Middle School Supply Lists

Middle School Supply Lists

6th Grade Supply List 2019-2020

Pencil pouch (with three ring holes to go in binder) or box

1 - 1.5" 3-ring binder

3—3 subject spiral notebooks, college ruled, least 150 pages

4 -1 subject spiral notebooks, college ruled, least 70 pages

48- #2 pencils (Ticonderoga only) or Mechanical pencils and   0.7mm lead for them

24 count box Colored pencils (2 boxes)

1 black extra fine sharpie pen

1 black fine tip sharpie pen

3—Dry Erase markers

1 personal pencil sharpener with cover

2 Pink Pearl erasers

4 red correcting pens

2 bottles of Elmer's white school glue

6 glue sticks

2 pkgs 3 hole punched college-ruled notebook paper

1 package graph paper 

4 highlighters

2 pkgs. Crayola Markers (1 wide tip, 1 fine tip)

2 Scissors

5 packs Post-It notes

1—12” ruler Metric and Standard measurements

Calculator—basic functions only, + -x÷

Textbook cover—jumbo, cloth, stretchable

Headphones or ear buds in Ziploc bag

2 boxes Kleenex

2 tubs Clorox/Lysol disinfecting wipes

Thumb drive

 

BPS Supply List -7th Grade

  • One 2” binder

  • College ruled loose leaf paper

  • 5 Binder tab dividers

  • Pencils

  • Glue sticks

  • Ball point pens 

  • A ruler with metric and regular (imperial) measurements

  • Colored pencils/pens

  • Highlighters

  • Reusable water bottle

  • 2 folders with pockets

  • 6 notebooks - see below:

 

6 Notebooks:

  • 2 composition books (for Field Notes and a writer’s notebook)

  • 2 notebooks with graph paper (for math and science)

  • 2 spiral notebooks, 1 with pockets (for communications and LTI - Learning through Interests)

 

Odds and ends that really come in handy:

  • Tissues 

  • Clear tape

  • Post-it Notes

  • Erasers

  • Scissors

  • Compass (the drawing tool)

  • Scientific calculator - helps limit cell phone use

 

We will frequently travel to the Burien Library to check out books. If your 7th grader does not have a current King County Library card, please take a few minutes to complete an application online:

http://www.kcls.org/usingthelibrary/librarycards/cardapplication.cfm

HBPS 8th Grade Supply List (2019-2020)

Hi Families. 

Here’s a supply list for the upcoming year. Most of these things should be easy to find where school supplies are sold. If you have problems finding anything or have questions, feel free to email (Joshua.medaris@highlineschools.org).

  • 2” binder with multiple dividers

Or

  • Expanding file folder - Some students find this easier to use. 

Example: https://www.amazon.com/Smead-Expanding-Pockets-Closure-70863/dp/B0002LCUZK/ref=zg_bs_1069596_3?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=2TS877TKJWS1VWF842D2

  • College ruled loose leaf paper

  • Pencils/pens

  • Ruler with metric and regular (imperial) measurements

  • Spiral notebook with graph paper. This is a regular sized 11” X 9” spiral notebook, but it has graph paper in place of lined paper.

Example: https://www.amazon.com/Five-Star-Notebook-Subject-06190AA4/dp/B07C4DYLY3/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=spiral+notebook+with+graph+paper&qid=1563843694&s=office-products&sr=1-3

  • Scientific calculator - This year, phones will not be allowed to be used as calculators during our QR time. There are several reasonably priced calculators available where school supplies are sold.

Example 

https://www.amazon.com/Casio-Scientific-Calculator-FX-260-SOLARII-S-IH/dp/B071R3H9WB/ref=sr_1_12?keywords=calculator&qid=1563843959&s=office-products&sr=1-12

Odds and ends that really come in handy:

  • Facial tissues

  • Clear tape

  • Post-it notes

  • Snacks!