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School Supply List


Falcon Creek Middle School
School Supply List
6th Grade 
Replenish as needed
7th Grade
Replenish as needed
8th Grade
Replenish as needed
Quantity
Item needed
Quantity
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2 dozen
#2 Pencils
1 dozen
#2 Pencils
1 dozen
#2 Pencils
1 dozen
Blue/Black Ballpoint pens
1 dozen
Blue/Black Ballpoint pens
1 dozen
Blue/Black Ballpoint pens
1 dozen
Red Ballpoint pens
1 dozen
Red Ballpoint pens
1 dozen
Red Ballpoint pens
2 Boxes
Colored pencils (12 ct.)
2 Boxes
Colored pencils 
(12 ct.)
2 Boxes
Colored pencils (12 ct.)
2
3-inch, 3-ring binder
2
3-inch, 3-ring binder
2
3-inch, 3-ring binder
5 pkgs
Filler paper, ruled (200 sheets)
5 pkgs
Filler paper, ruled (200 sheets)
5 pkgs
Filler paper, ruled (200 sheets)
7
Double-pocket folders
7
Double-pocket folders
7
Double-pocket folders
7 boxes
Kleenex (1 box per class)
7 boxes
Kleenex (1 box per class)
7 boxes
Kleenex (1 box per class)
4
Composition book
4
Composition book
4
Composition book
3
Spiral notebooks
3
Spiral notebooks
3
Spiral notebooks
1
3 Subject sturdy College Ruled Spiral Notebook for Social Studies Not AIM
1
3 Subject sturdyCollege Ruled Spiral Notebook for Social Studies (Ganguli Only) Not AIM
1
3 Subject sturdyCollege Ruled Spiral Notebook for Social Studies  
(Not A
3 Sets
8)
2 Sets
Dividers (set of 8)
2 Sets
Dividers (set of 8)
2
3 ring Pencil Pouch
2
3 ring Pencil Pouch
2
3 ring Pencil Pouch
1 Pair
In-Ear Headphones  (Earbuds)
1 Pair
In-Ear Headphones  (Earbuds)
1 Pair
In-Ear Headphones  (Earbuds)
 
 


1
Dry Erase Marker (AIM Only)
 
 
 
 
1 pkg
Graph paper
 
 
 
 
ect college ruled notebook specifically for that class. Math 7/8, Math 8,  and Algebra students need a scientific (not graphing) calculator for use at home.  A phone app is sufficient.
All Grade Level Electives -  Some Elective courses enhance their classroom experience by offering certain subject specific items for sale. These items are available for sale at FCMS each semester. When possible those items are listed here.
Robotics:
1 Graph Paper Composition Notebook
Physical Education:
PE Shirt $10 and Black Shorts $8 or $12 Combo Lock $6 Purchased from FCMS. Can be used multiple years. Shorts and lock can be purchased elsewhere.
Math Basic
1 Composition Book
Art Courses
1 Art Kit $10 Purchased from FCMS. Can be used multiple years.
Tech Design and Engineering
Graph Paper Composition Notebook Design Kits: $5 Purchased through FCMS.

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