If you can help by donating any of these items,
please send them to class with your second grader.
In A3, we believe in "REDUCE, REUSE, and RECYCLE"
Please save your clean, dry, and empty Yoplait Yogurt containers and
4 oz. baby food jars for us.
2013-2013 School Year Wishes
By January, many of the school supplies from the beginning of the year will be used up, and we will need donations of the following basics:
pencils . . . . . boxes of tissue. . . . . sharp-pointed scissors
black dry erase markers . . . . . liquid hand soap
black Sharpie markers (fine and extra-fine)
We have a BIG need for dry erase makers in two sizes;
We need skinny BLACK markers , and
we need bigger, BLACK chisel-tip markers.
We need boxes of Zip-Loc plastic bags in the gallon and quart sizes.
Support Classroom Cooking
When A3 second graders participate in cooking activities, they use reading, measuring, health, and communication skills. Cooking lessons let students practice skills in a fun way, but they are not inexpensive. Your donations of supermarket gift cards in any denomination are most welcome. Help us learn proper hand-washing by donating paper towels.
Believe it or not, the DOE does not provide classrooms with paper towels, so we must depend on our parents to help us out. We do not need paper towel rolls that are part of students' supply lists, but we need packs of "multi-fold" towels (sometimes called "Z-fold" towels) to refill our paper towel dispenser.)
Packs of "multi-fold" paper towels are available from stores such as Longs, Walmart, Fisher Hawaii, and Office Depot, and they are available by the case at Costco.