801-452-4700 | 370 West 2000 North, Harrisville, UT 84414

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(updated 8/24/21)

The following materials are suggested for each class:

 

Allen

  • Folder
  • Paper
  • Pencils or pens
  • Colored pencils

 

Archuleta

  • Composition notebooks 
  • Loose leaf paper
  • Pencils to last entire year
  • Red pen
  • Scientific calculator (TI-30XIIS or similar)

calculator

  • Dry erase markers
  • Earbuds/headphones
  • Optional: Colored pencils, Protractor, Ruler, Pencil pouch, glue sticks, tape, scissors

 

Astin

  • Daily Class Supplies:
    • Their CHARGED Chromebook
    • Lined paper
    • A folder to keep papers
    • Pens and/or pencils
  • Highly recommended supplies
    • Headphones or earbuds with round plug (to insert into Chromebook).  This will allow students to work at their own pace on their assignments, and not worry about sharing with other students.
    • Colored pencils

        If you could donate clorox wipes and paper towels to our class that would be greatly  appriciated!

 

Aust

  • All students should bring a water bottle to school with their name on it.

Please donate 1-2 of the following items to our classroom to be used communally: 

  • Clorox wipes
  • Baby wipes
  • Non-perishable snacks
  • Capri-suns
  • Bottled water

 

Boucher

  • Composition notebook (the ones with pages that are permanent and don't rip out easily), one subject, 70-100 pgs.
  • Durable plastic folder with 2 pockets
  • Basic calculator (you may use your phone calculator)
  • Colored pencils
  • Metric ruler
  • Red pen for correcting
  • Highlighters (at least 2 different colors)
  • Clear tape or glue sticks for putting papers in your notebook
  • Sticky notes (any color)
  • 1 Box Kleenex tissues
  • 1 Roll Paper towels
  • 1 Container antibacterial wipes 

 

Braun

  • Class donations only:
    • Bag of 50-100 1/4" x 4" hot glue sticks (low temp)
    • Bottle of white or clear liquid glue
    • Box of tissues
    • Gallon-sized Ziploc bags
    • Rolls of 1" masking tape
    • Sheets of sandpaper

 

Doman

  • Notebooks for notes
  • Pencil
  • Folder for papers
  • Charged Chromebook
  • Headphones

 

Fendrick

  • Charged Chromebook
  • Earbuds/headphones
  • Sticky notes (1.5 x 2 or 3 x 3)
  • Pen or pencil
  • Reading book
  • College-ruled composition notebook
  • Highlighters
  • Colored pencils (8th grade)

 

Harrell

  • Composition notebooks 
  • Loose leaf paper
  • Pencils to last entire year
  • Red pen
  • Scientific calculator (TI-30XIIS or similar)

calculator

  • Dry erase markers
  • Earbuds/headphones
  • Optional: Colored pencils, Protractor, Ruler, Pencil pouch, glue sticks, tape, scissors

 

Harris

 

Howell

  • Charged Chromebook
  • Headphones
  • Pencil
  • Paper

 

Iverson

  • Beginner Orchestra

Students may purchase/ order items through a vendor, or check items out through the orchestra department as supplies last. Students on fee-waiver have first priority on school instruments and equipment. After that, items will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

Instrument and equipment for ALL instruments must include the following: case, bow, rosin, soft instrumental cleaning cloth and performance mute

    • Violin or Viola: Shoulder rest required, no exceptions
    • Cello: Rock stop (preferably with strap)
    • Bass: Rock stop
    • String Basics Book 1, Kjos Music Company Publications  (for specific instrument)
    • String Basics Book 2, Kjos Music Company Publications  (for specific instrument)
    • Pencil that fits into the instrument case
    • Tuner and Metronome (Korg is a recommended brand. You can find free application software on smartphone devices and for Chromebook)
    • Music Stand (for home practice and field trips)
    • A music folder, additional materials and sheet music will be provided for students in class. 

*Please encourage students to be responsible in taking care of their instruments and music. Extensive abuse or loss of instrument, equipment or sheet music will result in a replacement/ repair fee. 

