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Homer High School

Registration dates: Thursday, Aug. 12 — new student registration from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

School start/end times: 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.

Principal: Douglas Waclawski – 907-235-4600 – dwaclawski@kpbsd.k12.ak.us

Secretary: Cindy Koplin – 907-235-4601 – ckoplin@kpbsd.k12.ak.us

Supply list:

Binder (the zip-up kind is recommended), 2 spiral notebooks, 2 folders with pockets, pens and pencils.

After the first day of classes you will know what other supplies you need for specific classes, such as calculators, etc.

Homer Flex School

Registration dates: Aug. 12. Call 907-235-5558 to schedule an appointment

School start/end times: 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.

Principal: Christopher Brown, cbrown@kpbsd.k12.ak.us

Secretary: Beth Schneider, eschneider@kpbsd.k12.ak.us

Phone: 907-235-5558

Homer Middle School

Registration dates: 9 a.m. to noon, 1-3 p.m. on Aug. 12

School start/end times: 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.

Principal: Kari Dendurent, kdendurent@kpbsd.org

Secretary: Marilyn Wythe, mwythe@kpbsd.org

Phone: 907-235-5700

Supply list:

Seventh grade

* Colored pencils (set of 12) (Health/Social Studies & Art)

* 3-ring binder with 5 dividers and zipper (Only to be used in Math)

* Pencils with erasers (Every class)

* Pencil pouch

* Ruler (metric and inches) (Math, Science)

* Solar powered scientific calculator (Math)

* Blue or black ballpoint pen (Every class)

* Red ballpoint pen (Math)

* Scissors (Science, Social Studies)

* Glue stick (Science, Social Studies)

* Highlighter (slim, 3 or 4 assorted colors) (Language Arts)

* Notebook paper (regular 3-holed punched, no spiral paper) (Math, Science)

* 1 box pencils will remain in classroom (Language Arts))

* 4-6 Rigid composition books (Science, Math, Ancient Civ and Language Arts)

* 6-inch ruler with inches and centimeters (Math)

* Protractor (Math)

Eighth grade

* 5 composition book single subject (Language Arts), Science, Social Studies, Health)

* 3 ring binder

* Loose-leaf paper (not paper from a spiral book) (Math)

* Pencil pouch to fit into notebook (Math)

* Pencils with erasers (Every class)

* Blue or black pens (Every class)

* Red pen (Math)

* Highlighters (requisite pink, yellow and green) (Language Arts)

* Solar powered scientific calculator (Math, Science)

* 6-inch ruler with inches and centimeters (Math)

* Protractor (Math)

* Colored pencils (Health, Social Studies, Language Arts), Science and Art)

* 5 Glue stick (Health, Social Studies, Language Arts), Science and Math)

* ¼-inch graph paper (Math and Science)

* Earbuds

Physical Education (shorts and shirt will be provided to every student)

* Indoor shoes

* Deodorant and/or other personal hygiene items

* Sweats / hat / gloves

* Outdoor shoes

* Water bottle

Art Class

* Spiral 9-inches-by-11-inches or 9-inches-by-12-inches sketch book

* 1 Sharpie

* 1 Extra fine Sharpie

* Erasers

West Homer Elementary

Registration dates: Ends today, Thursday, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

School start/end times: 8 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

Principal: Eric Waltenbaugh, EWaltenbaugh@KPBSD.k12.ak.us

Secretary: Kristin Metz, KMetz@KPBSD.k12.ak.us

Phone: 907-235-5750

Supply list:

All grades

Please provide safe and easy to put on physical education shoes that will remain indoors at school. Labeling with name on

heel is helpful. Gym shoes must not mark floor.

