Why do we provide school supplies?

香港六合彩直播开奖 Schools strives to provide a free, public education of the highest quality for all students. Buying school supplies 鈥 in addition to the many other fees associated with school and activities 鈥 is a financial hardship for many families. Our community generously supports our schools in numerous ways, and so much is already asked of parents related to fundraising and fees. Our schools will purchase the supplies students need for learning, as we do with books and other materials.


  • Reduce the school supply financial hardship to families as much as possible over time;
  • Eliminate waste for supplies that aren鈥檛 used by the end of the year as well as parents鈥 time and gas money; and
  • Support families in using time saved from school supply shopping to focus on setting learning goals for the new school year and planning for time and space at home for reading and homework.

School Supply Lists

Elementary School:

  • School supplies provided
  • Backpacks only

Middle School:

  • School supplies provided
  • Students may need ASB cards and will need聽clothes for physical education
  • Backpacks are recommended聽but not required
  • No athletic聽participation fees

High School:

  • School supplies provided, as needed
  • No course fees
  • Reduced high school college preparation聽testing fees such as PSAT and Advanced聽Placement (AP) tests
  • Traffic Safety and Financial Education course (driver鈥檚 education) added to high school course offerings
  • Students will need ASB cards
  • Backpacks are recommended聽but not required
  • No athletic聽participation fees
  • Graduation robes provided on loan; caps and tassels provided to seniors to keep


The main purpose of this聽initiative is to reduce expenses for聽families.聽聽Therefore, we ask that聽families only bring the supplies聽requested.聽聽Families and community聽organizations that want to help are聽encouraged to make a monetary聽donation to the in lieu of聽purchasing supplies for a school. This helps ensure equity for students聽by avoiding an abundance of supplies聽at one school and not enough at聽another.