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School Supply List
 
 
SCHOOL SUPPLIES FOR SKY VISTA MIDDLE SCHOOL
               SCHOOL YEAR 2012-13
 
 
GENERAL SUPPLIES:
2 Boxes of Kleenex                                                  Eraser
¼” graph paper spiral (75-100 sheets)           Glue stick
#2 Pencils                                                      Highlighters
Pens, Blue or Black                                         Protractor
Multiple grading Pens, red or green              Small “Post-its”
Colored pencils or markers                            Metric Ruler                             
 
Additional Supplies for Specific Grades:
   Grade 6:
  • 10 pocket folders
  • 10 college rule, single subject spiral notebooks (needed throughout the year, you can buy them as you need them)
  • Pencil bag
   Grade 7:
  • 4 pocket folders (2 for Lang. Arts + 2 for Social Studies= 4 folders)
  • 7 college rule, single subject spiral notebooks (4 for Math + 2 for Social Studies + 1 for Lang. Arts= 7 spirals)
  • One 1” binder with dividers and college rule, loose leaf notebook paper (for Math)
  • Three (3) 2” binders with dividers and college rule, loose leaf notebook paper for each binder (1 for Lang. Arts + 1 for Social Studies + 1 for Science = 3 binders)
Grade 8:
  • 2 pocket folders (Social Studies)
  • 6 college rule, single subject spiral notebooks (4 for Math + 2 for Social Studies= 6 spirals)
  • One 1” binder with dividers and college rule, loose leaf notebook paper (for Math)
  • Three (3) 2” binders with dividers and college rule, loose leaf notebook paper for each binder (1 for Lang. Arts + 1 for Social Studies + 1 for Science= 3 binders)
  • Page Protectors (Lang. Arts)
  • Compass (8th grade Geometry students)
 
In addition to the above supplies, 7th and 8th grade students will need:
Scientific Calculator (i.e. Texas Instrument, TI-30) If possible, save your proof of purchase from any Texas Instrument calculator and turn it in to your math teacher. 
 
OPTIONAL for all students: Teachers have suggested that students might want to invest in a flash drive for archiving files and for transporting files between school and home.  
 
 
PLEASE NOTE:  This is a general list of supplies that students will use.  Our hope is that you can acquire these supplies throughout the summer at competitive prices.  It is possible that a few other supplies may be needed for specific projects or for specific electives. 
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