOTES, HOMEWORK, and QUIZZES/TESTS
  • Black/Blue pens and/or Pencils
  • Red pen for correcting work

English 9

  • 1 durable folder
  • ring binder with loose leaf paper for taking notes and either pockets or a hole punch for storing hand-outs.

English 10

  • Organization: 1 1-inch (or larger) Binder OR Section of a Binder with loose leaf paper and 4 Dividers: NOTES, HOMEWORK, HANDOUTS, and QUIZZES/TESTS
  • 1 Composition-style notebook for daily journals
  • Black/Blue pens and/or Pencils
  • Red pen for correcting work
  • A pen of any legible color that is NOT red for editing work (Ex. green, purple, pink)

English 11

Notebook and pen/pencil. The notebook can be a shared one with multiple classes

English 12

  • Notebook—binder or spiral
  • Sturdy pocket folder for class use only
  • Pens—blue or black, one red
  • Large fabric book cover

Speech

A ring binder, with loose leaf paper for taking notes and either pockets or a hole punch for storing hand-outs.

World Culture – Mrs Pogue

World Culture-4 or 5 Subject Notebook or/Binder-any size with loose leaf paper and a pocket folder-any color or style

World History II 

One- 5 subject notebook, One- composition notebook, pens

World History III

One- 5 subject notebook, one- composition notebook, pens

American History

One- 5 subject notebook, one- composition notebook, pens

American Government

Pens and one- 5 subject notebook

Economics

Notebook and pen/pencil. The notebook can be a shared one with multiple classes.

 

Basic Math (Math A)

1 1/2 binder with loose leaf paper

Algebra I – Mrs Lucas

  • pencil (preferably mechanical)
  • eraser
  • graph paper (pale blue lined is best)
  • 3-ring binder (for returned homework, quizzes and tests)
  • scientific calculator
  • Students may work from either a spiral notebook or  3- ring binder

Algebra I – Mrs Cackett

  • Spiral notebook – 3 subject or larger to be used just for Algebra
  • Looseleaf paper
  • Pencils
  • Graph paper and straight edge- not needed until 2nd quarter
  • Scientific calculator – TI-83 or better preferred, but not required

Algebra II – Mrs Lucas

  • pencil (preferably mechanical)
  • eraser
  • graph paper (pale blue lined is best)
  • 3-ring binder (for returned homework, quizzes and tests)
  • TI -84, TI – 83 (if buying, purchase the TI – 84)
  • Students may work from either a spiral notebook or  3- ring binder

Algebra II – Mr Hoffman

  • Three ring binder
  • Standard paper to be inserted in three-ring binder.
  • Graph paper to be inserted in three-ring binder.
  • TI-83 or TI-84 or TI-84 Plus graphing calculator.
  • Mechanical pencils and a high quality erasers.

Geometry

  • Spiral notebook – 3 subject or larger to be used just for Geometry
  • Loose leaf paper
  • Pencils
  • Graph paper and straight edge – not needed until 4th quarter
  • Scientific calculator – TI-83 or better preferred, but not required

Pre-Calculus

  • pencil (preferably mechanical)
  • eraser
  • graph paper (pale blue lined is best)
  • 3-ring binder (for returned homework, quizzes and tests)
  • TI -84, TI – 83 (if buying, purchase the TI – 84)
  • Students may work from either a spiral notebook or  3- ring binder

Statistics DE

TI 83 or TI 84 calculator

Physical Science (Science 8)

  • Three ring binder, paper to be inserted in three-ring binder.
  • A basic math calculator will work for Physical Science as long as it has exponents, and square roots.
  • Mechanical pencils and a high quality eraser

Biology & Adv Biology

Notebook for note taking and a folder/binder for keeping handouts. (The lab fee covers lab notebooks and science fair log books  along with consumable lab supplies.)

Biology DE (101)

  • Notebook for note taking and a folder/ binder for keeping handouts.
  • Textbook = Principles of Biology by Brooker, Widmaier, et al  McGraw-Hill 2015 (must be purchased with McGraw-Hill Connect Access- available at NOVA bookstore)
  • Lab Manual- 2nd Custom Edition- also available at NOVA bookstore

Chemistry

  • 1″ or 2″ three ring binder
  • Loose leaf paper (students may want to have some graph paper handy for use second semester when we do more problem solving. It helps to keep the math tidy)
  • Pencils and erasers
  • Scientific or graphing calculator (if students have a graphing calculator for math class that is fine, if not, a scientific one will be more than sufficient)

Intro to Engineering DE

  • Textbook: (Buy new, used or rent) Engineering Fundamentals: An Introduction to Engineering, 5th Edition. Saeed Moaveni. Cengage Learning –  ISBN 978-1-305-08476-6
  • Three ring binder
  • Standard paper to be inserted in three-ring binder
  • Mechanical pencil & erasers
  • Calculator
  • Access to a computer
    • Internet
    • EXCEL (Part of Microsoft office)

Latin I – Mrs. Pogue

Latin I-Notebook with Folder pocket inside or/Binder-any size with loose leaf paper

Spanish I & II – Mrs Salas

  • Binder with dividers and folders, and plenty of loose leaf paper (reinforced works best).
  • I strongly encourage page protectors, colored highlighters, pens for class and pencils for tests.
  • They will also be required to cover their book

Spanish II – Mrs Martella

  • 2-4 packets of notecards for flashcards
  • 2 dry erase markers
  • Binder or organizational system of your choice

Spanish III & IV – Mrs Martella

  • 2-4 packets of notecards for flashcards
  • 1 Roll of nickels per student
  • 2 dry erase markers
  • Binder or organizational system of your choice

Band (Beg, Inter, Adv)

  • pencil w/ good eraser
  • instrument in working condition
  • any necessary instrument accessories (reeds, mouthpieces, valve oil, etc.)

Chorus I & II

pencil w/ good eraser

Computers I

Students must have a USB drive they can leave at school with them on the first day of classes.

 Music Appreciation

  • pencil w/ good eraser
  • notebook
  • pocket folder for handouts
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