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Supplies / Dress Code

Prek Students with TeacherFollowing is a general list of 2014-15 school year supplies for elementary students. Please check with individual schools for additions and/or deletions to these lists. Secondary students will receive information about school supplies from their teachers the first week of school. (Parents of middle school students may obtain school supply lists from their child's school office.)

Assistance - Families with economic need may apply for assistance with school supplies through the Assistance Center of Collin County web site and Dallas Mayor's "Back-to-School" Fair  web site.

School Supplies

The following are basic supplies for kindergarten through fifth grade students. Please check with individual schools for additions or deletions to this list. Some consumable supplies may need to be replenished during the course of the year. No folders larger than 11" x 14," please. 

Kindergarten

  • Crayons (24 colors)
  • White glue (4 oz. bottle)
  • Small glue sticks
  • Six pencils (regular #2)
  • Facial tissues (250 count box)
  • Scissors - blunt
  • Two wide-rule spiral tablets (70 sheets)
  • White (preferred) or manila drawing paper, 12 X 18 (100 sheets)
  • Construction paper, assorted colors
    12 X 18 (80 sheets)
  • Two folders with pockets
  • Washable water color markers
  • Watercolors with brush
  • Hand wipes (1 box)
  • Hand sanitizer (8 oz.)

First Grade

  • Crayons (16 colors)
  • White glue (4 oz. bottle)
  • Four pencils (regular #2)
  • Facial tissues (250 count box)
  • Scissors (sharp point)
  • Four writing tablets (Mead K-1 or
    Mead K-2 or Pacon Grade 1 or equivalent) (5/8” ruled – red baseline)
  • Three wide-rule spiral notebooks (40 sheets) non-perforated (primary rule - if available)
  • White (preferred) or manila drawing paper, 12 X 18 (100 sheets)
  • Construction paper, assorted colors
    12 X 18 (80 sheets)
  • Four folders with pockets only (no brads) and one folder with pockets and brads
  • School box (plastic) or plastic zipper pouch
  • Large eraser
  • One red marking pencil
  • Washable water color markers
  • Watercolors with brush
  • Hand wipes (1 box)
  • Hand saniter (8 oz.)

Second Grade

  • Crayons (16 colors)
  • White glue (4 oz. bottle)
  • Four pencils (regular #2)
  • Facial tissues (250 count box)
  • Scissors (sharp point)
  • Three writing tablets (Mead 2-3 or Mead K-2 or Pacon Grade 2 or equivalent)
    (1/2” ruled – red baseline)
  • Three wide-rule spiral tablets (70 sheets)
  • Notebook paper (wide rule) 200 ct.
  • White (preferred) or manila drawing paper, 12 X 18 (100 sheets)
  • Construction paper, assorted colors
    12 X 18 (80 sheets)
  • Four folders with pockets and brads
  • Plastic ruler, 12” (inch and centimeter)
  • School box (plastic, small size) or zipper pouch
  • Large eraser
  • Two red marking pencils
  • Colored pencils (box of 12)
  • One highlighter (yellow)
  • Washable water color markers
  • Watercolors with brush
  • Hand wipes (1 box)
  • Hand Sanitizer (8 oz.)

* No folders larger than 11” x 14”, please.


Third Grade

  • Crayons (24 colors)
  • White glue (4 oz. bottle)
  • Four pencils (regular #2)
  • Facial tissues (250 count box)
  • Scissors (sharp point)
  • One writing tablet (Mead 2-3 or equivalent) (1/2” ruled – red baseline)
  • Three wide-rule spiral tablets (70 sheets)
  • Notebook paper (wide rule) 200 ct.
  • White (preferred) or manila drawing paper 12 X 18 (50 sheets)
  • Construction paper, assorted colors
    12 X 18 (40 sheets)
  • Four solid color folders with brads and pockets (assorted colors)
  • Plastic ruler, 12” (inch and centimeter)
  • Colored pencils (box of 12)
  • Heavy duty zipper pouch (large) or large school box
  • Two red marking pencils
  • One highlighter (yellow)
  • Large eraser
  • Washable water color markers
  • Watercolors with brush
  • Hand wipes (1 box)
  • Hand Sanitizer (8 oz.)


