19-20 School Supply List
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Subject6th Grade7th Grade8th Grade
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Core Classes
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Whole SchoolOne box Kleenex and one canister of wipes to donate
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Bring Your Own DeviceOne device with recommended cover (can use a device you already own if it meets the specs below)
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Math2 - single subject spiral notebooks (lined) or a multi-subject spiral, durable (plastic) folder with pockets2 - Durable Plastic Folders (with brads and pockets), 4 - Graph Spiral Notebooks, Dontation: Package of thin Expo markers, 1 package of pencils, 1 package of loose graph paper.3 - Graph Spiral Notebooks, 1 - Graph Composition Notebook, 1 - Durable Plastic Folder (with brands and pockets), Book Cover (large). Donation: 1 package of loose graph paper
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ScienceDurable (plastic) folder with pockets, Nothing!3 subject spriral notebook and 1 folder with brads
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Social Studies1 - two or three subject spiral notebook (shared with science), Tri-fold poster (for Celebration of Learning - wait until assignment date announced)Tri-fold poster (for Celebration of Learning - wait until assignment date announced)1 - Two pocket folder
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Language ArtsDurable (plastic) folder with pockets, composition notebook1 college-ruled composition notebook (not spiral) Donation: highlighters and sticky notesComposition Notebook
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ESSENTIAL common supplies onlyPencils, loose leaf paper, OPTIONAL BUT RECOMMENDED: Trapper Keeper OR three ring binder, pencil case/bagPencils and Loose Leaf Paper, wired headphones (for science & social studies), A chromebook carrying case with a side pocket for materials (Example below).Writing utensils, Paper
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Carrying Case Example
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Elective Classes
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SpanishOne subject spiral notebookOne 3 subject or larger spiral notebook, textbook size cloth bookcoverOne 3 subject or larger spiral notebook, textbook size cloth bookcover
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ArtArt: 6th: One package of ultra fine sharpie markers
7th: One package black ultra fine sharpie markers
8th: One 12 count box of crayola colored pencils
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PEP.E.: ALL GRADE LEVELS - Combination lock for P.E. locker (no key locks). Any color ATHLETIC bottoms with NO external pockets. Students can wear school dress code length shorts or pants; any TIGHTS &/or COMPRESSION shorts/leggings/pants can only be worn under PE appropriate bottoms. Red Westlake Physical Education tee shirt (received in PE/charged to their Infinite Campus account). All newly enrolled PE students will be assessed $8 for a PE shirt; returning Westlake students can use their PE shirt from previous years. If they no longer have their shirt from years past, they will be given a new shirt and assessed an additional $8 fee. Shirts will be handed out to all students who need one within the first week of their class.
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Band1" 3 ring binder, #2 pencils1" 3 ring binder, #2 pencils1" 3 ring binder, #2 pencils
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Orchestra1" 3-ring binder, #2 pencils1" 3-ring binder, #2 pencils
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Choir1/2" 3-ring binder, one box of #2 pencils1/2" 3-ring binder, one box of #2 pencils1/2" 3-ring binder, one box of #2 pencils
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Computer Science/Tech EdEarbuds or headphones- must be wired- Students will keepEarbuds or headphones- must be wired- Students will keepEarbuds or headphones- must be wired- Students will keep
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Multimedia16GB or greater flash drive. Earbuds or headphones- must be wired- Students will keep16GB or greater flash drive. Earbuds or headphones- must be wired- Students will keep16GB or greater flash drive. Earbuds or headphones- must be wired- Students will keep
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Leadership8.5"x11" or 5"x8.5" Sketchbook
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OTHERSMost other elective classes will use a spiral notebook and two pocket folder.
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Other NotesSome items (like spiral notebooks) might need to be re-purchased part way through the year depending on student use.
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Bring Your Own Device Information
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DEVICE CRITERIA**
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1. Physical Keyboard - Physical keyboards are reliable and more ergonomic
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2. Mouse or Trackpad - A mouse or trackpad is required for more fine tuned work
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3. Camera - Students must be able to take pictures for assignments
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4. Speakers and headphone jack - For listening to videos and lessons
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5. Minimum 2 GB RAM - 2 GB RAM will offer processing speeds necessary for academic needs (with 4 GB RAM the device will last longer, but 2GB will work fine).
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6. SSD or eMMC Hard Drive (SSD preferred) - These hard drives allow for quick startup/shutdown (less than a minute)
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7. Ability to access non-mobile websites - Some academic resources require full browser capabilities
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8. Ability to download Chrome Browser - Chrome Browser is integral for Google Apps
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9. Ability to fit in locker - Devices that are too big are hard to carry and cannot safely fit within a locker *Note - the footprint of the locker is 12” X 14”
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10. 802.11n or 802.11 A/C Wireless - Adams12 wifi will only support 802.11b or A/C
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SAMPLE PURCHASES - Bargain Shopping will lead to even better pricing
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Samsung Chromebook 3 - 2GB RAM, 16GB SSD, 11.6in screen
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Buy Through District
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BUY IT here
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Acer Chromebook - 2 or 4GB RAM Versions
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BUY IT - 2 GB RAM Version
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BUY IT - 4 GB RAM Version
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Lenovo Chromebook - 2GB RAM, 32GB eMMC, 11.6in screen
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BUY IT
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Surface Pro - 4GB RAM, 128GB eMMC, 12.3in screen
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BUY IT
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Apple Macbook Air - 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 13.3in screen
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BUY IT
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