School Supplies: 6th Grade
6th Grade Core Classes
To bring to & from school:
- Bookbag, non-wheely (1)
- 3-ring binders, 2" (3)
- 3-ring binders, 1" or 1.5" (1 for math)
- Dividers for 3-ring binders (1 package)
- Loose-leaf paper, wide-ruled (2 packages)
- Plastic (not paper) folders for 3-ring binder (2)
- Clear sheet protectors for 3-ring binder(15 [5 each: Math, Sci, & ELA])
- Pen/pencil pouch for 3-ring binder (1)
- Pencils (10 minimum)
- Set of Colored pencils (1)
- Small pencil sharpener with case for shavings (1)
- Composition (not spiral) notebooks (2 [2 for Language Arts, 1 for SS)
- Flash Drive (optional)
To be left in classroom:
- Tissue (4-6 boxes)
- Markers (1 box)
- Colored pencils (1 box)
- Graph paper (1 pack)
- Pencils (3 packs)
- Erasers for pencil caps (1 pack)
- Lysol wipes (1 container)
- Scissors (1-2 pair adult sized)
- Cardstock (any color)
- Ziploc bags (1 box sandwich or pint sized)
- Hand sanitizer (1 bottle)
- Glue sticks (3+ pack)
- Colored copy paper (any color)
- Sharpies (2 pack)
Health & P.E.
For Physical Education:
- Tee-shirt (blue, white, gray or black)
- Shorts or sweat pants (same colors as above)
- Tennis shoes
- Gym bag / draw string bag
- Combination lock for gym locker
- White socks
For Healthy Living Class:
- Pocket folder (any color)
- 1 box of tissues per student
- Washable colored markers (10 pack is fine)
If you are able, please choose a few items from this list to donate to your team's classrooms.
- Gift cards for classroom supplies (Walmart, Target, Office Depot)
- Tissues, Tissues, Tissues!
- Band-aids (non-medicated)
- Paper Towels
- Cleansing Wipes
- Hand Sanitizer
- Reams of colored copy paper
- Reams of card stock
- Notebook Paper, wide-ruled
- Construction Paper
- 3x5 Index Cards
Pens, Pencils, Markers
- Whiteboard Markers in various colors
- Sharpies & Crayola Markers
- Pens (blue or black)
- Pencils (#2, wood)
- Graphite for mechanical pencils (0.7mm)
- Colored Pencils
- Tape - clear, masking, duct
- Glue Sticks
- Magazines (for cutting up, middle school appropriate)
- Small prizes (please no candy)
- Educational board games (Battleship, Bananagrams, Boggle, etc.)
- Books appropriate for middle school — used books are fine!
Parent To-Do List
To start the school year off right, here's a handy checklist:
- Mark your calendar for RHMS's Open House, the week before school starts.
- Confirm transportation for your student, either at our Open House or by calling RHMS.
- Provide contact info to RHMS and your child's team.
- Make sure RHMS has your correct phone number, so you will get weekly recorded announcements.
- Decide how you'll stay up to date! RHMS sends updates by email (via a Google Group), text messages, Facebook and Twitter. For more instructions, see the left column of our homepage.
- Join our PTA
- Go to K12PaymentCenter.com to set up and fund your child's lunch account. No more lost lunch money!
- Get your PowerSchool Home Base username and password, so you can check grades and attendance online.
- If you wish to volunteer or be a chaperone, register as a volunteer with DPS. Approval can take several days (or longer), so fill it out early! Approval is good for two years.