Bradley County Schools Releases Supply Lists For Upcoming Year

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Here are the Bradley County School supply lists for the upcoming year:

Elementary School:

Backpack (without wheels)
#2 pencils (2 packs) Ticonderoga
2 red Pens
24 count Crayola Crayons
Safety Scissors
Glue Sticks
Liquid Glue
Pack of Cap Erasers (upper grades)
Large Pink Erasers (lower grades)
Wide-Ruled Loose Leaf Paper (2 packs) (upper grades)
1st grade – 5/8” ruling writing paper tablet
2nd grade – 1.5” ruling writing pad
Folders with pockets (4) multi-colored
Spiral notebooks, wide-ruled
Pencil Pouch

*Members of our community are working alongside us to purchase backpacks and
items from this list for our students. If you cannot afford the above items do not feel
pressured to purchase.

** Teachers may also have a WISH list of supplies they would like to have for their
classrooms. If you are able to help fill the WISH list, it will be greatly appreciated. 

Middle School:

1-3 ring binder with dividers to be used for all classes
1 pack of loose leaf paper
Pencils
Pens (black & blue)
Ruler
1 pack of 12 Colored Pencils
1 pack of 4 Highlighters (multi-colors)
Note cards
1 Glue stick
4 wide ruled spiral notebooks for LFMS students
4 composition books (non-spiral) for OMS students
Ear phones
Calculator: Texas Instruments TI34 Multi-View

*Members of our community are working alongside us to purchase backpacks and
items from this list for our students. If you cannot afford the above items do not feel
pressured to purchase.

** Teachers may also have a WISH list of supplies they would like to have for their
classrooms. If you are able to help fill the WISH list, it will be greatly appreciated.

*** Some classes at the middle and high school level may have additional supplies and
fees that are needed. 

High School:

#2 pencils
Red, Black or Blue pens
Highlighters-various colors
Spiral Notebook
Wide-Ruled Loose-Leaf Paper
Composition Notebook
Post-It Notes
Graph Paper
2-pocket Folders with Prongs
2” 3-ring Binder
Pencil Pouch
Dividers (8 pack)
1 pack colored pencils
Expo Markers-chisel tips
Skinny Expo Dry-Erase Markers
Sharpies
Eraser for white board
3x5” lined Note Cards

**Members of our community are working alongside us to purchase backpacks and
items from this list for our students. If you cannot afford the above items do not feel
pressured to purchase.

** Teachers may also have a WISH list of supplies they would like to have for their
classrooms. If you are able to help fill the WISH list, it will be greatly appreciated.

*** Some classes at the middle and high school level may have additional supplies and
fees that are needed. 


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