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School Supplies at Grant Street Elementary.
There are different supply lists for each grade level.

Kindergarten School Supply List

Kelsi Johnson, Katie Pangelinan, Sally Shaw-Dankert, and Rachel Wyda

Our school supplies are shared and need replenishing throughout the school year.  We also need community snack, so anytime someone can provide a box of crackers, fresh fruit or veggies, or other healthy snacks, it is much appreciated.  Please make sure you have a backpack or bag that is a substantial size to put books, folders and extra clothing in. Thank you so much!

  • 1 pack of 24 crayons
  • 1 pack Crayola markers
  • 1 box of colored Crayola pencils
  • 1 box of Prang or Crayola watercolor paints
  • 4 folders with pockets and 3 inner brads for holding 3-hole punched papers (1 green, 1 red, 1 yellow, 1 blue if possible)
  • 8 glue sticks
  • 1 pair of Fiskars scissors
  • 4 Expo dry erase markers
  • 2 highlighters
  • 1 small bottle elmer’s school glue
  • Box of tissues
  • Natural non-toxic disinfecting wipes and/or baby wipes

For 1st and 2nd Grade Supply List

Teachers:  Denise Aedan, Dawn Braden, Peter Braden, Cheryl Garnett-Harris, Glenna Nelson, and Dorothy Stengel

For supplies in first and second grade classrooms (except Bonnie Stenehjem's 2nd grade), PTA will be collecting a $12 donation per child from parents to purchase school supplies in bulk for students in these classrooms. PTA members will be in the hallway before school between 7:45 and 8:15 to collect donations the first couple of days of school and during the open house and information night. If donating $12 is a hardship for your family, you can receive a scholarship. A backpack for your student and a lunch box, if your student is not going to each school lunch, will need to be purchased separately.

Supply list for Bonnie Stenehjem's 2nd Grade
Supply lists for 3rd Grade:  Molly O'Brien, Allen Fox, and Lois Polley

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For Bonnie Stenehjem and Molly O'Brien's Classes:

  • 1 sturdy backpack
  • 1 pencil/supply box for storing personal supplies
  • 5 wide-ruled composition notebooks (not spiral)
  • 20 wood pencils (Ticonderoga is best)
  • 1 small hand held pencil sharpener with shavings trap
  • 1 box of skinny Crayola colored markers
  • 1 box of 8 regular sized Crayola markers
  • 2 pink erasers
  • 1 pack of pencil top erasers
  • 1 roll of Scotch brand tape in dispenser
  • 1 box of tissue
  • 1 container of anti-bacterial table wipes
  • 1 sturdy Go-Home folder any design
  • 5 colored pocket folders with brads (red, yellow, orange, blue, green)
  • 1 highlighter
  • 1 package of sticky notes
  • 1 pack of glue sticks
  • 1 roll of paper towels
  • 1 box of crackers or pretzels

Appreciated and Optional Items:

  • 1 box of quart size or sandwich size zip-lock baggies
  • Extra composition notebooks

For Allen Fox's Class:

Basic Supply List, Third grade

The things at the top of the list are most important as we begin the year.

Necessary items

  • A nutritious snack every day, quick, clean, and easy to self-serve
  • Backpack, BIG enough to hold papers, folders, and a coat. 
  • 3 Pocket folders for school papers (like a PeeChee type folder)
  • 3 spiral notebooks - wide ruled
  • Crayons – a box of 24 is fine
  • LOTS of pencils, (sharpened before they arrive at school really helps!).  Look for real wood, good quality pencils like Ticonderoga brand.  You can send a dozen or so to school now, but we’ll need more later in the year.
  • At least one large box of Kleenex to share
  • 2 rolls scotch tape to share
  • Good scissors
  • Large pink erasers or white art erasers
  • Water-based markers, wide or thin or both

    Other helpful items

  • Pencil box or supply box, small to medium size to fit in our little desks
  • 2 large glue sticks
  • White glue
  • Red pencils for editing our writing, maybe a dozen to start
  • Pencil sharpener
  • 3-hole notebook paper
  • Post-it notes

Helpful items to share

  • Extra Snacks to share with the class; non-perishable, nutritious, easy to serve.
  • Zip lock baggies; snack, sandwich, quart, or gallon size
  • Permanent markers, like Sharpies or Flair
  • Extra 3-hole notebook paper


Lois Polley's Classroom:

Necessary items (most important for beginning the year)

Nutritious snack every day, quick and easy to self-serve

  • Backpack, big enough to hold papers, folders, and a coat. 
  • 2, 2-Pocket folders for home/school papers, one I will punch and keep here for class work, so paper works.  But the take-home folder should be sturdier.
  • 4 spiral notebooks - wide ruled, 70-sheet
  • Crayons – a box of 24 is fine
  • LOTS of pencils, (sharpened before they arrive at school!).  Look for real wood, good quality pencils like Ticonderoga brand.  You can send a dozen or so to school now, but we’ll need many more later in the year.  Pencils are pooled for class use.
  • At least one large box of Kleenex to share
  • 2 rolls scotch tape to share
  • Good scissors (Fiskar brand works well)
  • 2 Large glue sticks
  • Large erasers, ‘Magic Rub’ erasers work great
  • 1 Dozen sharpened red pencils for editing our work

Other helpful items

  • Pencil box or supply box, small to medium size to fit in our desks
  • Watercolors (like Prang or Crayola)
  • Water-based markers, wide or thin or both
  • Pencil sharpener (noiseless, no batteries please)

Helpful items to share

  • Zip lock baggies; quart, or gallon size (slide zipper style is great J)
  • Permanent markers, like Sharpies or Flair
  • Three hole notebook paper