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Wishing students and families a refreshing, rejuvenating and relaxing Summer vacation filled with memories and sunshine!  Please see below for incoming 7th grade summer work, and for the school supply list for the 2021-2022 school year. See you in the fall!

 


 

 

Middle School Supply List 2021- 2022



Homeroom supplies -

To remain on student’s desk for personal use (no sharing) and will need to be replenished as needed from home:

  • 2 bottle hand sanitizer (1 to keep in locker to replenish)

  • 2 container antibacterial wipes (1 to keep in locker to replenish)

  • 2 box of tissues (1 to keep in locker to replenish)

  • 1 package loose leaf paper (NOT college ruled)

  • ***1 towel/blanket for sitting on during outdoor learning and outdoor lunch*

  • ***2 cloth masks (any design or color) labeled with the student's name. Mask to be brought home every night and cleaned


School-wide requirement: $20.00 Fee for student homework planner and Gospel Weeklies.


Student Supplies:

Zipper Pouch - Needed for all classes

  • 3 black pens - NO click pens or gel pens. Keep a replacement supply of 12 black pens at home

  • 3 regular #2 pencils w/erasers. Keep a replacement supply of 12 at home

  • 1 hand held sharpener with container for shavings

  • 1 white vinyl or plastic bar eraser

  • 4 highlighters

  • 1 set colored pens

  • 1 Ultra thin black sharpie

  • 1 set earphones or headset to be used with Chromebook

  • Calculator (Casio fx 300 ES or TI 30xa) Grade 6 & Math A classes

  • Graphing Calculator, such as a TI 84 for Accelerated Math B classes

  • 1 Water bottle

  • 1 12 “ ruler with metric

  • 1 roll of scotch tape

  • 1 small stapler with staple supply

  • ***Crate for under desk to house overflow supplies

Art Box – For Art class and other classes as needed. You will need a plastic container 9½ ” or smaller containing:

  • 1 package color markers

  • 1 Fine point black Sharpie

  • 1 package colored pencils (set of 24 or greater recommended)

  • 1 set of assorted paint brushes (recommended: Craft Smart All Purpose 5pc set OR Artist’s Loft Multipurpose 10pc set. Easy to find or order from Michaels)

  • 1 pair of scissors

  • 2 glue sticks

  • 1 box 24 crayons

  • 1 Two-pocket folder in black

  • 9 x12 Sketchbook (8 x10 is acceptable, no newsprint or textured

Text Book Covers - All text books must be covered. Cloth covers must be size LARGE. Use subject color code or various designs that can be quickly recognized for each subject.


Other Subject Area Supplies:

The following supplies are to be color coded by subject. If you can’t find the right color, buy white and color code yourself. Teachers will have color coding labels available.


Language Arts (color code Yellow)

  • 2 marble pads - one for literature and one for LA

  • loose leaf paper

  • 3 packs of Index cards for vocabulary

  • 1 two pocket folder in yellow


Science (color code Green)

  • 1 Green Subject notebook with pockets

  • 1 Green two pocket folder


Math (color code Red)

  • 3 Red subject Notebook with pocket dividers

  • Or a pocket folder in red


Social Studies (color code Blue)

  • One Blue Subject Notebook with folder


Geography (Grades 7 and 8 only) – color code Orange

  • One Orange single subject notebook


Spanish (color code Purple)

  • 1 Purple one-subject notebook

  • 1 two-pocket folder

  • 1 Spanish dictionary - good options are Webster's Spanish-English Dictionary for Students, Merriam-Webster's Spanish-English Dictionary, or Webster's English-Spanish Dictionary, Grades 6 - 12

Music

  • 1 one-subject notebook (recommended with perforated pages which can be removed)

  • 1 two-pocket folder

  • 1 package of colored pencils

*** Items to be determined due to COVID protocols

 

Summer Work for Students Entering Sixth Through Eighth Grade

This year our summer work requirements are a bit different. Saint Bridget School will not be assigning any specific work to be done this summer. We suggest that all children read for pleasure every day. That reading can be books, articles, graphic novels, etc. We suggest each student try to read two books from the attached list, or find two books of your own that you enjoy reading. Remember, try to read every day!

 

We also suggest that students write something about twice per week. Students can write prayers, keep a journal of their summer activities, create stories, compose letters to family and friends, or pen a poem. Any writing is great to do!

 

For math we suggest students find math in everyday activities. Find the range of the temperature in one day, then one week. Use fractions when cooking or baking. Calculating mileage or the cost of an item on sale are other examples. Math is everywhere, can you find it? Don’t forget to practice all your math facts, too. You can use flash cards, websites, or practice books. Use whatever method you like best.

 

The last thing we suggest students do this summer is rest, relax and rejuvenate. It has been a long school year, with many challenges. Summer is a good time to reconnect with the people you haven’t seen in a long time or just unwind at home, vacation, or camp.

Please read the following information from the American Library Association. These are only suggestions. Students are free to choose other books that are of interest to them, and at their reading level.

 

Each year a committee of the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) identifies the best of the best in children's books. According to the Notables Criteria, "notable" is defined as: Worthy of note or notice, important, distinguished, outstanding. As applied to children's books, notable should be thought to include books of especially commendable quality, books that exhibit venturesome creativity, and books of fiction, information, poetry and pictures for all age levels (birth through age 14) that reflect and encourage children's interests in exemplary ways.