Third grade

$10 craft fee

Backpack w/child’s name on it

Erasers 2

Dry Erase Marker—low odor Expo— 1 pack

Glue Sticks (5 large)

Markers

Notebook Spiral bound wide rule (3 each)

Pencil Box or Ziploc Bag

Two dozen No. 2 pencils

Pencils (1 box colored pencils)

Scissors

Water bottle w/child’s name

Quart Ziploc bags 1

Gallon Ziploc bags 1

Non-marking shoes for PE

Fourth grade

$10 craft fee

Backpack w/child’s name

Pencil Top Erasers

Dry Erase Markers low odor Expo-1 pack of 3

Glue Stick (1 large, Avery brand is best)

Highlighters: Green, yellow, and pink

Headphones (optional)

Markers and/or colored pencils

Notebooks Spiral (3) – wide ruled

Pencil Box or Bag

Pencils (two dozen of No. 2 lead-Ticonderoga)

Pencil Sharpener (1 sturdy handheld style)

Scissors (w/cutting surface of at least 3 inches)

Water bottle w/child’s name

3 folders with bottom pocket

Boys – Kleenex (3 box)

Girls – Clorox Disinfectant Wipes – 1 container

Boys – 1 box sandwich Ziploc bags

Girls – 1 box gallon Ziploc bags

Fifth grade

$10 craft/activity fee

Clorox Disinfectant Wipes – 1 container

Erasers- large pink

Dry Erase Markers Expo—2 pack of 3 or more

Black Sharpies (1 thick; 1 fine tip)

Folders with bottom pockets (6 each)

Glue Stick (large, 2 each)

Highlighters – Green, Yellow, Pink

Kleenex (1 box)

Notebook Composition (3 each)

Paper (notebook loose leaf)

Pencils No. 2 (two dozen to start)

Pencils (1 box colored pencils)

Scissors

Water bottle w/name on it

Sticky Notes (3×3, any color; 3 pack)

3-Ring binder (1.5 inch- NOT Trapper Keeper)

1-five pack of binder dividers

1 package of clear pockets for binder

Pencil case, 3×7.5×1 inch

Sixth grade

$10craft/activity fee

Clorox Disinfectant Wipes – 2 containers

Notebooks (3 each)

Erasers (2 each)

Dry Erase Marker Expo – 1 pack of 3 or more

Folders with bottom pockets (5 each)

Glue Stick (large, 2 each)

Highlighters -Green, Yellow, Pink

Kleenex (2 boxes)

1-3 ring binder, 2 inch

1 package of 5 subject dividers

Paper, college ruled — loose leaf

Two dozen No. 2 pencils

Colored Pencils 1 package

Colored markers 1 package

Sticky note pads, 1

Scissors

Black sharpie, 1

Personal pencil sharpener

Water bottle w/child’s name

Paul Banks Elementary

Registration dates: Ends today, Thursday, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

School start/end times: 7:50 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.

Principal:

Secretary:

Supply list:

Title 1/Pre-K

Keep a pair of “indoor” non-marking tennis shoes at school.

Bring a water bottle labeled with his or her name. These will go home on Fridays to be returned on Mondays to be washed weekly.

Have an alternate set of clothes kept in the classroom in a labeled, large Ziploc bag. In case of an accident or messes from outside recess, our school nurse will help your student change into dry clothes and return the soiled clothes to you that day.

Also, if each family could contribute a large box of fruit snacks, dried fruit, Cheerios, goldfish, pretzels, etc. that would be great (please, nothing super sugary).

Kindergarten

8-Large white glue sticks (Avery or Scotch brands please — other brands don’t stick)

4-Fine point dry erase markers

1-Box of 16 Crayons

1-Pink Eraser

1- Pair of Non-marking tennis shoes to leave at school that your child can take on

and off independently

1-Large Backpack

1-Large Box of Kleenex

Girls:

1-container Clorox type disinfectant wipes

1-package of fine line colored markers (i.e. Crayola)

1-bottle of Elmer’s glue

Boys:

1-box gallon size ziplocs

1-package regular/broad lined colored markers (i.e. Crayola)

1-package of colored pencils

Please mark your child’s name on their backpack and gym shoes. Other

supplies do not need to be marked. They will be shared with other students within

the classroom. Individual teachers may ask for other supplies during the school

year.

