School Supplies List 2010-2011

Update: Due to the additional schools on campus, we have decided to go with a unified gym lock policy.  In the gym and swim lockerrooms, only school locks will be allowed.  All students in all schools on campus must use a standardized lock purchased from the school.  You may “rent” it while you are at QC for each school year at a cost of $10, which is a deposit which will be refunded at the end of the year when you turn in your lock.  This policy is instituted for the safety of all students and the security of their items.  Thank you for your cooperation and support.

Please note that all teachers are not yet on staff, so this list is not yet complete.  It will be updated as soon as possible.

All students:

  • 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 $5 each.  Clothing can be purchased from Fine Products– order form is here.
  • Headset with microphone– this will be used for online coursework and language learning.  Due to health concerns, each student must have their own headset.  These will be available for purchase from the school, as a specific model is needed to align with computer software and hardware needs.  Cost $15.  See Mr. McMahon or Mr. Erskine if the cost is prohibitive.

Advisory–All grades, all teachers

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

All Gym classes–Mr. Sklar

  • 2 QC PE t-shirts (purchase from room 306–$10/shirt)
  • Navy, royal or khaki shorts or sweatpants (purchase on your own, must go to the knees)
  • Sneakers, socks
  • $11 for a JHS lock**
  • Gym bag to carry items, including appropriate hygiene items for gym use

6th grade: Ms. Silverstein, Mr. Bush, Ms. Jackson, Ms. Chamblee & Ms. Bender

  • 5 composition notebooks (one for each major subject)
  • 5 two pocket folders in 5 different colors (red, yellow, green, blue and 1 of the student’s choice–those with center fasteners are preferred)
  • Numerous, numerous pens and pencils.  All pens must be in blue and/or black.  Gel pens, metallic inks or other colors are not permitted.
  • Our 6th grade team was just filled and we may add a few more school supplies to this list.  We deeply apologize for any inconvenience.  As you can imagine, we want the best teachers possible for your child, as we are committed to finding the right staff.

All High school students:

  • Graphing calculator (TI-83TI-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.

HS Algebra –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

HS Geometry,  Algebra II, Precalculus–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 (TI-83, TI-84, or comparable)

HS French I,  II, III–Ms. Kim

  • French Dictionary (Collins concise French, 5th ed)
  • 2 composition notebooks (no spirals)
  • 1 two-pocket folder
  • 2 sets of any color 3×5 index cards
  • **pens or pencils

HS Spanish–Ms. Oswald

* Spanish Dictionary (Collins concise Spanish, 6th ed)
* 2 composition notebooks (no spirals)
* 1 two-pocket folder
* 2 sets of any color 3×5 index cards
* pens or pencils

HS Earth Science & Living Environment

Please note that all 9th grade students will take LE, unless they have already taken and passed both the course and the Regents.  In those instances, advanced 9th grade students will enroll in Earth Science.  10th grade students who passed LE with less than an 80 on the Regents will take Earth Science.

  • List will be published by Wednesday, August 4.

HS Living Environment*, Chemistry, Physics, Forensics–Ms. King & Ms. White

*This Living Environment class is only for 10th or 11th grade students who have taken LE previously.  Chemistry is limited to students who have passed LE and the Regents with 80+.  Physics is limited to students who have taken and passed both LE and Chem.

  • 2– three pronged folders with inside pockets for document and showcase portfolios
  • #2 pencils and eraser**
  • 1 notebook, a five-subject notebook is suggested
  • Pens – Blue or Black**
  • Ruler
  • Copy paper
  • 2  Highlighters
  • 1 pk of 3×5 index cards
  • 1  calculator
  • laboratory coat for use while in the lab

HS History–all courses– Mr. Chickrie, Ms. Levien, & Ms. Ciarniello

  • 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

HS English–Ms. Kaufman, Ms. White, Ms. Micillo, Ms. Silverstein, & Ms. Kim:

  • 2 composition notebooks
  • 2″ binder only to be used for English
  • 1 pack of tabbed dividers for the binder
  • **blue/black ballpoint pens only
  • **pencils
  • 2 packs of looseleaf paper
  • 2 highlighters (light colors preferred)
  • **Pink, yellow and green post-it notes
  • **large pack of 3×5 index cards for studying vocabulary

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

  • English dictionary, Houghton Mifflin‘s Webster’s II Dictionary
  • 2 Composition notebooks (no spirals)
  • 1 two-pocket folder
  • A supply of pens or pencils

All Gym classes–Mr. Sklar

  • 2 QC PE t-shirts (purchase from room 306–$10/shirt)
  • Navy, royal or khaki shorts or sweatpants (purchase on your own, must go to the knees)
  • Sneakers, socks
  • Your own lock or $11 for a JHS lock**
  • Gym bag to carry items, including appropriate hygiene items for gym use

HS 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

**Please note that due to safety and health reasons, lockers must all be cleaned out periodically throughout the year.  Purchasing your own lock means that you will need to promptly clean out your locker at those publicized times or the lock will be cut.  This is to ensure that only PE related materials are kept in the lockers at all times.

Music– Ms. Wingate

  • 1 composition notebook
  • 1 two-pocket folder
  • **pencils, erasers
  • suggested–USB drive for music storage
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16 Responses to School Supplies List 2010-2011

  1. Lorianny Herrera says:

    are the school uniforms mandatory???

  2. Mrs. Spivey says:

    Hello, are the students required to be in uniform when they attend oreintation on 9/2/2010, and on that day will they have to bring in all the school supplies purchased??

    • Mrs. Spivey says:

      Hi, Can anyone tell me if the students are required to be in School Uniform the day of student orientation?? When is the parents orientation?? Also, giving the large amount of supplies purchased will the students have to bring them all in on the day of orientation or can they bring it in little by little so that it is not so much to carry at one time??

      • Hi Ms. Spivey,

        I apologize for the delay in answering. I missed the comment. My deepest apologies.

        Students do not need to be in uniform at orientation. They typically wear appropriate clothing of their choice.

        Parents orientation is Tuesday, Sept 14 at 5:30 and the PTA meeting begins at 6:30PM.

        Students should not bring supplies on the date of orientation. They should bring a portion of them to school on Day 1 and bring them in incrementally as needed after that time.

  3. D.J. says:

    Website not working to order uniform. Is their a phone number?

  4. khadija says:

    hi i will be attending QC this year. i would like to know what class are for the 9th graders because am having difficulties with knowing what supply i have to buy for my first year. and one more thing i will like to know is if we students have to wear the same uniform or we wear which of the choices we like but we still have the QC patches on.

    • Hi Khadija,
      Freshmen typically take these classes unless they’ve already taken the Regents: English, Global 9, French or Spanish, Living Environment, Gym, and Integrated Algebra. Some freshmen will be taking Music or Geography & Cultures.

      You do need to wear the same uniform as the rest of the school. The key to uniform at QC is: 1–Khaki or navy pants (no jeans except Fridays); 2 A royal blue, navy blue or white shirt that has a collar and at least 2 buttons.

  5. tiana says:

    hi i will be attending QC this year and i was wondering what classes the 9th graders would take if they have already taken the Regents and also with wearing jeans on Fridays, i was wondering if we are allowed to wear sneakers with them.

  6. Akram says:

    So does that mean we do not have to wear dress shoes everyday.

  7. Akram says:

    Do we have to bring all the supplise on the first day of school or on Monday.

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