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801-476-5400  |  3100 West 4800 South Roy, Ut 84067

Dear Parents/Guardians and Patrons,

The purpose of this letter is to provide information/resources that will help you prepare for your child to begin a new school year. On the following page is a suggested list of instructional items/school supplies our students will use in their grade during the 2020-2021 school year.  NOTICE:  The items on this list will be used during the regular school day.  These items may be brought from home on a voluntary basis, otherwise, they will be furnished by the school.  A student may be required to replace supplies provided by the school which are lost, wasted, or damaged by the student through careless or irresponsible behavior.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Sincerely,

Stacy Rountree– Principal

Midland Elementary

801-476-5400

 

First Grade

 

The items on this list will be used during the regular school day.  These items may be brought from home on a voluntary basis, otherwise, they will be furnished by the school.

 

A suggested list of instructional items/school supplies:

  • Pencil Box    (plastic from Walmart is the best!)
  • Scissors
  • Large Pink Eraser
  • Glue Sticks
  • Headphones or earbuds to use with Chromebooks
  • 1 ream of copy paper

 

The following non-instructional items are “appreciated donations:”

  • Kleenex
  • Ziploc Bags (gallon, sandwich or snack sized)
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Clorox Wipes
  • Paper Towels

 

These types of items may be dropped off in your student’s classroom and will also be used during the regular school day.

 

A list of things to NOT bring:

  • Personal Markers
  • Personal Hand Sanitizer
  • Pencil Sharpener
  • Pens
  • Colored Pencils

 

Welcome to First Grade!

 

We are looking forward to having you in our classes! We will be doing lots of activities while we build reading and math skills. We will begin the first grade year reviewing the sight words learned in kindergarten. First Grade’s focus is on reading, writing, science and math.

Over the summer, practice writing your letters and numbers. Review the letter sounds and practice reading the short vowel words learned in kindergarten (example: c-a-t). You will need to get plenty of rest this summer because next year you will be attending school all day. It will be challenging at first, but you will adjust in no time!

 

Thank you,

 

Mrs. Ellis, Mrs. Sutton, and Mrs. Hancock

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