* If possible, please bring supplies to Meet Your Teacher

First grade

2- Dozen no. 2 Pencils (prefer Ticonderoga)

2- large erasers

1-24 pack of Crayola crayons

5-Large glue sticks(Elmers, Avery or Scotch)

1-bottle of regular glue (Elmers etc.)

1-pair of children’s scissors

1-set colored pencils

1-spiral notebook(plain cover, wide ruled, 80 sheet)

1-pair gym shoes (for inside use; please purchase shoes that your child can manage themselves)

1- large box of Kleenex

Boys

1-Set of 10 Thin-tipped Markers

1-Set of four Wide-tipped Expo (dry erase)

Markers

1- roll of paper towels

1-box gallon size “Ziploc” type bags

Girls

1-set of 10 wide-tipped markers

1-set of four thin-tipped

Expo (dry erase)

Markers

1-tub cleaning wipes (Clorox, Lysol, etc)

1-box quart size “Ziploc” type bag

*If possible, please bring your child’s supplies when you come for “Meet the Teacher.”

Second grade

1-backpack

1-dozen #2 pencils – Ticonderoga brand works well

1-pack of eraser pencil toppers

1-box of crayons

12-glue sticks

1-child scissors

1-pair tennis shoes (for inside use, to stay at school)

1-large box Kleenex (another in January)

1-box markers

1-box colored pencils

1-roll of paper towels

1- pack of fine tip dry erase markers

1-large container disinfectant/cleaning wipes (Clorox, Lysol, etc.)

1 box of quart or sandwich size Ziploc bags

*If possible, please bring your child’s supplies when you come for “Meet the

Teacher.” We will be sharing these supplies; keep an eye out for an additional

list specific to your child’s classroom.

– Please only label shoes and backpacks

McNeil Canyon Elementary

Registration dates: Today and Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:39 . p.m.

School start/end times: 8:20 a.m. to 2:50 p.m.

Principal: Peter Swanson, PSwanson@KPBSD.k12.ak.us

Secretary: Joy Overson, joverson@kpbsd.k12.ak.us (e-mail)

Phone: 907-235-8181

Supply list: View the full supply list at http://mcneilcanyonelementary.blogs.kpbsd.k12.ak.us/files/2012/05/Supply-List-7.pdf

Fireweed Academy

Registration dates: Today and Friday, Aug. 8-9, from 9 a.m. to noon and 1-3 p.m.

School start/end times:

Little Fireweed – 7:50 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.

Big Fireweed – 8 a.m. to 2:35 p.m.

Principal: Todd Hindman, THindman@KPBSD.k12.ak.us

Secretary: Janet Bowen, JBowen@KPBSD.k12.ak.us

Phone: 907-235-9728

Supply list:

K-2nd grade

Individual Supplies:

(All individual supplies should be clearly marked with your child’s name)

-water bottle

-inside shoes with a hard sole (easy to get on and off!)

-12 by 16 by 6-inch Rubbermaid style dishpan container for holding personal school

supplies in child’s cubby (If you took yours home)

-a sketchbook

-set of watercolors

-large Ziploc bag with a set of extra clothes for your child. Labeled, please!!!!

-package colored pencils

-package of colored markers

Materials and supplies to be shared:

(Do not need to be labeled with names)

-1 dozen #2 pencils

-1 Elmer’s glue bottle

-1 box gallon Ziploc bags (Kindergarten & 2nd graders)

-1 box quart Ziploc bags (1st grade)

-$20 supply fee

Other materials and supplies to be shared:

1st semester Boys:

-Box tissue

-Box of Avery white glue sticks

1st semester Girls:

-2 containers of disinfecting wipes

-Healthy packaged snacks for special needs/activities

Third-Sixth Grade

Individual supplies:

(All individual supplies should be clearly marked with your child’s name)

-Water bottle

-Inside /gym shoes with non marking soles (no if, ands, or buts about it)

– 12 by 16 by 6-inch Rubbermaid style dishpan container

– 5/6th grade only: 2-inch 3-ring binder to make the Math home-to-school transition: Zippered is

your best bet

-2 composition book for literacy

-1 pocket folder

Materials and supplies to be shared:

-3 dozen #2 pencils

– packet of lined paper

-2 package colored pencils

– 2 package of colored markers

– sketchbook

-1 box tissues

– 6 large glue sticks

-healthy packaged snacks and/or box of cup of soups (One per each quarter)

– highlighter pen

– pencil eraser tops

– large Fiskars scissors

-2 pks dry erase markers

-$20 for additional art supplies and special projects

Ninilchik School

Registration dates: Aug. 14 from 12:30-3 p.m.

