2020-2021 JMMS School Supply Lists
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JOHN MUIR MIDDLE SCHOOL
2020 - 2021 SUPPLY LIST
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SUPPLY ITEMGRADE 6GRADE 7GRADE 8
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Boxes of Facial Tissues3 boxes3 boxes3 boxes
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Highlighters2 - different colorsYesYes
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#2 Pencils
3 dozen, sharpened
5 wooden - for Art only
3 dozen per semester
5 wooden - for Art only
2 dozen
5 wooden - for Art only
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Pink Erasers3 (2 for Art only)2 - for Art only2 - for Art only
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3x5 Index Cards, lined1 packNo1 @ 100 pack
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MarkersYesNoYes
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Dry-erase markers2NoNo
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Glue Sticks2 Large2 Large for Science1
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Colored PencilsYesYesYes
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Pens - Red1 packOptionalYes
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Pens - Blue or BlackOptionalOptionalYes
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Ultra Fine Black Permenant MarkerOptionalNoNo
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RulerNoNo
Yes (metric and standard)
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Earbuds or HeadphonesYesYesYes
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Sturdy Plastic Accordion Style Filing System with 8 dividers; OR
Large 3-Ring Zip-up Binder with 6-8 Hole-Punched Folders
YesOptionalNo
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Pocket Folders1 - Music1 per class minimum (6)
1 per class minimum (6-8)
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Spiral Notebooks1 - Music
2 - Language Arts
2 - Math
1 - Science
1 - Social Studies
1 per class minimum (6)
1 - Orchestra
1 per class minimum (6-8)
1 - Orchestra
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Compostion Notebook1 - Social Emotional Learning1 - Science
1 - Literacy
1 - Social Emotional Learning
1 - Social Emotional Learning
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3-Ring Binders1 - Orchestra, 1" 1- Health, 1.5"1 - Orchestra, 1"
1 - Math, 1"
1 - ELA, 1.5"
1 - World Languages, 1.5"
1 - Orchestra, 1"
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White Loose-Leaf PaperNoNo1 pack
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Calculator1 - Basic1 - Scientific for math1 - Scientific for math
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ScissorsNoNoYes
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Pencil bag or boxYesYesNo
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Post-It Notes, 3-pack1 - LiteracyYesYes
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Small Pencil SharpenerOptionalNoNo
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IMPORTANT - Please read
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* MINIMAL additional supplies may be announced by individual 6th or 7th grade literacy teachers at the beginning of the school year or by elective teachers (Art, Family Consumer Science, Music, World Language, or Technology).
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* Padlocks for Phy Ed must be purchased through the school. Store bought locks are not permitted.
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* Students are strongly encouraged to have an extra set of clothes to keep in their academic locker. Please see the Student Handbook on the JMMS website for the dress code policy, which is strictly enforced.
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**LOCKER DECORATIONS: In an effort to maintain the new condition of our lockers and ensure their looks and durability for years to come, items inside lockers may only be secured with magnets; tape is not allowed. NO CONTACT PAPER allowed due to the sticky residue it leaves.
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LOCKER DECORATIONS
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In an effort to maintain the new condition of our lockers and ensure their looks and durability for years to come:
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-Nothing is to be taped or attached on the outside of the locker
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-NO CONTACT PAPER is to be used inside the locker! It leaves behind a sticky residue and is very difficult to clean.
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-All items inside the lockers need to be secured with magnets. We kindly ask that you refrain from using any type of tape on inside of the
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lockers. If tape is used, it must be “painter tape” which can be purchased at most discount or home improvement stores.
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-Items are not to be stored on top of the banks of lockers.
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STUDENT DRESS AND APPEARANCE
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John Muir takes pride in the appearance of its students. Students’ attire reflects the quality of the school, conduct, school work and the general atmosphere of the school. We expect at all times that students will dress and groom themselves appropriately for school. It is expected that such dress will not be disruptive to the learning process. Responsibility for the personal appearance of students enrolled in the Wausau School District shall normally rest with the students themselves and their parent/guardian.
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This code is not intended to limit the right of the building and/or district administration to establish rules or restrictions regarding other paraphernalia or dress that disrupts or threatens to disrupt the learning environment of any school. If there is a disagreement between students and/or a parent/guardian and the staff regarding the appropriateness of clothing or other paraphernalia, the principal or his/her designee will make the final decision. Student dress or grooming shall not, however:
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a. affect the health or safety of students; or
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b. distract from or disrupt the learning process within the classroom or school setting.
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In order to assure a healthy and safe school environment for students, the following student dress code guidelines will be enforced at all times in the school building and on school grounds:
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1. Clothing is not to be excessively short. Mid-thigh length is considered appropriate length. If form-fitting pants are worn, a top must be worn to cover the buttocks.
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2. Pants that are worn with holes above mid thigh must have leggings worn underneath.
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3. Excessively torn and ripped clothing is not to be worn.
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4. Muscle shirts, halter tops, low-cut tops, spaghetti straps, bare midriffs / crop tops, bare shoulders / off the shoulder tops, and sheer or see-through clothing are not appropriate.
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5. Pajamas/sleepwear and anything considered swimwear are not allowed.
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6. Any type of undergarments must not be exposed. This includes exposure due to oversized pants or shorts, regardless of what is worn underneath. Pants and shorts must be worn above the hips.
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7. During the school day hats, hoods, caps, bandanas, head coverings and jackets shall be taken off and placed in the student’s locker soon after the student enters the building. These items shall not be worn in the classroom, and they shall not be worn in the school building except when the student has immediately entered the building, is leaving the building, or as part of Spirit Days.
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8. Medallions or other jewelry which identify gang members or gang affiliation or which have come to represent a gang shall also not be worn or displayed in school or at school events. Also, gang clothing is not always restricted to an item of clothing, but may include the way in which a particular item of clothing is worn. No gang insignia may be worn, possessed, used, distributed, displayed, carried or sold by any student on school grounds or at school-related activities at any time. The reference to “gang insignia” would also encompass items of clothing that signify gang activity by the manners in which they are worn.
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9. Shoes are to be worn at all times. Slippers and soft bottom footwear are not considered appropriate.
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10. Wallet chains are not allowed and heavy necklace chains are subject to review by staff.
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11. Sunglasses are not to be worn except for medical reasons or for designated Spirit Days.
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12. Students are to properly wear the appropriate safety equipment as required to participate in specific instructional and/or extracurricular activities. This includes but is not limited to: eye protection, goggles, helmets, protective pads, footwear, or anything else deemed necessary by the teacher or by administration.
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13. No student shall be permitted to wear any clothing that contains pictures, images, and/or writing making reference to:
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Alcohol, Tobacco, Sexual Content, Profanity, Gambling, Illegal Activities, Violent Acts, Weapons, Gangs, Drugs, Adult establisments,
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or Degrading remarks about race/ethnic groups or gender
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14. Students are not allowed to have writings or drawings on their body.
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Students who violate the rules will be subject to the collection of the inappropriate items and/or sent home by administration for appropriate wearing apparel. Repeated violations of school rules may constitute grounds for suspension or other appropriate action to correct the situation.
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The principal or his/her designee makes the final determination of what is appropriate attire to be worn at school.
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