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1385 Highway 77
Seabrook, NJ 08302         
Phone: 856-455-2267
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School Supplies List 2018-19
List of School Supplies needed for the upcoming school year 18-19!!!






Fourth Grade Supply List


  1. Back pack/Book bag
  2. 5 sturdy pocket folders (1 each of red, green, blue, yellow, and purple)
  3. A1 or 1 ½ inch binder with dividers
  4. Single subject, wide ruled spiral notebook
  5. Pencils (lots)
  6. Erasers
  7. Pens (not black)
  8. Colored pencils (**hint: buy 2 packs and save one for Jan.)
  9. Highlighters
  10. 2 marble composition books (hard cover)
  11. 4 boxes of tissues
  12. A couple of (clean) socks
  13. Markers or crayons
  14. Stickee notes (see **hint above)
  15. Glue stick (see **hint above)
  16. Dry erase markers
  17. Ear buds or headphones
  18. Scissors
  19. Small pencil sharpener
  20. **Please note:  There is no room for Trappers or
  21. pencil boxes in our desks.  A pencil case or pouch works better.

Suggested Shopping List for 5th Grade

Dear Fifth Grade Student,

Below you will find a list of materials that your 5th grade homeroom teacher has suggested you purchase for the 2018-2019 school year.  It is our wish that you don’t spend unnecessarily.  Most of these items can be purchased at Wal-Mart, Big Lots, Target, and/or a dollar store during the “Back to School” sales.  If you have difficulty finding these items, or have problems with the cost, please just write the teacher a note in the beginning of the school year.  This list is intended to make shopping easier, so that you won’t have to buy extra unneeded supplies.  We look forward to working with you in the fall!

Thank you for your cooperation.


The Fifth Grade Team


All 5th grade teachers require these items:

  1. 4 Double Pocket Folders
  2. 1” Three Ring Binder
  3. Pencils (You must have at least 2 sharpened pencils every day.)
  4. Pencil Sharpener
  5. Zipper Pencil Pouch (bag style)
  6. 1 Pack of Dividers
  7. Dry Erase Markers
  8. 3 Boxes of Tissues for the Classroom
  9. Sweater or Sweatshirt to leave in school (our room temperatures vary)
  11. 1 Composition Book
  12. 1 Spiral Notebooks
  13. Loose-Leaf Lined Paper with Holes – 2 Packs 
  14. A Pack of Post-its


Optional Supplies:

  1. Colored Pencils, Crayons, or Markers
  2. Glue Sticks
  3. Highlighters (multicolored)
  4. Black Sharpie (Ultra Fine Tip





General necessities:

  1. White lined wide ruled notebook paper with holes (for both binders)
  2. Earbuds
  3. Pencils - Two sharpened everyday
  4. Highlighters - Yellow
  5. Colored pencils
  6. Black fine line marker - At least two
  7. Blue or Black pens - No red pens, colored pens, or gel pens!
  8. Two, 1 ½ or 2 inch Binders/Portfolios (NO Black) MUST HAVE METAL RINGS : suggestion is two different colors with your name and subject on the front (Science/Math & Social Studies/LA/Reading).
  9. Dividers for both binders (3 packages total)
  10. Pencil Bag (not a pencil box)
  11. Box of tissues for homeroom



  • TI-30X IIS calculator


  • (3) Sticky Notes/Post-it Notes (3x3)


  • One marble composition book
  • Glue Sticks


  • Single Subject Notebook (paper)
  • Folder with pockets to hold all Spanish materials
  • English/Spanish Dictionary

Please Keep in Mind:

  • Book bags cannot be carried from class to class.
  • Do not purchase a large book bag with wheels. It will not fit in the locker.
  • NO Trapper Keeper Notebooks. They do not fit in lockers
  • NO Liquid White Out



Dear Parents,

          Welcome to the sixth grade at Woodruff School.  We are excited for another successful year!  As a sixth grade team we value the importance of organization, determination, and education while in sixth grade.  Our goal is to create independent learners who have a value in their education.  Through this transition we would like students to take pride in their work and organization and by the end of sixth grade needing less support by parent and teachers. Simple things like keeping your locker organized, writing homework in your agenda, and studying, can ensure a child’s success in the sixth grade.  In this transition, they are developing life long skills of organization and self-determination.

          Please review the supply list and understand that we are looking for your child to be organized each and every day. With the addition of chrome books, we have now condensed the supply list.


 Your Partners in Learning,


  The Sixth Grade Team





Ear Buds for the Chrome Books



  1. 2” plastic binder (used just for science class)
  2. 5 Dividers with pockets
  3. Spiral bound notebook (70-100 pages)
  4. White loose leaf notebook paper
  5. Pencil/pen (blue or black) every day of class ( a lot of them)



  1. 2plastic binder (used just for math class)
  2. 5 Dividers with pockets
  3. White loose leaf notebook paper
  4. Pencils every day of class
  5. Texas Instruments TI-30X IIS calculator
  6. A pack of dry erase markers



  1. Folder labeled “Reading”
  2. Loose leaf paper
  3. Post-it Note flags
  4. Highlighters
  5. 1 pack of 3 x 5 index cards
  6. One box of tissues (class donation)


Language Arts:

  1. 2” plastic binder (used just for language arts class)
  2. 5 dividers with pockets
  3. White loose leaf notebook paper
  4. Composition Book
  5. One box of tissues (class donation)
  6. Pencil/pen (blue or black) every day of class


Social Studies:

  1. Heavy folder or binder (used just for social studies class)
  2. Sharpie
  3. Pen/pencil every day of class



  1. Folder
  2. Spiral bound notebook
  3. Pencil every day of class
  4. Recommended- English/Spanish Dictionary



  1. Spiral notebook
  2. Two pocket folder
  3. Highlighter and a pen/pencil every day of class




All classes:

  • Earbuds- an inexpensive pair just for school use



  1. A three ring binder (1 ½ or 2 inch)
  2. Dividers (5 sections)
  3. Pencils
  4. TI-30XIIS calculator (optional)
  5. Zip up pencil pouch for the 3-ring binder
  6. Ruler


Language Arts:

  1. Black ink pens (pencils, especially mechanical ones, are discouraged)
  2. 2 Pocket Folder (for use in taking home work)
  3. Wireless mouse for Chromebook (optional if student prefers using mouse over touchpad)


Social Studies:

  1. A three ring binder (1 or 1½ inch)
  2. Notebook paper
  3. Pencils
  4. Highlighters
  5. Blue pens



  1. Spiral Notebook for notes – NO Composition Books – (used ONLY for Science)
  2. Folder (used ONLY for Science)
  3. Pencils
  4. Colored Pencils



  1. Spiral notebook
  2. Folder with two pockets
  3. Pencils
  4. Highlighter




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