Current Students

***Supply Lists - ALL GRADES Pre K through 8th Grade***

Ms. Katlyn’s Pre K 3 Supply List 2018-2019

  • 1 labeled art smock(it may be an old t-shirt)
  • 2 boxes of tissues
  • 2 rolls of paper towels
  • 2 containers of Clorox/Lysol wipes
  • 1 container hand wipes
  • 1 pack of universal wipes(may be baby wipes)
  • 2 sets of extra clothes labeled in a zip block bag
  • Cot bedding(may include a crib sheet, small blanket, pillow a stuffed animal or a sleeping bag)

Mrs. Williams’ Pre K 3 Supply List 2018-2019

  • PLEASE LABEL ALL SUPPLIES WITH YOUR CHILD’S NAME
  • Backpack-please make sure it is big enough to bring home papers and projects
  • 1 pocket folder (labeled with their name)
  • 1 complete change of clothes-stored in a Ziploc bag and labeled with your child’s name. (These can be regular play clothes
  • 1 refillable water bottle (please send daily with your child)  
  • TWO 10 count box of washable markers
  • TWO (8 count-the basic colors) crayons
  • TWO 8 count LARGE crayons  
  • 4 Large glue sticks  
  • 4 boxes of tissues to share  
  • 3 containers of baby wipes or hand wipes  
  • 3 container of Clorox wipes  
  • 4 roll paper towels

 Ms. Rebecca’s Pre- K 4 Supply List 2018-2019

  • 1 box classic Crayola markers
  • 1 pk. Glue sticks
  • A large labeled Ziploc bag (for markers and glue sticks)
  • 2 large container of hand wipes
  • 1 container of Lysol or clorox
  • 2 boxes of tissues
  • 1 large roll of paper towels
  • 2 sets of clothes (including undergarments) for extra clothes box (does not need to be uniform)
  • A water bottle to keep in their cubby
  • 2 head shot photos of your child

Ms. Patti's Pre K 4 Supply List 2018-2019

  • 1          box of Classic Crayola Markers
  • 1          3 pack glue sticks
  • 2          boxes of tissues
  • 2          rolls of paper towels
  • 2          containers of Lysol wipes
  • 1          container of antibacterial hand wipes
  • 1          folder

Please send in an extra set of clothes including socks, underwear, shirt, and pants.

PLEASE LABEL ALL ITEMS.

Mrs. Leverone’s Pre-K Supply List 2018-2019

  • PLEASE LABEL ALL SUPPLIES WITH YOUR CHILD’S NAME
  • Backpack-please make sure it is big enough to bring home papers and projects
  • 1 pocket folder (labeled with their name)
  • 1 complete change of clothes-either stored in backpack or we can store in the classroom (these can be regular play clothes)  
  • ONE 10 count box of markers ONE (8 count-the basic colors) crayons
  • ONE box (24) count crayons  
  • 6 Elmer’s School glue sticks  
  • 1 pair Fiskar 5” Blunt Tip Scissors  
  • 2 boxes of tissues to share
  • 1 containers of baby wipes or hand wipes
  • 1 container of Clorox wipes
  • 1 roll paper towels
Mrs. Dawn Kristiansen's KINDERGARTEN SUPPLY LIST
  • 1 backpack
    1 pencil box or pencil case
    1 box of Crayola Crayons (24 count)
    1 box of Crayola Washable Markers (8 count)
    2 pkgs. of glue sticks (4 or 6 count)
    1 pkg. of Expo Markers (black or colored)
    1- 2 pocket folder
    2 large erasers
    4- #2 My First Ticonderoga Pencils
    1 favorite coloring book
    1 box of family size tissues
    1 roll of paper towel
    1 container of Clorox Wipes
    *Please label all items with child’s first and last name *  

Mrs. Amy Utter's First Grade Supply List 2018-19

(5) 2-Pocket Plastic Folders: labeled as followed

·    Green-Daily Five

·    Red- Math

·    Yellow- Still Working

·    Purple-Take Home (Please label pockets: left Keep Home and right Return to School)

