Twin Valley Community Local Schools


Aug. 13: Community Picnic

Aug. 19: First Day Students

Aug. 19: Kindergarten Orientation — 11 a.m.

School Supplies


Personal Supplies

Students will be provided with a “tool cup” to keep their school tools in during the school year. Students will be given their tool cups the first day of school along with crayons and pencils. However, your child will need the following items to add to their tool cup. We have included specific name brands and ask that you honor our request. Many years of experience in the classroom have taught us which brands work the best.

1 Pair of Fiskars 5” Blunt Tip Scissors ~ Sharp tip scissors are NOT permitted in Kindergarten.

2 Large (.77 oz.) Elmer’s All Purpose School Glue Sticks

2 Expo Black Dry Erase Fine Tip Markers

1 Pair of New or Gently Used (clean soles) Tennis Shoes to Keep at School for Gym Class

1 Pencil Bag

First Grade

1 backpack (no wheels) *** large backpacks do not fit in the lockers

1 large zipper pouch

1 box of #2 pencils (sharpened)

1 highlighter

1 eraser

1 box of 24 crayons

1 box of 8 markers

1 bottle of white glue

8 glue sticks

1 pair of scissors

3 large box of tissues

1 pair of gym shoes (slip on or Velcro)

2 boxes of dry erase markers (black fine point)

Boys Only:

1 box of quart size zipper top Ziploc bags

1 package of clorox wipes

Girls Only:

1 box of gallon size zipper top Ziploc bags

2 roll of paper towels

Altic Only

1 box of colored pencils

*Please put your name on your child’s supplies!

2nd Grade

1 Composition Journal or 1 Spiral Journal

Odorless Dry Erase Markers

4 -2 pocket folders –red, yellow, blue, and green

1 pocket folder any color with fasteners

6 glue sticks

24 pencils – we prefer yellow as to the decorative ones – they tend to ruin the pencil sharpeners (mechanical pencils are fine)


24 box of crayons

12 count color pencils

Pencil pouch / box



No Pencil Sharpeners

No Coloring Markers

Classroom items that we use and are appreciated

Paper plates – large and small

Baggies –

Last Name starts with:

A-L -gallon size

M-Z –sandwich size

Third Grade

(Supplies will be collected at the beginning of the year and distributed as needed.)

4 boxes (12 count) #2 pencils SHARPENED – no mechanical please

2 block erasers (pink or white)

4 large Expo dry erase markers

2 boxes colored pencils (8 – 12 color) – TWISTABLES PREFERRED

1 box crayons

2 highlighters

4 large white glue sticks

1 pair pointed scissors

1 supply pouch

2 – one inch 3-ring binders with plastic sleeve on cover

One package of 3-ring binder dividers with tabs

3 POLY-folders – 2 pocket, with fasteners (Yellow, Green, Orange)

2 one subject, wide ruled, spiral notebooks

1 pair of ear buds (for use with computers)

1 pair of tennis shoes to keep at school for P.E.

2 rolls paper towels

1 large container disinfectant wipes

3 boxes Kleenex

Ziploc Bags: Last Name (A – H) – Gallon (I – P) – Quart (Q – Z) – Sandwich

Please send $3.00 to school to cover the cost of an agenda

4th Grade

All Students Need:

2 boxes of #2 pencils

3 folders with pockets (blue, green, and purple)

1 science binder- one inch, with pockets

3 spiral notebooks (1 subject size)

1 pair of scissors

Crayons, colored pencils, or markers

2 boxes of Kleenex

2 packs of black dry erase markers

Soft-sided bag for pencils, crayons, etc.

Bring $3 in cash for an agenda that will be purchased for your child. The school is not providing agendas for the 2015-2016 school year.

4th Grade Girls:

1 pack highlighters

1 container of Clorox wipes

1 box gallon size baggies

4th Grade Boys:

1 sandwich-size baggies

2 glue sticks

1 container Clorox wipes

The following items will be collected for CLASS use: baggies, glue sticks, dry erase markers, science binder, tissues, scissors.

