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posted Sep 16, 2016, 9:18 AM by Mary Lakin


Supply Lists 2016-2017

posted Jun 11, 2016, 7:10 PM by Mary Lakin   [ updated Jul 11, 2016, 4:21 PM ]

Kindergarten

2 big pink erasers
1 pack of 24 pencils, sharpened
1 pack of 4 Expo dry erase black markers
4 fat glue sticks
4 boxes of 24 Crayola crayons
1 plastic crayon box- Labeled with student’s name
1 three-ringed pencil bag- cloth with clear plastic front
1 primary writing journal
1 pair of Fiskar scissors
1 box of tissue
1 beach/large towel from home (used for napping/reading)
1 backpack (no wheels)
$10.00 Donation

Teacher Wish List:
1 bottle of Germ-X
1 roll of paper towels
1 package of baby wipes
1 container of Clorox wipes- Large size

First Grade

1 – Crayon Box
2 – Crayons (24 count)
1- pack of markers
1 – safety scissors
1 – zipper pencil pouch
2 – packs of pencils pre-sharpened
4 – glue sticks
4 – black dry erase markers
2 – big pink erasers
1 – 1 inch 3 ring binder
1 – pack of Post-It notes
1 – primary writing tablet
2 – Kleenex
$10 donation

Teacher Wish List (optional)
1 – Germ-X
1 – Clorox Wipes
1 – container baby wipes
1 – box of gallon Ziploc bags

Second Grade

6 - composition notebooks
1 - pencil box
4 - boxes of Crayola crayons
5 - boxes of Ticonderoga pencils
1 - pack of markers
4 - glue sticks
2 - dry erase markers
2 - packs of cap erasers
2 - highlighters
1- pack of construction paper
1 - pair of ear buds or headphones (Inexpensive ones, Dollar Tree )
1 - hand sanitizer
1 - box of tissues
$ 10 donation

Third Grade

1 – zippered pencil pouch
4 – dozen Ticonderoga pencils
1 – 3 pack of Pentel white erasers
6 – composition notebooks
1 – pack of yellow highlighters
2 – crayons (24 count)
2 – Kleenex
1 – Clorox wipes
2 – rolls of paper towels
1 – baby wipes
2 – 3 x 3 Post-It notes
2 – packs Post-It flags
1 – pair scissors
4 – jumbo glue sticks 
1 pair earbuds
$10.00 donation


4th Grade

2 or 3 inch binder
1 inch binder
Pencil pouch
Portfolio folders (no prongs, just pocket folders)
4 composition notebooks
2 packs wide-ruled paper
wooden pencils at least 4 dozen
Package of 4 dry erase markers
Post It notes 3x3 size
Highlighters
4 glue sticks
Cap erasers
1 pack of markers
Germ X
Tissues
Paper Towels
Ear Buds (not optional)
$10.00 donation

5th Grade

6 packs of wide ruled paper
4 plastic folders with prongs and pockets
1 large spiral notebook (math)
2 composition notebooks
1 set of earbuds ($1 at dollar tree)
Highlighters (4 color pack)
24 pencils(ticonderoga)
1 pack sticky notes
Clorox wipes
2 rolls of paper towels
1 box of Kleenex
1 box of large zip-lock bags
1 liquid soap
$10.00 Classroom Donation

Pencils and paper will need to be replenished throughout the school year.




FREE TUTORING ASSISTANCE

posted Dec 1, 2014, 9:42 AM by Janet Turner

HOMEWORK ALABAMA OFFERS FREE ONLINE TUTORING K-12

SUNDAY - THURSDAY 3:00 P.M. - 10:00 P.M.

GOOGLE: HOMEWORK ALABAMA

FREE & REDUCED LUNCH FORMS AVAILABLE DURING THE YEAR

posted Dec 1, 2014, 9:40 AM by Janet Turner   [ updated Dec 1, 2014, 9:44 AM ]

If you have a change in your family such as a loss of job, 

addition to your family, etc. FREE & REDUCED LUNCH 

FORMS are available anytime during the year.  Pick up 

forms in the office



FREE BEANS AND RICE

posted Oct 7, 2014, 11:45 AM by Janet Turner   [ updated Feb 16, 2015, 10:37 AM by Mary Lakin ]

Free Beans and Rice is available with no qualifying or any other information required.

Every third Saturday of the month at Grace Episcopal Church, 305 Arnold St. NE, Cullman, at the back of the church building, under the covered walkway, come through the double-glass doors. 

Everyone welcome!

Box Tops

posted Sep 22, 2014, 10:23 AM by Mary Lakin

We collect Box Tops for Education to earn money for our school. Each label is worth ten cents.  Please clip and send to school. Click here to see a list of participating products. Just put them in a sandwich bag or envelope.  To help your younger child with math, count and place 50 in each bag.  You can send any amount, any time.  We  received about $1,500 worth of box tops last year. Please remember to clip them and ask your friends and relatives to save them for us.  We can send you a container if you need one.  Please check the Box Tops website to enter for bonus tops or to check for merchants that give points: www.boxtops4education.com; we have received a number of points that way.

Student Drop-off and Pick-up

posted Sep 8, 2011, 1:49 PM by Mary Lakin   [ updated Aug 18, 2014, 2:28 PM ]

Please remember that student drop-off for breakfast is in the outside lane of the high school near the lunch room. They will need to be there by 7:30 so that they have time to eat and get to class on time.

 If your child will not be eating breakfast at school, they will be dropped off on Bulldog Lane.  The gate opens at 7:25 each morning.  Students will go directly into the gym, where they are supervised.

In the afternoon, they will go to the gym and parents line up on Bulldog Lane.  Please make sure you have your car tag in the windshield to pick up your students. 


If you need to change the way your child is picked up in the afternoon, please be sure to call before 2:00.  After that, the office is often hectic. When students are on the bus, it is difficult to get them off.

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