Fourth Grade

  • Crayons (24 colors)
  • White glue (4 oz. bottle)
  • Four pencils (regular #2)
  • Facial tissues (250 count box)
  • Scissors (sharp point)
  • Three wide-rule spiral tablets (70 sheets)
  • Notebook paper (wide rule) 200 ct.
  • One three-ring notebook, 2” wide, with subject dividers and zipper pouch
  • White (preferred) or manila drawing paper 12 X 18 (50 sheets)
  • Construction paper, assorted colors
    12 X 18 (40 sheets)
  • Four solid color folders with brads and pockets (assorted colors)
  • Plastic ruler, 12” (inch and centimeter)
  • One red pen (ballpoint or felt tip)
  • Colored pencils (box of 12)
  • One highlighter (yellow)
  • Large eraser
  • Washable water color markers
  • Watercolors with brush
  • Hand wipes (1 box)
  • Hand Sanitizer (8 oz.)


Fifth Grade

  • Crayons (24 colors)
  • White glue (4 oz. bottle)
  • Four pencils (regular #2)
  • Facial tissues (250 count box)
  • Scissors (sharp point)
  • Three wide-rule spiral tablets (100 page)
  • Notebook paper (wide rule) 200 ct.
  • Three-ring notebook with package of subject dividers (2” notebooks; no thicker)
  • White (preferred) or manila drawing paper 12 X 18 (50 sheets)
  • Construction paper, assorted colors
    12 X 18 (40 sheets)
  • Four folders with brads and pockets
  • Plastic ruler, 12” (inch and centimeter)
  • Colored pencils (box of 12)
  • Red pen (fine point felt or ballpoint)
  • Ballpoint pen (blue or black)
  • Zipper pouch (large)
  • One highlighter (yellow)
  • Washable water color markers
  • Watercolors with brush
  • Hand wipes (1 box)
  • Hand Sanitizer (8 oz.)

Dress Code

Students' dress and grooming are expected to be in keeping with accepted community standards. The following statements are guidelines:   

  • Shoes must be worn at all times. 
  • Students in grades K-2 may wear regular shorts. Students in grades 3-12 may wear shorts but must meet the following standards: 
    •  Must be loose-fitting; no biking shorts, cutoffs, boxer shorts or combination thereof. 
    •  Must be hemmed or cuffed. 
    •  Length must be to the fingertips or longer. 
  • Dresses or skirts must be longer than fingertips. 
  • Tanks tops, tube tops, halter type blouses or mesh shirts will not be permitted.
  • Sun dresses will be permitted if modestly cut. Shirts should overlap the waistband of skirts, shorts, or pants. 
  • Items with provocative, offensive, violent, or drug-related pictures or slogans will not be permitted. Items advertising alcoholic beverages or tobacco products will not be permitted. 
  • No hats, caps, bandannas, hoods, wallet chains, or sunglasses. 
  • No type of clothing which has been torn or has holes will be allowed. 
  • No sagging pants or shorts. 
  • No gang paraphernalia. 
  • No visible pierced jewelry other than earrings. 
  • All students are expected to meet community standards and school policies with regard to health, cleanliness and appearance. All safety rules must be obeyed. 

Standardized dress or other unique situations may be dealt with by the individual campuses, as long as they do not violate policy. For example: if a school considers standardized dress they must adhere to the following guidelines:    

  • Must be approved by School Improvement Committee
  • Must be shared and discussed with the campus PTA board
  • Establish a firm decision by January to implement for the next school year
  • Effectively communicate decision to all parents
  • Participation is voluntary for students and staff
  • The standardized dress option is limited to elementary campuses only
  • Special consideration may be given to middle schools to adopt standardized dress, if the majority of elementary feeder schools are practicing standardized dress