ART SUPPLY LIST FOR THE UPCOMING 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR.
IS YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER IN 8TH GRADE OR A HIGH SCHOOL ART STUDENT!?
Art Students include all 8th graders and 9th-12th graders who signed up for an art class.
Please have the following supplies for your student to help us be prepared for various learning situations this coming school year. Keep in mind, these do not need to be new art supplies. Each art student needs to bring them on the first day of school if we are in the classroom OR have them available at home if we are in an online setting. The school will be providing numerous fine art supplies within a portfolio, so that all students have access to the same materials. Thanks so much for your help!
All lunches will have a fruit and vegetable, breakfast a fruit. milk with both meals This is a rough outline. Normal menu may follow.
June 1 Hot ham and cheese Waffle
June 2 Chicken Patty Pancake
June 3 Spaghetti with meat sauce Omelet
June 4 Pizza Donut
June 5 Cooks choice Cereal
June 8 Chicken fajitas Waffle
June 9 Mini corndog Pancake
June 10 Cheese boat
June 11 Beef Patty
June 12 Cooks choice
|Cover Page for Forms A-C (Instructions)||Cover Page for Forms D-F (Instructions)|
|Form A||Form D|
|Form B||Forms E & F|
|5th Grade Supply List||5th Espanol|
|6th Grade Supply List||6th Espanol|
|7-8 Grade Supply List||7-8 Espanol|
Art students who have art projects to pick up please note:
Seniors will be able to pick up art projects in July when they practice for graduation.
8th-11th graders will be able to pick up art projects in the Fall.
Please watch the school website/announcements for any needed details and updates as these dates draw near.
|Ryan Dahl, President||Marcia Dorey, Secretary|
|Kevin Peterson, Treasurer||Adam Endicott, Advisory Member|
|Tara Klausen||Tina Sharpe|
|Matt Munsell||Lisa Meyer|
|Scott Sievers||Chad Maas|
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