  • Advanced Orchestra 

Students may purchase/ order items through a vendor, or check items out through the orchestra department as supplies last. Students on fee-waiver have first priority on school instruments and equipment. After that, items will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

    • Instrument and equipment for ALL instruments must include the following: case, bow, rosin, soft instrumental cleaning cloth and performance mute
    • Violin or Viola: Shoulder rest required, no exceptions
    • Cello: Rock stop (preferably with strap)
    • Bass: Rock stop
    • String Basics Book 2, Kjos Music Company Publications (for specific instrument)
    • Habits of a Successful Middle Level String Musician by Christopher Selby & Scott Rush (for specific instrument)

*We have a limited number of classroom copies available to check out. 

    • Pencil that fits into the instrument case
    • Tuner and Metronome (Korg is a recommended brand. You can find free application software on smartphone devices and for Chromebook)
    • Music Stand (for home practice and field trips)

A music folder, additional materials and sheet music will be provided for students in class. 

*Please encourage students to be responsible in taking care of their instruments and music. Extensive abuse or loss of instrument, equipment or sheet music will result in a replacement/ repair fee.

 

Jackson

  • Charged Chromebook
  • Paper
  • Writing utensils
  • Highlighter
  • Reading book

 

Jensen

  • Social Studies
    • Colored pencils
    • Pen or pencil
    • Paper
    • Charged Chromebook
    • Earbuds
  • Honors History
    • Colored pencils
    • Pen or pencil
    • Paper
    • Charged Chromebook
    • Ear buds
  • History through Film
    • Pen or pencil
    • Paper
    • Charged Chromebook

 

Johnson

  • Composition notebooks 
  • Loose leaf paper
  • Pencils to last entire year
  • Red pen
  • Scientific calculator (TI-30XIIS or similar)

calculator

  • Dry erase markers
  • Earbuds/headphones
  • Optional: Colored pencils, Protractor, Ruler, Pencil pouch, glue sticks, tape, scissors

 

Kynaston

  • Paper
  • Writing utensils
  • Charged chromebook

 

Lee

  • All Classes:  College and Career Awareness (CCA), Business Office Specialist (BOS), Digital Literacy, Teaching as a Profession I (TAP I)
    • Blank Paper (any kind, spiral notebook is fine)
    • Pen and/or pencil
    • Folder to keep your assignments in (2 pocket folders work great!)
    • Headphones/earbuds (optional)

 

Marks

  • Loose Leaf Paper
  • 1 folder
  • Colored pencils
  • #2 Pencils
  • Blue or Black Pen
  • Correcting Pen
  • Highlighter
  • Earbuds
  • Optional: Clorox Wipes, paper towels, and Kleenex

 

Mecham

  • 1 1/2 inch ring binder
  • College ruled paper to put in binder
  • 5 tabs (for each unit we cover)
  • 1 Composition Notebook (no spiral notebooks)
  • Pencil pouch with the following (can be used for all classes):  pencils/pens, eraser, colored pencils, highlighter, black sharpie, glue stick, scissors, calculator, earbuds.
  • Suggested class donations:
    • Disinfectant wipes
    • Kleenex
    • Paper towels

 

Mize

  • Charged Chromebook
  • Earbuds/headphones
  • Writing utensil
  • Reading book

 

Paige

  • Science
    • Marble composition notebook (or similar) for notes
    • Charged Chromebook, with charger cord
    • Loose paper
    • Pen or pencil
    • Access to internet at home/in school
  • Spanish
    • Charged Chromebook, with charger cord
    • One dedicated section/pocket of a 3-ring binder or a folder
    • Pen or pencil
    • Spanish dictionary, paperback or phone app
    • Access to internet at home/in school

 

Parrish

  • Composition notebooks 
  • Loose leaf paper
  • Pencils to last entire year
  • Red pen
  • Scientific calculator (TI-30XIIS or similar)

calculator

  • Dry erase markers
  • Earbuds/headphones
  • Optional: Colored pencils, Protractor, Ruler, Pencil pouch, glue sticks, tape, scissors

 

Richardson

  • Composition notebooks 
  • Loose leaf paper
  • Pencils to last entire year
  • Red pen
  • Scientific calculator (TI-30XIIS or similar)

calculator

  • Dry erase markers
  • Earbuds/headphones
  • Optional: Colored pencils, Protractor, Ruler, Pencil pouch, glue sticks, tape, scissors