Supply Box: large enough to fit crayons, colored pencils, markers and scissors

18- #2 Sharpened Yellow Pencils

2- packages of large pink erasers

1- Box of 24 Crayola Crayons

1-Box of Crayola Washable Markers

1-Box of Crayola Colored Pencils

4-Glue Sticks

1-Package of thin Dry Erase Expo Markers *

1-Package of thick Dry Erase Expo Markers *

1-Package of yellow Highlighters

1 Pair of child safe scissors

2-Box of Tissues *

2-Rolls of Paper Towels *

1-Container of Clorox Disinfecting Wipes *

1-Package of plastic spoons

1 K-2nd Composition Book (Staples) *

1-Favorite coloring book *  

Please note: * and bolded items are additions or changes. I removed the supplies list needed for January.

Mrs. Meghan Bornhorst's 2nd Grade Supply List

____ 1 backpack

____ 2 spiral notebooks (1-subject, wide – ruled) – 1 yellow, 1 blue

____ 2 durable two-pocket folders (horizontal pockets)

____ 1 sketch book (no larger than 8.5” x 11”)

 ____ 1 standard ruler with metrics and standard (in/cm)

____ 1 pair of scissors (blunt tip and labeled with name)

____ 1 hard plastic supply box (5x8 size – snap shut, no lock with keys, please) to hold the following:

____ Thin markers – washable classic colors – 8 or 10 count only

____ Crayons – 1 box of 24

____ 1 large glue stick

For Our Classroom:

____ 1 bottle of hand sanitizer

____ 1 container of hand wipes (i.e. Wet Ones)

____ 1 paper towel roll

            Please label all supplies with your child’s first and last name.  Also, due to limited space in our classroom and desks, only the items on this list are needed.  Any extra supplies brought in will be sent home.  The current third graders will be providing the class with Kleenex left over from this year.  This will be one of the items that we will probably have to replenish during the school year. :0) In addition, I will provide the class with pencils and erasers. Thank you so much for your cooperation and for ensuring that your child is prepared for school with these supplies.

***It may be necessary during the school year to replenish supplies. ***         

Mrs. Ann-Marie LoGiudice's 3rd Grade Supply List

____ 1 backpack
____ 2 spiral notebooks (1-subject, wide-ruled) - 1 blue, 1 yellow
____ 4 durable two-pocket folders (horizontal pockets)
____ 3 boxes of tissues
____ 1 roll of paper towels

____ 1 hard plastic supply box to hold the following: (5x8 size – snap shut...no lock with keys)
____ Thin markers – washable classic colors – 8 or 10 count only (Keep in original box)
____ Crayons – 1 box of 24 (Keep crayons in the original box)
____ 1 large glue stick
____ 1 pair of scissors (blunt tip)

 Please label all supplies with your child’s first and last name.
 Label the yellow notebook: Writing
 Label the blue notebook: Extra
 Label the folders: Take Home, Stay in School, Music, Spanish

Due to limited spaces in our classroom and desks, only the items on this list are needed.
Any extra supplies brought in will be sent home. I will be providing the class with pencils,
rulers and erasers. Thank you so much for your cooperation and for ensuring that your child is
prepared for school with these supplies.

Mrs. Corina Spain's 4th Grade Supply List

(8) one-subject spiral notebooks (at least 100 pages each) – spelling, science, math, history, religion, reading, writing, and one extra

(8) two-pocket folders (same as one-subject notebooks)

(1) set of about 100 three inch by three inch Post It Notes

(1) 24 pack Post-It filing tabs – 2 inch

Ear buds (for use with iPads and computers)

#2 Pencils (please, no mechanical pencils)

At least three different color pens (for example, one green, one purple, and one orange)

(1) box of crayons (no more than 24)

(1) box of colored pencils

(2) highlighters

pencil box to store supplies

(2) glue sticks

boxes of tissue (a mix of rectangle and square boxes is appreciated)

*It may be necessary to replenish supplies during the school year.  Thank you!

