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Lonoke School District Supply lists

Lonoke School District

www.lonokeschools.org

Central Office

401 W. Holly St.

Lonoke, AR 72086

501-676-2042

Fax: 501-676-7074

Lonoke Primary School

Grades Pre-K through 2

800 Lincoln St.

Lonoke, AR 72086

501-676-3839

Fax: 501-676-3726

Lonoke Elementary School

Grades 3-5

900 W. Palm St

Lonoke, AR 72086

501-676-6740

Fax: 501-676-7088

Lonoke Middle School

Grades 6-8

1100 W. Palm St.

Lonoke, AR 72086

501-676-6670

Fax: 501-676-7013

Lonoke High School

Grades 9-12

401 W. Academy St.

Lonoke, AR 72085

501-676-2476

Fax: 501-676-3716

Lonoke CORE

Committed to Other Routes of Education

Carver Campus

500 East Locust

Lonoke, AR 72086

501-676-7066

Lonoke Primary School Supply lists

Pre-Kindergarten

4 boxes of 24-count Crayons

Fiskar scissors

1 bottle of glue

Jumbo washable markers

12 sticks of Stick glue

Watercolor paint (Prang works best)

Expo dry erase marker

1 inch- 3 ring binder

1 package of 50 page protectors

1 box of Kleenex

Wet wipes

Paper towels

Disinfecting wipes

3-hole pencil pouch. Clear window on side

Small (spacemaker) school box

Towel for nap time

Extra clothes in a gallon Ziploc bag (including underwear clearly marked with child’s name)

Boys: Small paper plates

Girls: Large paper plates

Kindergarten

5 8-count boxes of Crayola crayons. NO jumbo or fluorescent.

1 pair Fiskar scissors

10 number 2 pencils

4 large Elmer’s glue sticks or 16 small Elmer’s glue sticks

2 large black dry erase EXPO markers. Please buy this and color because they last longer.

1 backpack- large enough to hold a folder – NO ROLLERS

1 towel, (with name) NO MATS, PILLOWS, OR TOYS

1 package of large erasers (not pencil tops)

2 bottle hand sanitizer

1 large box Kleenex

1 container of Lysol/Clorox disinfecting wipes

1 box zipper bags (quart size)

1 package white lunch sacks

Girls: 1 refill baby wipes, 1 roll paper towels and 1 Prang water color set.

Boys: 1 hand soap, 1 box gallon zipper bags and 1-4 count package of Play-Doh.

Please send a change of clothes in a ziploc bag. It will be kept in your child’s backpack in case your child has an accident.

First Grade

1 boxes of 24 number 2 pencils

5 boxes of 24-count Crayola-brand crayons

8 jumbo glue sticks

1 package of cap erasers (30 count or larger)

6 dry erase markers (black)

Fiskar scissors

3 boxes of Kleenex

2 8 oz. bottles of Germ-X

1 box of gallon freezer bags

1 package colored copy paper (any color)

Backpack

3 pronged folders (red, yellow, green, purple, blue)

2 composition notebooks

Girls: small paper plates and baby wipes

Boys: large paper plates and Lysol wipes

Students will need to pay $2 for the parent-teacher communicator folder.

Students will need to pay $4 for Science/S.S weekly readers.

Second grade

4 composition notebooks (any color) Not spiral bound

2 plastic folders with prongs

1 pair of scissors

24 pencils

4 boxes of crayons

1 boxes of markers

12 small glue sticks

2 boxes Kleenex

1 bottle of Germ-X

3 pink stick erasers

Backpack —no wheels

Boys: gallon Ziploc bags

Girls: quart Ziploc bags

Lonoke Elementary School Supply lists

Third grade

4 Folders with brads and pockets (1 red, 1 blue, 1 purple and 1 yellow) Please do not label these folders with names

1 1-inch three-ring binder

1 package of dividers (at least 5 in the package)

2 packages wide ruled notebook paper

2 packages of pencils

2 boxes of crayons

4 glue sticks

1 box of markers

2 highlighters

2 packages of cap erasers

2 spiral notebooks (one will be for music)

2 dry erase markers

2 boxes of tissue

1 bottle of hand sanitizer

2 rolls of paper towels

Items for donations: Clorox wipes, glitter or artsy supplies, extra glue sticks and construction paper.

