Taylorville Junior High School 2015 - 2016 School Supply List Registration – Monday, August 10, 2015 - 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 11, 2015 – 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, August 12, 2015 – 12:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Fees – Grade 5 - $70.00 Grades 6-8 - $95.00 (Includes $25 Technology Fee) 5th Grade General Supplies 1 Box Crayons, 16 per box or larger 1 Box Colored pencils 1 Box Fine-line markers, assorted colors 4 Dry-erase whiteboard markers, any color 4 #2 Lead pencils with erasers, plain yellow* (NO mechanical pencils) 1 Pink eraser 2 Erasable ball point pens, black and blue 1 Pair Scissors, 5" with points 6 Two-pocket folders 1 Pkg. Loose-leaf notebook paper, white, wide-ruled, with margins 1 Spiral notebook, white, wide-ruled, with margins, 80 sheets 1 pair earbuds 2 Box Tissues, 200 count 1 Pkg. Disinfectant wipes, any brand NO Trappers, NO 3-ring binders 6th Grade General Supplies Notebook paper #2 pencils Blue or black pens Red ink pen Ruler- Must have both 12 inch/30 cm Calculator (preferably Texas Instruments TI-30XA) Small scissors Colored pencils (12 count) Elmer’s glue (small bottle) 2 boxes of tissues 1 pair earbuds

7th Grade General Supplies Notebook paper Black or blue ink pens, #2 lead pencils with erasers Calculator (preferably Texas Instruments TI-30XA) Folders with pockets for each class Colored pencils (12 count) 2 boxes of tissues 1 – 3 or 5 subject spiral notebook 1 – 1 subject spiral notebook 1 pair earbuds 8th Grade General Supplies Notebook paper 3 one-subject notebooks Narrow ruled paper for language arts Black or blue ink pens #2 lead pencils with erasers Calculator (preferably Texas Instruments TI-30XA) 2 boxes of tissues 2 composition notebooks (math) 1 composition notebook (9 ¾”x7 ½” 100 pgs.) (literature) 1 pair earbuds P.E. Supplies (6th through 8th Grade) Gold T-shirt Purple shorts, capris or sweat pants (cut-offs must be hemmed) Socks (any color) Tennis shoes with laces (any color, but must be skid resistant) Optional: Sweatshirt/sweatpants, any color – for outside

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