5th Grade

Personal supplies

1Trapper Keeper (We prefer the zippered kind)

*Binders will help students with organizational skills while preparing them for 6th grade.

1Pencil bag

1Small drawstring bag ( Sackpacks NOT backpacks)due to limited space this should be just big enough to hold a binder and a school book. They MUST fit in the lockers!

1Agenda (Required) The PTO will be selling them at the community picnic and the elementary office for $3 each.

4 Folders for binder (different colors)

1Folder with three prongs

1Single subject spiral notebook

Classroom Supplies for the children to share:

1black permanent marker

3 dozen pencils

4 whiteboard markers

1pack of pencil top erasers

2 boxes facial tissues

1 roll paper towels

1box of Ziploc bags (gallon or quart size)

Girls: paper plates or styrofoam bowls, 2 packages of glue sticks

Boys: disinfecting wipes, 2 packages of glue sticks

Things to keep in mind

Students will be required to maintain an adequate supply of materials (pencils, paper, etc.) Any items that are lost or destroyed must be replaced at your expense.

6th Grade

Supplies to Keep:

Colored pencils

Agendas (These will be on sale for $3 from the school.)

1 green five subject notebook for social studies all year

1 red one subject notebook for math

1 yellow five subject notebook for science for all year

1 green folder for social studies (vinyl lasts longer)

1 yellow folder for science (vinyl)

1 blue folder for language arts (vinyl)

1 pencil pouch

1 dozen pencils

1 sturdy pair of headphones or earbuds for use all year

Supplies to Share: one container of Clorox wipes; two dozen pencils; two packs of college ruled loose leaf paper; one yellow highlighter; rectangular pink erasers; three boxes of tissues; two glue sticks; three packs of dry erase markers (two of them fine point); one roll of paper towels; one pack of red ink pens one bottle of hand sanitizer.

Students with last names A-G: one box gallon zip lock bags

Students with last names H-P: one box quart size zip lock bags

Students with last names Q-Z: one box of dixie cups

We do not recommend trapper keepers or binders due to limited space.

Middle School

Student fees

7th grade: $50

7th Writing $15

7th Health $10

Student Agenda $5

Technology $20

Additional 7th Grade fees based on schedule:

Keyboarding $5

Art $20

8th grade: $40

8th Writing $15

Student Agenda $5

Technology $20

Additional 8th Grade fees based on schedule:

Industrial Arts $20

Healthy Living $15

All report cards, pictures and grades will be held due to any unpaid fees throughout the year unless a payment plan is on file and up to date.

High School

Student Fees


Technology Fee 20

Class Fees

Advanced English 9 15

Advanced English 10 15

Advanced English 11 15

Advanced English 12 10

Accounting 34

Agriculture I 25

Ag Business Mgt 20

Animal Science 20

Art I 30

Art II-IV 40

CAD I 10


CBI Workbook 11

Chemistry 10

Child Development 20

Computer Application 5

Contemporary World Issues 8

CP Anatomy & Physiology 30

CP Biology 40

Earth & Space Science 15

Financial Management 5

French I 5

French II 5

French III 5

French IV 5

French V 5

Gen. English 9 10

Gen. English 10 10

Gen. English 11 10

Gen. English 12 10

Health I 15.

Healthy & Safe Foods 25

Healthy Living 25

Industrial Crafts I 25

Industrial Crafts II 25

Industrial Tech 30

Life Science 40

Media Technology 5

Office vs. Google 5

Parking Pass 5

Physical Science 10

Physics 15

Spanish I 20

Wood Technology 30

Participation Fee: For all students participating in Marching Band & Sports 60


7th-8th grade

Constant supply of:

Pencils (#2)


Colored Pens


Loose leaf paper

Colored pencils

Crayons (24)

3 Prong Pocket Folders (5 different colors)

1 package of 8 tabs

2 Spiral Notebooks (1 subject)

Composition Book

1 5 subject Notebook

3 1 ½ 2”

Binders (1 for Math, Writing, Reading)

1 calculator: PreAlgebra 7 or 8 (one that can do fractions;) Algebra I (graphing calculator is strongly encouraged, ex: Casio 9750 or TI 83/84)

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