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2016-2017 HS Supply List(s)

 

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Ben Booth, Ag Ed

CASE Intro to AFNR

3 inch Binder, 12 tab divider pages

CASE Animal Science

3 inch Binder, 15 tab divider pages

CASE Plant Science

3 inch Binder, 15 tab divider pages

CASE Animal and Plant Biotech

3 inch Binder, 12 tab divider pages

Research Lab Note Book Can be purchased online (Must Have)

CASE Agricultural Power and Technology

Closed toed shoes (not tennis shoes) or leather boots, work jeans with no holes or frays. Personal Safety Glasses if you do not want to use School Issued.

 

Tom Casey, Industrial Tech

Building Tech I

Wooden graphite pencil, Notebook, Basic project idea for a beginning woodworking class.

Building Tech II

Wooden graphite pencil, Notebook, A project idea for an advanced woodworking class.  Examples wood cabinets, tables, and other interior furniture items.

CAD

No supplies needed.. Computer knowledge and good reading skills.

Small Engines

Pen or Pencil, Notebook. A small 4-cycle engine to work on in class.  An older 3.5 to 5 horsepower engine is the best to work on.

Construction

Pen or pencil, Notebook

 

Kevin Lahndorf, Business/Computers

Computer Applications

Flash Drive

Careers II

2 inch binder, 50-sheet protectors

Webpage Design

Flash Drive

 

 

Jenni Erb, FCS

Careers I

REQUIRED: Shoe box (or similar size box) and 3 ring binder for portfolio, folder, lined paper. Recommended: Page protectors for portfolio

Comp FCS

REQUIRED: 1 bottle hand sanitizer, folder, lined paper, fabric and matching thread for sewing project (if the student wants to keep project)

Foods I

REQUIRED: folder, lined paper, 1 box zip lock baggies

Recommended: Small disposable containers (cottage cheese, cool whip, etc.) for leftovers

Foods II

Required: 1 bottle dish soap, lined paper, folder

Recommended: Small disposable containers (cottage cheese, cool whip, etc.)  and baggies for leftovers

Textiles Design

REQUIRED: fabric and matching thread with other possible sewing notions for projects students plan to keep (such as fleece, thread, fabric for other sewing projects, macrame supplies, cross-stitch material, etc.), folder, lined paper. Recommended: poster board for a project, fashion magazines.

Child Development

REQUIRED: poster board for a project, fashion magazines

Child Development Practicum

REQUIRED: folder, lined paper

Family Living

REQUIRED: folder, lined paper. Recommended: poster board for a project.

Home Management

REQUIRED: folder, lined paper, pencils, eraser, poster board for final project. Recommended: ruler, calculator.

7th and 8th Grade Exploratory

REQUIRED: lined paper, folder. Recommended: zip-lock baggies, small disposable containers (cottage cheese, cool whip, etc.) for leftovers.

 

Judy Jacobsen, Multimedia, Learning Center

Multimedia Design

Pen/Pencil, Folder, Paper, Headphones or Earbuds, Kleenex 
(1
box)

ALEKS or Odysseyware Online classes

Pen
/
Pencil
, Paper


 

Video Production

Pen/Pencil, Folder, Paper, Kleenex 
(1
box), Headphones or Earbuds, Non-School Transportation to evening/weekend events

AP Computer Science

Pen/Pencil, Folder, Paper, Headphones or Earbuds, Kleenex 
(1
box)

 

Beth Hagedorn, Life Skills

Life Skills

Required: Headphones OR earbuds.

Basic English I, II, III

Required: Writing utensils, notebook, Headphones OR earbuds

 

Tina Newman, Science

Biology,:

3 ring binder and loose leaf paper OR notebook and folder, writing utensils, extra large book  cover

Modern Biology:

3 ring binder and loose leaf paper OR notebook and folder,, writing utensils, extra large book cover

Environmental Science

3 ring binder and loose leaf paper OR notebook and folder, writing utensils, extra large book cover

Anatomy and Physiology

3 ring binder and loose leaf paper OR notebook and folder, writing utensils, extra large book cover, colored pencils

 

