Willyard Elementary School Supply List

Aug 3, 2020

2020-2021 School Supply List

1st Grade Supply List

  • 24 pencils, #2, sharpened

  • 4 boxes crayons (24)

  • 10 glue sticks

  • 1 pair scissors

  • 3 large erasers

  • 5 dry erase markers (Expo, black)

  • headphones

  • 1 composition notebook

  • 4 cans of play doh

  • 3 boxes of tissues 

  • 3 disinfecting wipes

  • 1 supply box

  • 1 ziploc gallon bags

  • 1 ziploc sandwich bags

  • 1 bottle hand sanitizer

  • 1- 1 inch three ring binder

  • 2 yellow highlighters

  • NO PENCIL SHARPENERS

2nd Grade Supply List

  • 2 boxes #2 sharpened pencils

  • 4 boxes of crayons (no more than 24 colors)

  • 1 supply box

  • 8 glue sticks

  • 4 dry erase markers

  • 1- clipboard

  • 1 pair of scissors

  • 3- wide ruled spiral notebooks

  • 1 ruler (inches and centimeters)

  • Headphones

  • 2 folders (no prongs)

  • 2 inch three ring binder

  • Last names A-C – 1 box large 50 count sandwich baggies

  • Last name D-Z -1 box large gallon baggies

  • 3 pack of tissues

  • A-F – 2 large packs of baby wipes unscented/no bleach

  • G-Z-  3 containers of sanitizer wipes

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