School start/end times: 9:05 a.m. to 3:35 p.m.

Principal: Jeff Ambrosier jambrosier@kpbsd.k12.ak.us

Secretary: Patty Tilbury ptilbury@kpbsd.k12.ak.us

Phone: 907-714-0300

Supply list:

Kindergarten-First grade

Please buy only regular yellow pencils. The others have a plastic coating that ruins electric sharpeners.

backpack for daily use to and from school swim suit and towel gym shoes-non marking soles

2 dozen regular yellow pencils 24 pack crayons 1 set (12) washable markers

2 large pink erasers Elmer’s glue scissors – blunt tip

1 box of tissues 1 large box easy hand out snacks to share with the class.

Second-third grades

backpack for daily use to and from school swim suit & towel gym shoes -non marking soles

2 dozen regular yellow pencils 1 box crayons 2 large pink erasers

2 packages of loose leaf paper 4 spiral notebooks – single subject 2 pocket folders

4 glue sticks 1 box of tissues Scissors

ruler

Fourth-sixth grades

Please, no calculator, no 3 ring binders, no plastic wrapped pencils, no mechanical pencils

backpack for daily use to and from school swim suit and towel gym shoes-non marking soles

2 dozen regular yellow pencils colored pencils 4 pks notebook paper

4 notebooks- single subject 2 pocket folders 4 glue sticks

1 scissors 3 boxes of tissues

Seventh-12th grades

1 Texas Instruments TI-83 model graphing calculator (grades 9-12 only)

swim suit & towel gym clothes gym shoes -non-marking soles

pencils & pens – blue or black 1 composition notebook- college ruled 3 spiral notebooks 1-subject

notebook filler paper- college ruled 6 pocket folders

Chapman School

Registration dates: Thursday and Friday, Aug. 8-9 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

School start/end times: 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Principal: Josh Hinds, jhinds@kpbsd.k12.ak.us

Secretary: Debbie Poindexter, dpoindexter@kpbsd.k12.ak.us

Phone: 907-235-8671

Supply list:

Pre-K

– A bag or box of snacks that can be shared with the class. Parents will be asked to provide a snack

quarterly. Ideas for snacks include: pretzels, goldfish, graham crackers, etc.

– Tennis shoes – non-skid marking – no shoelaces if possible (These should be kept at school for gym/inside use only)

– Backpack or school bag to be brought to school every day.

This helps in getting important papers, notes, and creations home. It should be large enough to stash a regular sized

folder and other things like show and tell items comfortably.

Optional: The following items are not required but if you are willing to donate any of these items, we use them regularly in class:

– gallon Ziploc baggies

– sandwich Ziploc baggies

– cheap paper plates (for art projects)

Kindergarten

– 4 glue sticks- large

– 2 packages No. 2 pencils

– 1 large boxes of snacks ( goldfish, animals crackers, pretzels, fruit snacks)

– 1 box of Kleenex

– Tennis shoes – non-skid marking (These should be kept at school for gym/inside use only)

– girls 1 box quart Ziploc bags / boys 1 box gallon Ziploc bags

– Backpack or school bag to be brought to school every day.

This helps in getting important papers, notes, and creations home. It should be large enough to stash a regular sized folder

and other things like show and tell items comfortably.

– Optional Clorox wipes, cheap paper plates, hand sanitizer and markers.

First grade

– 4 large glue sticks

– Earphones for the computers and iPods

– Non-marking tennis shoes for gym

– Back pack or book bag

– Black and white Composition Book

Wide Ruled 100 sheets

Please put names on shoes, backpacks, lunch boxes and all winter gear.

