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Water Cycle Vocabulary

Water Cycle Unit Vocabulary

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December Book Report

December Book Report

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Rocks and Minerals Vocabulary

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Utah Environment Vocabulary

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Suggested School Supplies

 

  • backpack
  • 1 three ring binder  1″
  • 1 two-pocket folder (hole punched without clasps)
  • extra pencils
  • extra pencil top erasers and/or large pink eraser
  • 1 small pencil sharpener
  • 1 pkg. red pens or correcting pencils
  • 1 zipper pencil pouch
  • colored pencils (24 ct. or 36 ct.)
  • 2 Large Tip  BLACK dry-erase markers (no other colors)
  • 6 Fine Tip  BLACK dry-erase markers (no other colors)
  • Mead Composition notebooks
  •  8 glue sticks
  • school scissors

The following non-instructional items are “appreciated donations“: tissues, disinfectant wipes, paper towels and hand sanitizer.

NOTICE: The items on this list will be used during the regular school day. They may be brought from home on a voluntary basis, otherwise, they will be furnished by the school.

Fieldtrips NOTICE: Monetary/cash donations help us fund field trips and/or other learning activities we feel are important in helping our students grow and develop. You may give those donations to your child’s teacher or drop them off at our school’s office.

 

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Read, Read, Read!

Home reading is an extremely important part of a student’s education. Students should be reading at home for at least 20 minutes five days each week.  Research shows a direct correlation between home reading and academic achievement, so READ, READ, READ!