Please don’t put names on the binders, notebooks, or folders as we do that with stickers in class.


MIDDLE SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST

CLASS

SUPPLIES

Math

5th grade: 

3 ring binder 2"

1 package of 5 dividers 

 

6th Grade/7th Accelerated/8th Grade:

3 ring binder AT LEAST 2"

1 package of 5 dividers 

Scientific Calculator (Texas Instruments or Casio are preferred)

2 packages of graph paper 

 

Math 7

2-inch three-hole loose-leaf binder (8 ½ x 11)

Three-hole loose-leaf tabs, 8 count (full page size)

Three-hole loose-leaf paper, lined, 200 count

Loose-leaf hole reinforcers

3-hole packet, graph paper, ¼-inch size

Small box, mixed colored pencils

One pack, 3 x 5 index cards, 100 count

Small box # 2 pencils

Small box pens, blue

One yellow highlighter

Extra eraser

 

Algebra: 

3 ring binder AT LEAST 2"

1 package of 5 dividers 

Graphing Calculator (Texas Instruments recommended and preferred, TI 83 PLUS and above)

2 packages of graph paper 

Social Studies

Social Studies 5-8

Pen

Pencil

Notebook/Binder

Folder 

ELA

5th Grade ELA

  • 3 ring binder
  • 8 dividers for binder
  • 1 pack of loose leaf paper with 3 holes (for binder)
  • 4 Highlighters: blue, green, yellow, orange
  • Post-it notes
  • Pens or pencils
  • 1 box of colored pencils or markers (which ever your child prefers to use for projects)
  • 1 folder (I recommend a folder with three holes, so students can secure it in their binder for better organization; but any folder can suffice.

6th Grade ELA

  • 3 ring binder
  • 8 dividers for binder
  • 1 pack of loose leaf paper with 3 holes (for binder)
  • 4 Highlighters: blue, green, yellow, orange
  • Post-it notes
  • Pens or pencils
  • 1 box of colored pencils or markers (which ever your child prefers to use for projects)
  • 1 folder (I recommend a folder with three holes, so students can secure it in their binder for better organization; but any folder can suffice.)

7th Grade ELA

  • 1 copy of the book When Zachary Beaver Came to Town by Kimberly Willis Holt (PAPERBACK – Please do not worry about edition/cover design.)
  • 3 ring binder
  • 8 dividers for binder
  • 1 pack of loose leaf paper with 3 holes (for binder)
  • 4 Highlighters: blue, green, yellow, orange
  • Post-it notes
  • Pens or pencils
  • 1 box of colored pencils or markers (which ever your child prefers to use for projects)
  • 1 folder (I recommend a folder with three holes, so students can secure it in their binder for better organization; but any folder can suffice.)

8th Grade ELA

  • 3 ring binder
  • 8 dividers for binder
  • 1 pack of loose leaf paper with 3 holes (for binder)
  • 4 Highlighters: blue, green, yellow, orange
  • Post-it notes
  • Pens or pencils
  • 1 box of colored pencils or markers (which ever your child prefers to use for projects)
  • 1 folder (I recommend a folder with three holes, so students can secure it in their binder for better organization; but any folder can suffice.)

8th Grade Religion

  • 3 ring binder
  • 1 pack of loose leaf paper with 3 holes for binder
  • 1 folder (I recommend a folder with three holes, so students can secure it in their binder for better organization; but any folder can suffice.)