*For many reasons (safety, space, etc.), teachers prefer that students do not have backpacks with wheels.

Second-fourth grades

– 2 wide ruled spiral notebooks

– 2 packages wide ruled notebook paper

– Two 2-pocket folders

– Classroom snacks

– 1 box Capri Sun Juice

– Kleenex

– Optional – gallon size Ziploc baggies

Crayons, colored pencils, markers

Paper Plates

– 4 packages No. 2 wooden pencils; *no mechanical pencils

– 2 packages eraser caps for pencils and 4 big pink erasers

– Ruler – inches and centimeters

– 8 glue sticks and 1 bottle of Elmer’s glue

– Colored pencils, markers, crayons, water color paints

– 2 packages dry erase markers

– Earphones for the computers and iPads

– 1 box of Kleenex

– 1 large box of snacks for class

– Non marking tennis shoes for gym

– Backpack or book bag

– Gallon Ziploc Bags or Sandwich Ziploc Bags

– 1 Pkg Baby Wipes

Fifth-eighth grades

– Two, 1.5 – 2-inch Binders

– 4 plastic pocket folders

– 8 1 subject Bound or Spiral Notebooks

– 2 Packages wide ruled notebook paper (no colored paper)

– 2 sets of notebook subject dividers

– 2 package eraser caps for pencils and 6 -10 large erasers

– Scissors

– Pencils minimum of 30

– Ink pens (red, blue) *not black

– Earbuds / headphones *Important all students have earbuds or headphones

– Zipper bag or box for pencils & pens

– Ruler with inches and centimeters

-5 Glue sticks

-Tennis shoes non-skid marking (These should be kept at school for gym/inside use only)

-Back pack or book bag

-Optional – snacks for class, hand sanitizer and Kleenex

-Optional – colored pencils, colored marker set

Please put names on shoes, backpacks, lunch boxes and all winter gear.

*For many reasons (safety, space, etc.), teachers prefer that students do not have backpacks with wheels.

Nikolaevsk School

Registration dates: Aug. 9 and 12 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

School start/end times: 8 a.m. to 2:40 p.m.

Principal: Michael Sellers, MSellers@KPBSD.k12.ak.us

Secretary: Stephanie Jones, SJones3@KPBSD.k12.ak.us

Phone: 907-235-8972

Supply list:

Kindergarten- second grades

-Crayons-small boxes

-Large pencils (wide) (Kindergarten/1st only)

-Regular sized pencils (2nd)

-Washable markers (optional)

-2 pocket folders

-2 wide ruled spiral notebooks

-2 primary journals (elementary composition book)

-Colored pencils

-Erasers

-1 Black Sharpie

-1 highlighter

-Fiskars scissors

-10 (pkg.) glue sticks….or more

-2 boxes of Kleenex

-Small water bottle

-Ziploc gallon size bags

Your child needs inside, non-marking, tennis shoes. The shoes are to be left at school. Students change into their outside shoes for recess and when they go home. There may be more supplies needed as the year progresses.

Third-fifth grades

– pencils, or mechanical pencils and lead, must be available throughout the year

– eraser(s) to last the year

– 2-4 spiral-bound notebooks (wide ruled recommended)

– 2-4 two-pocket folders for each subject

– earbuds or headphones

– flash drive recommended

– ruler

– calculator recommended for Math Class

– a pair of non-marking gym shoes for Physical Education

– clothes appropriate for PE

– scissors

– white glue

– crayons, colored pencils and/or wide-tipped markers

– water bottle

– two boxes of facial tissue

Sixth-12th grades

-Four (4) 3-ring binders

-Four (4) Spiral notebooks

-Loose leaf notebook paper

-Dark ink pens

-No. 2 pencils

-Ruler

-Protractor

-Headphones/earbuds

-Scientific Calculator (High school-ask your math teacher)

-Box of tissues

-Water bottle

-Recommended optional supplies

-Graph paper

-USB Drive

-Colored pencils

-Colored markers

-Scissors

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