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2023-2024 School Supply List

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Preston Middle School

Supply List

 

For all students/all grades - you may need to refill items through the year as needed. Please feel free to reuse items from year to year if possible.

  • 1-2 graph paper composition notebooks - Math
  • 4 (college-ruled), lined-paper composition notebooks - English, Science, Electives
  • spiral notebook (college ruled) - Social Studies
  • 1-2 packs of graph paper
  • 6 2-pocket folders
  • 1-inch, 3-ring binder - Social Studies
  • ½  inch binder - Science
  • Lined loose leaf paper (college ruled)  for binders 
  • Scientific calculator (not graphing)
  • earbuds or headphones
  • #2 pencils 
  • pack of colored pencils
  • pens 
  • dry erase markers
  • highlighters 
  • scissors 
  • glue sticks
  • sharpies
  • sticky notes (pink, orange, and blue if available)
  • scotch tape 
  • pencil box or case for holding supplies
  • planner
  • NEW to Preston Middle School (6th graders count as “NEW”: 1-inch white binder (for their math data notebook).  All other students will have their data notebook (binder) from prior school years.  

 

Donation items to give to your first period teacher or the main office: 

  • 4 boxes of tissues (or as many as you can send!)
  • 1 ream of white copy paper
  • 1 ream of colored copy paper
  • 1 pack of Construction paper
  • 4-6 glue bottles or glue sticks
  • 2 boxes -  pencils and/or pens
  • 4 rolls of Scotch tape
  • 1 box of Expo dry erase markers, any color

If you're unable to see the above document, please follow the link below. 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1x2mi_3J2qQwKmwd0ZXiRxN_fzJckyJpyG05T23rvgH4/edit?usp=sharing

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