Fourth grade

2 packages wide rule paper

2 packages of 24 count pencils

2 boxes of 24 count crayons

Scissors

2 Jumbo glue sticks

1 package of cap erasers

1 package of markers

1 package of dry erase markers

1 1/2 inch binder with pockets (any color for literacy)

1 1/2 inch binder with pockets (blacks for math)

1 inch binder with pockets (any color for science/social studies)

2 folder (any color) with prongs and pockets (for literacy)

1 red folder with pockets and prongs (for science)

1 yellow folder with pockets and prongs (for social studies)

7 composition notebooks (literacy, math, science, social studies)

1 package of dividers (math)

Boys: 1 bottle of hand sanitizer and 1 box of Ziploc bags

Girls: 2 rolls of paper towels and 2 boxes of Kleenex

Fifth Grade

3 composition notebooks (100 pages. Any color)

5 pocket folders with prongs

4 packages of wide ruled filler paper

1 three-ring binder (1 inch)

1 package tab dividers for binder

4 packages of number 2 pencils (24 count or larger)

24 count of Crayola crayons (Please no more than 24)

1 package of 4 dry-erase markers

4 jumbo glue sticks

1 box of colored pencils

4 boxes of Kleenex

2 rolls of paper towels

2 bottle of Germ-X

Pencil box or pencil bag

Backpack of your choice

Boys: 1 package white copy paper

Girls: Lysol wipes

Please do not bring bottled glue, trapper keepers or big binders, markers or sharpies

Lonoke Middle School Supply lists

Sixth Grade

4 packages of pencils (1 per subject)

4 packages of paper (1 for literacy, 3 for other classes)

1 1/2 inch three-ring white binder (Math)

3 package of binder dividers (Math, science and social studies)

3 pronged folders with pockets (2 for literacy and a homework folder)

2 composition notebooks (literacy and math)

2 one inch binder (social studies and science)

2 package of small sticky tabs (not post-it-notes) (literacy)

1 package of at least 4 expo markers (math)

1 package of red pens (literacy)

3 large boxes of Kleenex (turn in to science)

Clorox wipes (turn in to science)

Hand sanitizer (turn in to science)

Seventh Grade

Literacy

1 composition notebook (small. kept in class)

1 1/2-inch binder (no bigger)

2 packages of number 2 pencils

1 package of Post-it-notes

1 package of index cards

1 package of five dividers

Social Studies

3 pocket folders with three prongs

1 package of loose leaf paper

1 package of two yellow highlighters

1 package of colored pencils

2 package of number 2 pencils

Science

1 1/2 inch binder

1 package of five dividers

1 package color pencil

2 packages of number 2 pencils

1 package washable markers

Math

1-inch binder

1 package of five dividers

1 four-pack of dry erase markers

1 composition notebook

1 package of loose leaf paper

2 packages of number 2 pencils

2 pocket folders with prongs

Students will need the following supplies in all classes: (Items should be replaced as needed): Pencils and erasers, ink pens (blue or black ink only), notebook paper and highlighters.

All students should bring four large boxes of Kleenex. Girls should bring Clorox wipes and boys should bring hand sanitizer. (These will be collected by Lonnie Davis and distributed for student use in all seventh grade classrooms). The Kleenex will need to be replenished second semester.

Eighth grade

Literacy

1-inch binder

1 package of five dividers

1 3-pronged folder with pockets

1 composition book

Math

Calculator (TI 83 or TI 84 recommended but not required

Graph paper

2-inch binder

1 package of dividers

1 package of number 2 pencils

Ruler

1 package of post-it notes

Social Studies

1-inch binder

1 package of five dividers

Science

1-inch binder

1 three-prong folder with pockets

1 package of colored pencils

Keyboarding

1 three-prong folder with pockets

Career orientation

1-inch binder

2 glue sticks

1 package of eight dividers

1 package of markers

Items above in bold will be turned into the teacher and kept in the classroom.

Students will need the following items in all classes, which should be replaced as needed: Pencils and erasers (preferably wooden pencils) blue or black pens and notebook paper.

Girls need to bring two large boxes of Kleenex. Boys should bring 1 large box of Kleenex and 1 large container of Clorox wipes. (These will be collected by the science teacher and distributed to all eighth grade classrooms).^

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