Supply Lists

Here are the supply lists, thus far for 2009-2010 classes.  Supply lists for 2010-2011 are posted here.  If you wonder what your child will take next year, click on this post for more clarification.

Your child will receive their schedule by September 8.  Elective supply lists will come out in September, when your child attends classes.

** signifies that your child will need enough to last the entire year

All grades—all classes:

  • USB thumb drive (for storing your child’s work on the laptops–you may find them as low as $7, but they will have less storage capacity)
  • Graphing calculator (TI-83, TI-84, or similar)  I realize this is an expensive purchase, but your child will need this for every math and science class until they graduate from college.  It is the industry standard in calculators.
  • Dress code clothing:  Navy, white or royal button down or polo shirts, with khaki or navy pants or skirts (must go within 1″ of the knee).  Plain color shoes, dress shoes preferred.  Patches on shirts, vests, sweaters and sweatshirts.  Patches are for sale in room 306 for $4 each.

Advisory–All grades, all teachers

  • 1 composition notebook
  • Pens or pencils **
  • Other items as necessary

Algebra  (tentative list)–Mr. Crump & Ms. Ungar

  • **pencils (must be #2 lead)
  • extra lead if it is a mechanical pencil
  • eraser
  • **pens (black or blue)
  • notebook (composition or 1-subject)
  • **graph paper and lined paper (with or without holes both ok)
  • 2 pocket folders
  • ruler
  • Graphing calculator

Geometry & Algebra II–Ms. Ungar & Ms. Wang

  • **pencils (must be #2 lead)
  • extra lead if it is a mechanical pencil
  • eraser
  • pens (black or blue)
  • **notebook (composition or 1-subject)
  • **graph paper and lined paper (with or without holes both ok)
  • 2 pocket folders
  • ruler
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Graphing calculator

French I & II–Ms. Kim

  • French Dictionary (preferable HarperCollins, if you don’t already have one)
  • 3 ring binder separated into: Class notes, Homework, Tests & Quizzes, Vocabulary
  • **Looseleaf for the 3 ring binder
  • 500 3×5 index cards
  • **pens or pencils

Living Environment & Chemistry–Mrs. Daniel, Ms. King & Ms. Ungar

  • 6–#2 pencils and eraser**
  • 1   handheld sharpener
  • 2  Composition notebooks
  • 6   Ballpoint Pens – Blue or Black**
  • 2  Highlighters
  • 1  pk of colored pencils
  • 1  glue stick
  • 1 pk of 3×5 index cards
  • 2 pks of looseleaf
  • 1—2 inch binder
  • 1 pk of Post-It Notes
  • 2  Pocket Folders
  • 3  Ziplock Bags (1 quart)
  • 1  small pk of Construction paper
  • 1 ruler – metric and inches
  • 1  calculator
  • 1 laboratory coat for use while in the lab

Global History 9th & 10th grades– Mr. Erskine, Mrs. Daniel & Mr. Bush

  • 2 pocket folders (1 for fall, 1 for spring)
  • 2 composition notebooks (1 for fall, 1 for spring)
  • **blue/black pens (at least 10 for fall, 10 for spring)
  • Supply of 3×5 index cards for flash cards for studying

9th Grade English:

  • 1″ binder with dividers and 2 pocket folders
  • package of looseleaf
  • supply of blue or black pens
  • multi-color Post It notes (no smaller than 3×3)
  • Suggested: flat hole punch that fits in your binder

10th grade English–Ms. Micillo & Mr. Bush

  • 1—2-inch binder (used only for ELA)
  • 1 pack of tabbed dividers for the binder
  • 2—composition notebooks
  • **Blue/black ball point pens only
  • **Pencils
  • 2 packs of loose-leaf paper
  • 2 highlighters (light colors preferred)
  • Suggested: Large pack of 3×5 index cards for studying vocabulary

English as a Second Language (ESL)–Ms. Kim:

  • 3 ring binder with 5 sections: Class notes, Homework, Tests & Quizzes, Grammar, Vocabulary
  • Bilingual dictionary (English to your language)
  • Composition notebook (no spirals)
  • A supply of pens or pencils

Gym or Weightroom–Mr. Sklar

  • 2 QC PE t-shirts (purchase from room 306–$8/shirt)
  • Navy, royal or khaki shorts or sweatpants (purchase on your own, must go to the knees)
  • Your own lock or $11 for a JHS lock
  • Sneakers, socks
  • Gym bag to carry items, including appropriate hygiene items for gym use

Swim–Mr. Sklar & Ms. Nancy

  • Modest one piece or trunk swimsuit and a towel
  • Your own lock or $11 for a JHS lock
  • Swim goggles and a swim cap recommended (may be purchased at QC $10 goggles, $5 cap)
  • Gym bag to carry items, including appropriate hygiene items for gym use
  • Regular PE clothes for Fitness gram testing

Health–Mr. Sklar

  • One box of pens (only blue or black)
  • One box of pencils (#2 lead)
  • One separate loose-leaf  binder for Health class (a 1-1.5” ring binder  is suggested)
  • Loose-leaf paper for your Health binder**
  • One pocket folder that will remain inside of your binder
  • Additional items as required for projects (at a minimal expense) to be determined.
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5 Responses to Supply Lists

  1. Patricia Heranndez says:

    Is there a way we can purchase patches before the beginning of the school year? Also, Is there any way of determining which phys-ed class my child will be in so that I may purchase the necessary supplies?

    • Dear Ms. Hernandez,

      Thank you for your comment. I apologize it has taken so long to respond as I have been on vacation. As soon as we receive more patches, I will post it on the blog. They are on order, and delivery dates are still pending.

      Additionally, scheduling is nearly complete, but still pending summer school results. Once we know how our summer school students performed the schedule will be finalized and your child may pick up a copy of their schedule. Due to the large labor intensive nature of this task, this will not be complete before Aug 25. Due to our individualized scheduling and emphasis on ensuring each child’s needs are fulfilled without grouping them into middle-school like classes that travel together or without dropping necessary classes for future years, this is a time intensive task. I wish I could get it to you earlier.

      In terms of PE preferences, your child will only receive swimming if s/he listed it as their first or second preference. Our demand for swimming is much higher than the seats we have in the 2 classes. Once I return to NY on 8/9, I will contact you and we can discuss preliminary scheduling for your child.

      Best regards,
      Mrs. Dubei

  2. Mandeep says:

    How do we know what class we’re in?

  3. Mrs Kaur says:

    My child is confused about her schedule that she got at orentation. on tuesdays and thursedays second period she has LE LABS what class should she go on the other days? Should she ask her adviser about this, or do you know.

    Thank You

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