Supply Lists

Don’t hate me too much for this, but in case anyone wants to get a jumpstart on gathering all of the school supplies students will need for this coming year here are supply lists for my classes. As much as most of us don’t want to think about school supplies in July, the reality is that they are cheaper (in some places) and more abundant now than they will be after the first day of school.

ENGLISH IV (12th grade)

Required supplies: Binder (at LEAST 1-1/2″) used EXCLUSIVELY for this class, loose leaf paper, and binder dividers; pens/ #2 pencils (you’ll need both) & a highlighter; a USB drive (may be used for multiple classes).

Recommended supplies: Folder to keep in your binder; sticky notes

Recommended mobile apps: CCPL Mobile and/or CLEVENET; Schoology; Socrative

 

AP LITERATURE & COMPOSITION (12th grade)

Required supplies: Binder (at LEAST 2″; preferably 3″) used EXCLUSIVELY for this class, loose leaf paper, and binder dividers; pens/ #2 pencils (you’ll need both) & a highlighter; a USB drive (may be used for multiple classes).

Recommended supplies: Folder to keep in your binder; sticky notes

Recommended mobile apps: CCPL Mobile and/or CLEVENET; Schoology; Literary Analysis Guide II by Gatsby’s Light (this one costs $3.99)

 

HONORS/PRE-AP ENGLISH II (10th grade) 

Required supplies: Binder (at LEAST 1-1/2″) used EXCLUSIVELY for this class, loose leaf paper, and binder dividers; pens/ #2 pencils (you’ll need both) & a highlighter; a USB drive (may be used for multiple classes); composition book (these are 99¢ at Target right now!).

Recommended supplies: Folder to keep in your binder; sticky notes

Recommended mobile apps: CCPL Mobile and/or CLEVENET; Schoology; Socrative

 

FUNDAMENTALS OF LANGUAGE (8th grade)

Required supplies: A binder used EXCLUSIVELY for this class, loose leaf paper, and a folder.

Recommended supplies: highlighter

Recommended mobile apps: Schoology; Socrative

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