• Mrs. Rivera’s Classroom Supply List

    I organize and store your child’s supplies in a container with his/her name on it.  As the school year goes on, I replenish from what you send in.  Any supplies that your child does not use during the school year will be sent back to you at the end of the year.  I am including a sheet of labels with your child’s name on them to make the labeling process easier for you!

    Please label the following supplies with your child’s name:

    ·         1 bottle of liquid glue

    ·         20 glue sticks (or more) – you only need to label each package

    ·         4 boxes of 24 Crayola crayons (changed every 10 weeks)

    ·         24 sharpened #2 pencils

    ·         1 box of 8 classic colored washable markers

    ·         1 box of 8 skinny washable markers

    ·         1 small pink eraser

    ·         1 pair of metal scissors

    ·         1 white one-inch binder with a window in front (so a sheet of paper can slide in front

    ·         4 pocket folders with prongs (1 red, 1 yellow, 1 blue, 1 green)

    ·         2 marble composition notebooks

    ·         2 school supply boxes

    Please do not label the following supplies, as they will be used as community items, for the entire class

    ·         2 boxes of tissues

    ·         4-6 low odor, dry erase markers (any color, any thickness)

    ·         1 box of gallon zip-loc bags

    ·         1 box of sandwich zip-loc bags

    ·         1 bottle of antibacterial hand sanitizer

    Art Smock

    An old men’s t-shirt works best



    For sanitary reasons, please send in a pair of headphones for your child to use while on the computer and iPad.  Children are most comfortable with the over-the-head variety, as opposed to ear buds. 


    Change of Clothes

    A set of extra clothes including a shirt, shorts/pants, socks, and a pair of underwear.  Please put this in a labeled zip-loc bag to be stored in your child’s cubby for bathroom emergencies or spills.



    I plan to take our class outside for recess all year – rain, shine, and even in snow!  Some parents prefer to have an old pair of sneakers stored at school for playing outside.  In the winter I will ask you to send in snow pants, boots, hats, and gloves so your child is dressed appropriately for the weather.