Maureen Drees, Science

Physics

Scientific calculator, pen/pencil, folder for assignments, notebook for notes

loose leaf paper

Chemistry

Calculator that can handle scientific notation, pen/pencil, folder for assignments, notebook for notes, loose leaf paper, book cover

Physical Science

Calculator, pen/pencil, folder for assignments, notebook for notes, loose leaf paper, book cover

General Science

Pen/pencil, folder for assignments, loose leaf paper, book cover

 

Kyle Vanderhorst, Social Studies

American History

Notebook, Folder, Writing Utensils

World Geography I/II

Notebook, Folder, Writing Utensils, Colored Pencils

Government Notebook, Folder, Writing Utensils

 

Cory McCarville, Social Studies

World History  Notebook, Writing Utensil

AP History

Notebook, Folder, Writing Utensil

American History Since 1950

Notebook, Writing Utensil

 

Suzanne Lottridge-Polzien, English

English I

Notebook for taking notes and completing assignments, writing utensils including pencils and blue or black pens, folder

Sports Literature

Notebook for taking notes and completing assignments, writing utensils including pencils and blue or black pens

Creative Writing

Notebook for taking notes and completing assignments, writing utensils including pencils and blue or black pens

English IV

Notebook for taking notes and completing assignments, writing utensils including pencils and blue or black pens

Composition I and II

Hacker, Diana and Nancy Sommers.  A Writer’s Reference, seventh edition, notebook, pens/pencils

 

Allison McCarville, English

English 2,3

Notebook, pens/pencils, folder or binder

Oral Communications

Notebook, pens/pencils, folder or binder, notecards (recommended)

 

Mindy Skillen, Mathematics

Pre-Algebra

3-ring binder, graph paper,notebook or loose leaf paper, pencils, checking pen, scientific calculator: I find the TI-34 Multiview or TI 30XIIS are cheap and user-friendly

Consumer Math3-ring binder, notebook or loose leaf paper, pencils, checking pen, scientific calculator: I find the TI-34 Multiview or TI 30XIIS are cheap and user-friendly

Basic Math

3-ring binder, pencils, scientific calculator (TI-34 Multiview or TI-30XIIS type)

Geometry

protractor, notebook or loose leaf paper, 3-ring binder, graph paper, pencils, checking pen, scientific calculator: If you are planning on taking math beyond Geometry in high school you may want to purchase some type of TI84 graphing calculator If you are not planning on taking any more upper level high school math courses then any scientific calculator will be sufficient, I find the TI-34 Multiview or TI 30XIIS are cheap and user-friendly.

Applied Math

3-ring binder, pencils, checking pen, scientific calculator (TI-34 Multiview or TI-30XIIS type)

 

Brad Benton, Mathematics

Algebra I

Required: 2" 3-ring binder, graph paper, highlighters, dividers, straight edge, calculator, pencil caddy

Algebra II

Required: 2" 3-ring binder, graph paper, highlighters, dividers, straight edge, graphing calculator, pencil caddy. Recommended: TI-84 Plus C or TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator.

Advanced Senior Math, Calculus

Graph Paper, TI-84 Plus Silver Edition or TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition Graphing Calculator

 

Kari Ranniger, Spanish

Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4

Pencil/Pen, Pocket Folder, Notebook, Book Cover

 

Keith Wagner, PE/Weights

All P.E/weight training classes require a change of clothes. Sweatpants are fine as well. Clean gym shoes are also a requirement. T-shirts must be school appropriate and stay away from cut-offs.

 

Gene Rasmussen, Weights and Health

Health I and II

Book cover (recommended), notebook, (recommended)

Weights

Twin Pocket Folder with Fasteners (recommended)

All P.E/weight training classes require a change of clothes. Sweatpants are fine as well. Clean gym shoes are also a requirement. T-shirts must be school appropriate and stay away from cut-offs.

 

Elizabeth Book, Choir

Black slacks, black socks, and black closed-toe shoes for concerts.

 

Don Struve, Band

Black pants, black socks, black shoes (no open toed shoes), and white tuxedo shirt for concerts.

 

Jean Ferneding, Art

All Art classes

Required supplies, #2 pencil (no mechanical pencil), pink pearl eraser

 

 

 



 

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