• COPPER CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    2020-21 Supply List

    Kindergarten

     

    Please visit Classroom Teacher's Websites or any specific item requests

    DUE to COVID-19 each student will only use their own supplies and they will need to replace their supplies as needed

    One container to put Child's personal supplies in for their use (ex. Plastic Shoebox with Child's name on it).

    Put the following supplies into the personal supply container

    1 pkg each of Washable Markers – Thick & Thin (CLASSIC COLORS)

    1 box of 8 count Large Sized Crayons – (NOT JUMBO)

    1 box of 16 count Crayons

    1 pair of primary scissors (ex Fiskar's)

    2 Primary Sized Pencils (they are thicker but not jumbo)

    2 #2 pencils

    1 fine point black Sharpie (PUT IN A BAG WITH NAME ON IT FOR USE IN ART CLASS)

    2 Glue Sticks

    2 Dry Erase Markers – (BLACK PREFERRED)

    2 Highlighters – (YELLOW PREFERRED)

    2 erasers not small (ex. 2 inch pink erasers)

    1 container of play-doh (not the tiny size)

     

    The Following Supplies can be brought in and put in the Teacher Supply Boxes and the Teacher will store these for student use:

    Composition Books – 3 PRIMARY lined w/sturdy covers (includes an area to draw picture) (PUT NAME ON THESE)

    2 Spiral Bound Wide-Ruled Notebook (PUT NAME ON THESE)

    Colored Folders – 3 sturdy pocket folders (at least ONE plastic & PUT NAME ON THESE)

    Over the Ear Headphones (not wireless) in a gallon size ZIPLOC BAG WITH CHILD’S NAME ON IT

     

    The Following Supplies can be brought in and put in the Teacher Supply Boxes for classroom use:

     

    sticky notes

    Paper Towels

    Facial Tissue (Kleenex)

    Gallon/Quart/Snack Size Plastic Bags with zip closure

    Baby Wipes 

    Bleach Wipes

    Hand Sanitizer 

    Handsoap 

     

    “Arizona law requires that public schools provide supplies required for academic success. This list represents optional, supplementary items which you may supply at your discretion. If you have questions, please feel free to contact the school.”