SOUTHERN ELEMENTARY SUGGESTED SUPPLY LISTS
Please have all students label all of their supplies. Also, please bring only the supplies listed and nothing more. There is not enough room in the desks for extra items.
Backpack-no wheels, please. (4) pocket folders (cheap ones)
(4) 24 ct. boxes Crayola crayons (reg. size) (1 or 2 small) containers Clorox wipes
(1) small pkg. of black dry-erase markers-skinny ones (3) large boxes of Kleenex
(1) zippered/cloth pencil bag(cheap one) (1) 8 ct. box washable Crayola markers
(2) pkgs. of 4 count glue sticks Tennis shoes to keep in locker for P.E.
(2) boxes Crayola brand crayons (16 or 24 count only) (4) solid colored folders
(1) box yellow #2 pencils and 3 large pink erasers (1) safety scissors
Earbuds (optional) (2) school supply boxes: approx. 5”x8” plastic w/snap lid
(2) boxes of Kleenex (1) backpack-no wheels, please.
(1) container of Clorox disinfecting wipes (1) pkg. Expo markers, thin
(6) glue sticks Tennis shoes to keep in locker for P.E.
(1) wide ruled spiral notebook
(2) boxes crayons - 24 count (No colored pencils) (1) set of inexpensive over-ear headphones
(1) box plain wooden #2 pencils (no Dixon Brand please) (1) backpack (no wheels)
(4) glue sticks (1) box of quart size Ziploc bags
(3) large boxes of facial tissue (4) dry erase markers
Scissors (2) folders
(1) small pencil box) (2) container of Lysol wipes
(1) roll of paper towels (1) 8 to 10 pack of markers (No colored pencils)
3 hand held erasers Tennis shoes to keep in locker for P.E.
(1) box #2 yellow wooden pencils (No pump pencils, please) (1) scissors med. size
(2) boxes of crayons (16 to 24/box) Erasers
(1) plastic pouch for supplies (1) spiral wide ruled 70 pg. notebook
(3) glue sticks (1) container Lysol disinfecting wipes
(2) boxes of family sized Kleenex (1) box colored pencils
(1) box gallon size storage bags (1) box colored markers
(1) box quart size storage bags Tennis shoes to keep in locker for P.E.
(1) 24 count boxes of #2 pencils (4) wide or college ruled notebooks
(2) red & (2) blue pens No trapper keepers or binders, please
Colored pencils (1) large box of Kleenex
Scissors (1) containers Clorox wipes
(3) folders Tennis shoes to keep in locker for P.E.
Erasers (4) individual notebooks
(1) set of highlighters #2 pencils or mechanical pencils
Red & Blue pens (1) binder
Scissors (1) pencil pouch-cloth or plastic
(3) lg. boxes of Kleenex (1) set of inexpensive earphones/headphones
Colored pencils (2) pkgs. of 4 Expo markers
(2) containers of Clorox wipes (1) pkg. of white index cards
(2) folders Tennis shoes to keep in locker for P.E.
(6) individual notebooks (1) small pencil pouch
(2) boxes of #2 pencils (3) containers of Lysol wipes
(1) set of cheap earbuds (1) planner
(3) lg. boxes of Kleenex (2) composition notebooks
(1) box small Ziploc bags (1) box colored pencils
(2) 4 packs of dry erase markers Tennis shoes to keep in locker for P.E.
(1) hand held pencil sharpener w/lid
SOUTHERN SECONDARY SUGGESTED SUPPLY LISTS
The following are suggested supplies for students to have with them on the first day of school. Students at the secondary level have a wide variety of classes. Therefore, different student class schedules somewhat dictate the supplies they may need. A full list of supplies, which are not covered below, will be given to students by each of their classroom teachers on the first day of classes.
Suggested items of all students:
Pens, black or blue ink & red ink
#2 leaded pencil.
At least (2) three ring binders, 2 inch binding
Three ring spiral notebooks of at least 70 pages for each class.
Physical Education Students:
Student in Physical Education classes will need gym shorts, gym t-shirts, gym shoes (for PE use only) and socks and any personal items they need for these classes. (Towels, shampoo, soap, deodorant, athletic supporters, etc.)
Industrial Arts Students:
Students in shop classes are required to purchase any and all items which they will be taking home for personal use. Prior to the beginning of the project the student will need to have purchased all materials which are used in the project should the student be taking home the project upon completion. A cost analysis will be completed by the student under the direction of the instructor and a project contract will need to be signed by the parents prior to the building of the project.
Special Bond Election – September 14, 2021
Vision for the Future:
The board of education has engaged in master planning over the years in an effort to create a vision for learning and to engage in facility projects involving both short-term and long-term planning. With the interest rates at an all-time low and the need for some additions at the Elementary School, the board of education has decided to move forward with a $2.89 million-dollar special bond election in the fall. A successful bond election would create an annual bond levy of 4.5 cents, for 20 years, based on the district’s current valuation. A successful bond election would provide the district with $2.89 million dollars for a new gym at the Elementary School, a new playground area at the Elementary School, provides the district with the ability to fix drained issues around the Elementary School building, and two new classroom additions at the Elementary School that would be used as preschool classrooms. I have included 2 information brochures about the proposed project and provided the Bond Election Timeline below.
Informational Brochures/Bond Election Presentation:
Bond Election Timeline:
July 12, 2021
Board Passes a Bond Resolution
July 23, 2021
Resolution filed with Gage County Election Commissioner
August 12, 2021
5:00 p.m. Public Informational Meeting @ Elementary School
September 1, 2021
7:00 p.m. Public Informational Meeting @ Elementary School
September 14, 2021
Special Bond Election (Mail-In Election)
Questions about the Special Bond Election:
Submit questions, ideas, and clarifications via phone or email to:
Contact: Dr. Christopher Prososki