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Rachel Carson School Supply List 2022-2023

****PLEASE CLEARLY LABEL ALL OF YOUR INDIVIDUAL USE ITEMS****

Rachel Carson School Supply List

2022-2023

****PLEASE CLEARLY LABEL ALL OF YOUR INDIVIDUAL USE ITEMS****

Rachel Carson Families,

Welcome to a new school year! Below you will find the supplies that your child needs to have for

the school year. Please consider, when buying, the amount of packaging and plastic you are

using, the possibility of a more environmentally friendly option, and reusing everything you can

from previous years.

There are three sections:

1. Individual Use: standard school supplies. Shop at home first. Most of these items you

probably already have. Please reuse and buy items with the least amount of packaging if

possible.

2. Field Work: These items will be needed on site visit days. Resale shops are a good place

to find these items. Students will be told specifically what to bring on each site visit. Our

first site visit is scheduled for September 21!!

3. Community Use: These items will be used by all students.

If you are unable to get any of these items or have questions about them, please contact

Rebecca Hall at rebecca_hall@beaverton.k12.or.us

FOR INDIVIDUAL STUDENT USE/ALL STUDENTS NEED THESE: many of these can be

reused from prior years!

One sturdy three ring binder - 2 inches or larger will work. (file folder systems can be IN

the binder, but will NOT be used) Some students put their chromebooks in the

binders that zip up.

Pencil pouch that clicks into your binder

One set of dividers (7-8 individual dividers needed)

Pencils - many: please plan to purchase more during the year

Whiteboard markers - thinner ones are easier to fit into the pencil pouch - 2 colors

Glue stick

Ruler

Handheld pencil sharpener with shaving collector for colored pencils

Earbuds – that will work with the chromebook

Colored pencils

Calculator (scientific not graphing)

Lined paper (wide or college ruled)

Scissors (small ones are easiest to fit in the pouch)

Highlighters- 4 - yellow, pink, orange, blue. These colors are required. Please get thinner

ones so they fit in your pencil pouch. Consider buying the pencil type with no plastic.

Three spiral notebooks: 70+ pages, no dividers (please no glue-bound)

One for Science (can use the one from last year if there is room)

One for IS (can use the one from last year if there is room)

One for Social Studies

One for Language Arts

Spiral Bound Quad ruled notebook ~ 80/100 pages (Five Star is recommended; please

no glue-bound or easy tear-out -- for 6&7th grade math

Loose leaf quad paper - for 8th math

1 inch 3-ring binder - for 8th math

compass and protractor - for 8th math

The novel A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park

Masks

One backpack for school

Please set your binder up in the following way BEFORE SEPTEMBER 8. Bring your

binder on September 6 (6th grade only) or September 7 (7th and 8th graders).

In the pencil pouch: 3 pencils, 4 highlighters, calculator, pencil sharpener, one whiteboard

marker, a pair of scissors, earbuds

In your binder:

pencil pouch

Dividers: 1 for each class: Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Math, IS, Elective or Band

Lined paper in the back of the binder

FOR FIELD WORK: (On site visit days, students are expected to wear long pants and be

prepared with required materials. Specific requirements are given the day before the site visit.)

If you have field gear that you no longer use, please consider donating it to RC. We can share it

with current students.

*****some students find it useful to use a separate backpack for site visits (no backpacks with wheels)*****

If you are unable to collect any of these items or have items to donate, please contact

Rebecca Hall at rebecca_hall@beaverton.k12.or.us

leather gloves or leather palmed gloves for field work like removing blackberries

rain gear: both pants and jacket

reusable lunch box

shoes appropriate for uneven ground/hiking - preferably waterproof

Rubber or waterproof boots

reusable water bottle - no glass - CLEARLY LABELED with student name

clipboard

mask(s)

hand sanitizer

A handkerchief or cloth napkin to spread out to eat lunch on

warm hat and gloves

FOR COMMUNITY SUPPLY: WILL BE COLLECTED the week of September 6

◻ 6th graders bring – 3 glue sticks

◻ 7th graders bring – 2 boxes of tissues

◻ 8th graders bring – 1 package of Dixon Ticonderoga pencils