Elm Grove Elementary School

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    Elm Grove Elementary School Supply List
    *Note* This list was made by Elm Grove teachers and may differ from the district list. 

    PLEASE LABEL EVERYTHING!! There will be no community supplies.

    1 package 8 count skinny markers (classic colors)
    1 package skinny dry erase markers
    3 containers of Play-Doh
    4 boxes 24 count Crayola crayons
    6 Elmer’s glue sticks
    1 bottle liquid school glue
    1 box of colored pencils
    1 pair of children’s safety scissors
    1 package white cardstock
    1 nap mat
    2 boxes of facial tissue
    2 sets of 8 count washable watercolors
    2 solid color spiral notebooks
    1 PRIMARY composition journal
    2 plastic folders with pockets and brads
    1 roll paper towels
    1 package wet wipes
    1 canister disinfectant wipes
    1 box of sandwich-size resealable baggies (girls)
    1 box of gallon-size resealable bags (boys)

    5 Crayola Crayons 24 count
    2 Markers (thick Crayola, classic colors 10 count)
    2 boxes facial tissue
    1 supply box (plastic)
    1 Primary Writing Journal (half page ruled)
    4 solid colored plastic pocket folders with brads (red, blue, green and yellow)
    12 #2 Ticonderoga pencils (already sharpened)
    1 pair of scissors
    15 Elmer’s glue sticks
    1 glue bottle (Elmer's school glue)
    2 white high polymer erasers
    1 package of dry erase markers (thick)
    1 box Ziploc bags quart size
    1 box Ziploc bags gallon size
    1 large can of Clorox Wipes
    1 bottle of hand sanitizer
    1 pair of headphones (not earbuds)
    2 Large Pink Erasers

    2 Crayola Crayons 24 ct
    1 Crayola Thick Markers 8 ct
    1 Crayola Thin Markers 8 ct
    2 Sharpie black fine marker
    2 boxes of tissue
    1 plastic school box 8.5 x 5.75 x 2.5
    2 white pentel hi-polymer erasers
    1 Primary wide ruled composition book
    24 pencils
    1 sharp 5” scissors
    12 glue sticks
    1 red pocket/brad folder
    1 yellow pocket/brad folder
    1 blue pocket/brad folder
    1 green pocket/brad folder
    1 over the ear adjustable headphones
    8 count Expo dry erase markers
    1 bottle of hand sanitizer (8 oz.)
    2 packages of lysol disinfectant wipes
    1 box of reclosable sandwich bags (boys bring)
    1 box of reclosable gallon size bags (girls bring)

    2 Crayola Crayons 24CT
    1 Crayola Ultra Clean Wash Thick Markers 8CT
    1 8 Count Crayola Markers Bold/Fluorescent Broad-Tip
    2 Scotties Tissue 120CT
    1 Asst Plastic School Box 8.5 X 5.75 X 2.5
    2 Pentel Hi-Polymer Eraser
    1 1-Subject Wide Ruled Spiral Asst 70CT
    5 Wide Ruled Black Marble Comp Book 100CT
    1 Wide Rule 8X10.5 Filler Paper 120CT
    36 NO2 Dixon Ticonderoga Sharpened Pencils Latex Free
    1 Sharp 5" Scissors
    12 Elmer’s .21 OZ Washable Purple Glue Stick
    2 Elmer’s 4OZ School Liquid Glue
    1 Red Plastic Pocket and Brad Folder
    1 Blue Plastic Pocket and Brad Folder
    1 Green Plastic Pocket and Brad Folder
    1 Yellow Plastic Pocket and Brad Folder
    1 On The Ear Adjustable Band Headphones HO415
    8 Low Odor Black Chisel Tip Dry Erase Marker
    1 Sharpie Black Ultra Fine Marker
    1 Crayola Washable Watercolor Paint
    1 Crayola Colored Pencils
    1 Highlighter
    GIRLS- 80 Count 9 Inch White Paper Plates
    Box of Reclosable Gallon Bags 30 Count
    BOYS- 1 Waterless Hand Sanitizer with Pump 8OZ
    Box of Reclosable Sandwich Bags 50 Count

    2 Crayola Crayons 24CT
    2 Crayola Ultra Clean Wash Thick Markers 8CT
    2 Tissue box 120CT
    1 Pencil Pouch/ bag
    2 large Erasers (LATEX FREE)
    1 7" Pre Sharpened Colored Pencils 12CT
    4 Highlighters
    2 Wide Ruled Comp Book 100CT
    1 Wide Ruled Notebook Paper
    1 Wide Ruled Spiral Notebook
    48 NO2 Dixon Ticonderoga Sharpened Pencils Latex Free
    1 Sharp 5" Scissors
    12 Glue Stick
    7 Assorted Plastic Pocket with Brad Folders
    1 Headphones/Earbuds (WHATEVER YOUR CHILD WILL WEAR)
    2 Low Odor Chisel Tip Dry Erase Marker 4CT
    1 Waterless Hand Sanitizer with Pump 8OZ
    1 Box of Reclosable Quart Bags 25CT (girls)
    1 Box of Reclosable Gallon Bags-20CT (boys)
    1 Paper Towels 85CT (BULK)
    1 Clorox Wipes "GREEN WORKS" 30 CT (BULK)

