Classroom assignments will be posted on the front windows of the school and on this website on Tuesday, August 13, 2013.
The first day of school for students in grades 1-12 is scheduled to start on August 22, 2013. Kindergarten Orientation will be Thursday, August 22, 2013.
1 Box Crayola Crayons (16 per box) 2 Boxes Crayola Crayons (16 per box)
4 Elmers Glue Sticks 2 Boxes Dixon Ticonderoga Pencils (#2)
1 Book Bag (just big enough to carry papers home in) 3 Elmers Glue Sticks (White only)
1 Container of Clorox Wipes 2 Folders (with pockets)
1 Hard Plastic Pencil Box (41/2” x 8”) 1 Large Pink Eraser
Box of Tissues 1 Dry Erase Marker (Expo)
Small Back Pack or Book Bag
Plastic Pencil Box (41/2” x 8”)
Box of tissues
*NO PENCIL SHARPENERS
Container of wipes
SECOND GRADE GRADE THREE
1 Box Crayola Crayons (16 or 24 per box) 1 Box Crayola Crayons (24 per box)
24 Pencils (#2) Yellow Dixon Ticonderoga Pencils (#2 lead) Not Mechanical Pencils
4 Large Elmers Glue Sticks (White only) 1 Elmers Glue Stick
1 Book Bag Large Pack Lined Loose-leaf Notebook Paper
Plastic Pencil Box needed for homework
Scissors Box of tissues
Erasers (Cap erasers for pencils) *NO PENCIL BOXES
2 Durable Pocket Folders *NO TRAPPER KEEPERS
Notebook Paper *NO INDIVIDUAL PENCIL SHARPENERS
*NO PENCIL SHARPENERS
GRADE FOUR GRADE FIVE
Pencils (2 per day) Pencils (#2 lead) Not mechanical pencils
1 Blue or Black Pen 3 Spiral Notebooks (1 subject each)
1 Large three-ring binder (2” rings) Lined Loose-leaf Notebook Paper
6 Subject Dividers 1 Red Pen
3 Thick Spiral Notebook (80-100 sheets) Erasers (Cap erasers for pencils)
Lined Loose-leaf Notebook Paper 5-2 Pocket Folders (1 Each of Red, Yellow, Green, Blue, Orange)
Box of Tissues Box of tissues
*NO PENCIL BOXES *NO PENCIL BOXES
*NO INDIVIDUAL PENCIL SHARPENERS
*NO MECHANICAL PENCILS
The West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) has a challenge for you! The summer learning slide is a reality that many students deal with each year. One summer off can sometimes mean a whole school year of struggling academic performance. In an effort to keep students active and engaged all summer long, we have compiled a series of reading and math activities for students and launched the Summer Reading and Math Challenge. The WVDE has created a webpage, which includes tools and resources you can use to encourage students to read and practice their math skills. The challenge to keep children reading and doing math this summer is part of the West Virginia Department of Education's ongoing efforts to improve student achievement. To try out these activities, click on the link below!
· Everyone entering the building (including parents bringing students inside the school or signing children out at the end of the day) must provide photo identification.
· Front doors open at 8:30. Please do not bring students to school prior to that time.
· Doors open for parent pick-up at 3:35. Please do not come early.
· All visitors must report directly to the front office, provide identification, sign in, and receive a visitor’s badge.
· Visitors/Parents are not allowed to go to classrooms after the 9:00 a.m. tardy bell rings.
· If you ask somebody not on your child’s emergency form to pick them up, send a note to school including your contact information and expect to be called by school personnel to verify the authenticity of your note.
· When entering the building, please do not hold the door open for visitors that have not pressed the call button. Each visitor must press the call button and wait to be admitted after speaking with the receptionist.
· The AlphaBest Before/After Care Program has a wireless doorbell to ring if you are checking students in or out of that program.
· All after school programs (sports, scouts, etc.) will have a representative at the front doors to allow entrance.
We would like to assure you that everyone at C.W. Shipley has the safety and welfare of your children as our priority.