 

Robertson

  • Composition notebooks 
  • Loose leaf paper
  • Pencils to last entire year
  • Red pen
  • Scientific calculator (TI-30XIIS or similar)

calculator

  • Dry erase markers
  • Earbuds/headphones
  • Optional: Colored pencils, Protractor, Ruler, Pencil pouch, glue sticks, tape, scissors

 

 Rusch

  • Composition notebooks 
  • Loose leaf paper
  • Pencils to last entire year
  • Red pen
  • Scientific calculator (TI-30XIIS or similar)

calculator

  • Dry erase markers
  • Earbuds/headphones
  • Optional: Colored pencils, Protractor, Ruler, Pencil pouch, glue sticks, tape, scissors

 

Sowby, Shannon

  • Theatre
    • Two different colored pencils or highlighters (doesn't matter which)
    • 1 composition notebook (For taking notes, drawing stage design ideas, and character development notes)
    • 1 Three ring binder (Doesn't matter what size.  Begin to create a portfolio of work, designs, and goals)
    • You should always have something to draw or write with and a willing attitude!!
  • Choir
    • 1 red pencil
    • 1 regular pencil
    • A willingness to try new things and help those around  you!!

 

Tanner

  • Gate-DM
    • Charged Chromebook
  • Manufacturing
    • Charged Chromebook
  • Construction
    • Charged Chromebook

 

Torruellas

  • One pocket-sized Spanish/English dictionary
  • PLENTY of pencils and pens with blue or black ink
  • A few highlighters

 

Wardleigh

  • Ear Buds

 

Waters

  • Paper
  • Pen/pencil

 

Welch

  • Composition notebooks 
  • Loose leaf paper
  • Pencils to last entire year
  • Red pen
  • Scientific calculator (TI-30XIIS or similar)

calculator

  • Dry erase markers
  • Earbuds/headphones
  • Optional: Colored pencils, Protractor, Ruler, Pencil pouch, glue sticks, tape, scissors

 

Wiese

  • Composition notebooks 
  • Loose leaf paper
  • Pencils to last entire year
  • Red pen
  • Scientific calculator (TI-30XIIS or similar)

calculator

  • Dry erase markers
  • Earbuds/headphones
  • Optional: Colored pencils, Protractor, Ruler, Pencil pouch, glue sticks, tape, scissors

 

Wood

  • Advanced Reading
    • School-issued charged Chromebook (to be used upon the teacher’s instruction).
    • A book for reading!
    • A pen or pencil
    • A notebook or binder with 8.5x11 white, lined paper
    • Colored pencils or markers will be necessary for occasional projects.
  • Creative Writing
    • School-issued charged Chromebook (used upon the teacher’s instruction).
    • A pen or pencil.
    •  You will be putting together a writing portfolio, filled with just your writing from this class, so you should plan on bringing a 3-ring binder (at least 1 inch), preferably with a clear cover overlay. This will stay in our classroom.
    •  Plenty of 8.5 x 11 white, lined paper for your writing portfolio / weekly journal writing.
    • Colored pencils or markers will be necessary for occasional projects.
  • English 7
    • School-issued Chromebook (charged).
    • Non-spiral 8.5x11 white, lined paper.
    • Black or blue pens for assignments.
    • A  cardboard folder with pockets (to remain in the classroom).
    • Colored pencils, markers, or crayons for occasional projects.
    • Headphones / earbuds for the chromebook.
    • Reading book for daily school Reading Time (to facilitate student’s Independent Reading requirements).
  • Reading Skills
    • School-issued charged Chromebook
    • Earbuds for Chromebook
    • Pen or pencil.

 

Young

  • CCA
    • Pencil
    • Safety glasses
    • Coloring pencils (basic)
    • Clear scotch tape
    • Scissors
  • Gateway
    • Pen/pencil
  • Manufacturing
    • Pen/pencil
    • Safety glasses

 

Zentz

  • Notebook, spiral or bound
  • Pen or pencil
  • Charged chromebook
  • A positive attitude

 

Parents, if you are struggling or are unable to purchase any of the above items, please talk to your counselor and/or the administration and we'll see how we can help you. We want EVERY child to be prepared when they come to school that first day!

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