    2 Crayola Crayons 24 count
    2 boxes of facial tissue
    1 zippered pencil pouch
    4 Pentel Hi-Polymer erasers
    1 box of colored map pencils
    4 composition books
    24 Ticonderoga pencils (sharpened if possible)
    1 scissors
    12 glue sticks
    4 plastic folders with brads
    1 set of earbuds
    1 package of dry erase markers
    1 box of quart size baggies (boys)
    1 box of gallon size baggies (girls)
    1 container of disinfecting wipes
    2 Sharpies– black ultra fine
    2 Sharpies– black fine
    4 highlighters– different colors

    2 Crayola Crayons 24 count
    1 markers (Thick Crayola, Classic Colors)
    1 pencil pouch
    1 pkg. pencil-top erasers
    2 boxes colored map pencils
    2 spiral notebooks (wide rule)
    2 composition books
    36 #2 standard pencils
    1 scissors
    4 glue sticks
    4 black sharpies (fine point)
    4 plastic folders with brads
    1 set of earbuds/headphones
    2 packages dry erase markers (4 count)
    1 box of Ziploc bags (boys-quart size & girls-gallon size)
    2 yellow highlighters
    3 boxes Kleenex tissue



  • Board Sends Letter to State Officials Regarding COVID-19

    Our teachers and campus staff are the heart of our community. Our teachers, staff and administrators would like nothing more than to welcome every one of our over 21,000 students back to school; but when staff, many of whom have children in the District, are afraid to come back for in-person instruction due to an increase in the number of positive COVID cases, we have a problem that needs to be addressed. As conditions worsen and doubling rates increase, how can we honestly justify putting educators and their students in peril. At some point, when this health crisis levels off, it may be safe to bring everyone back into the classroom, but, as it stands right now, local school districts need the flexibility to make decisions based on a measured response to local conditions and data. As educators, we know that one size does not fit all.

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  • Board Votes to Retire Hays High School Rebel Mascot

    On Thursday, July 16, 2020, the Hays CISD Board of Trustees voted unanimously to retire the Hays High School rebel mascot, clearing the way for a new mascot selection process to being in the coming months. The district said in a July 6, 2020 statement, “Based on student, teacher, and community feedback, the Hays CISD administration will recommend that the Board of Trustees vote to change the Hays High School rebel mascot. The mascot of a high school is supposed to serve as a unifying symbol and a rallying-point for school pride – a way for all students to collectively celebrate their academic, athletic, and fine arts accomplishments and cheer on their teams. When a mascot mires the school in political controversy and pits students, families, and community members against each other; it is time to change.”

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  • Ginn Named New Dahlstrom MS Principal

    Hays Consolidated Independent School District (Hays CISD) Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright announced Monday that Dedrah Ginn, current Dahlstrom Middle School assistant principal, will serve as the new principal for the campus beginning with the 2020-2021 school year. The announcement followed approval by the Board of Trustees at its June business meeting. Ginn brings with her more than a decade’s worth of experience in teaching and campus leadership.

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  • Morales to Lead Lehman Mariachi Program

    Hays Consolidated Independent School District (Hays CISD) Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright is pleased to announce the selection of Alondra Morales as the director of the award-winning Lehman High School mariachi band program, which includes the ensembles Mariachi Los Lobos, Mariachi Azul y Plata, Mariachi Luz de Luna, and Mariachi Primaria. She brings with her a combination of teaching and professional performance experience.

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  • A Message from Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright: We Are Stronger Together

    Nine days ago, nearly nine heartbreaking minutes were captured on video. In those minutes, George Floyd was murdered. Today, all four of those responsible were finally criminally charged. Mr. Floyd’s murder has opened, yet again, a suffering in America that continues to wound our collective soul. Following the death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., his close confidant and Civil Rights Movement icon in his own right, former Atlanta Mayor and UN Ambassador Andrew Young, has said, “We were never concerned with who killed Martin Luther King, but what killed Martin Luther King" – an observation that still haunts us more than 50 years later. It is my hope and commitment that, this time, we can all do our part to unite in the cause of love and healing. Silence on the matter is no longer acceptable, because it is tantamount to complicity.

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