Science

Science 5 and Science 6

2-inch three-hole loose-leaf binder (8 ½ x 11)

Three-hole loose-leaf tabs, 8 count (full page size)

Three-hole loose-leaf paper, lined, 200 count

Loose-leaf hole reinforcers

3-hole packet, graph paper, ¼-inch size

Small box, mixed colored pencils

One pack, 3 x 5 index cards, 100 count

Small box # 2 pencils

Small box pens, blue

One yellow highlighter

Extra eraser

 

Grade 7 and Grade 8 Science:
1 - 1.5 inch binder
5 tab dividers
1 pkg 50 index cards
50 sheets paper, lined
1 pkg (25 sheets is enough) graph paper
1 - 2 pocket folder that can be held in a binder
30 pencils, 20 pens, 
1 pkg 10-12 colored pencils

 Regents Earth Science (8th Accelerated):

1- 2.5 inch binder
5 tabbed dividers
50 sheets paper, lined
1 - 2 pocket folder that has holes to be held in a binder
1 pkg 10-12 count erasable colored pencils
30 pencils, 20 pens for the year

Religion

Grade 5 Religion:

1 composition notebook
1 - 1/2inch binder
1 - 2 pocket folder that can be held in a binder
1- 24 pkg crayons
20 pencils, 10 pens
2 large glue sticks

Religion 6

Folder

Religion 7

Folder

Notebook

8th Grade Religion

  • 3 ring binder
  • 1 pack of loose leaf paper with 3 holes for binder
  • 1 folder (I recommend a folder with three holes, so students can secure it in their binder for better organization; but any folder can suffice.)

Spanish

5th-8th

Notebook

Homeroom

Homeroom 5

  • 2 boxes of tissues
  • 2 rolls of paper towels
  • 1 bottle of hand sanitizer
  • 1 container of disinfectant wipes
  • 1 pack of loose leaf paper (w/ 3 holes, if possible)

Homeroom 6

  • 2 boxes of tissues
  • 2 rolls of paper towels
  • 1 bottle of hand sanitizer
  • 1 container of disinfectant wipes
  • 1 pack of loose leaf paper (w/ 3 holes, if possible)
  • 1 two pocket folder (one side for papers/HW to bring home; the other side for papers to return to school)
  • If your child likes using the expandable file folder, he/she may add this to his/her supplies

Homeroom 7

Six pack, small box tissues

Small bottle, alcohol free, hand sanitizer

Small container, alcohol free, handy wipes

Homeroom 8

1 package of 3 Kleenex boxes

1 bottle of hand sanitizer 

1 roll of paper towels

1 package of lined paper

Art

Middle School 5-8th

1 roll of  paper towels

1 container of Handwipes

4 glue sticks

1 Sketchbook or Spiral Notebook


Lunch Menu

We are moving to a new lunch program for the 2018-2019 school year catered by Carmen's Bistro in Troy, NY. We will be providing information to families concerning the program at our Back to School Ice Cream Social Night. At that time, the information below will be updated.

Lunch Choices and Cost

Lunch is available each day at Holy Spirit School.

Entrees

Beverages

Our Program

Holy Spirit School Lunch is served by parent volunteers and catered by Carmen's Bistro in Troy, New York.

Volunteer

If you would like to volunteer as a lunch server, please contact the main office to find out how.


Uniforms

A neat and tidy appearance reflects a responsible and caring attitude, pride in ourselves and in our school. We expect that children will be properly attired each day.

General rules

  • All students must come to school in dress code and leave in dress code.
  • Shirts must be tucked in.
  • If pants, shorts, or skorts, etc. have belts loops a black, brown, or navy belt is required.
  • A note must be sent with the student if there is an emergency situation that arises which causes them to be out of dress code. 
  • Boys will maintain an above the collar gentleman’s haircut.

General prohibitions

  • No make-up is allowed.
  • No jewelery except stud-type earrings (girls only) and watches are allowed.
  • No polo shirts with dress uniforms from October 15th-April 30th. Polo shirts for K-4 are acceptable on PE days.
  • No low cut or no show socks.
  • No unnatural colors in hair.

Uniform1 of 4

Uniform 2 of 4

Uniform 3 of 4

Uniform 4 of 4

Forms

School Calendars, including Parent Detail Calendars, will be distributed at the Ice Cream Social.