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Supply List for 2018-2019

2018-2019 Supply List  (Printable PDF)

Dwight D. Eisenhower Junior High School

Supply List 2018-2019

All students will need:

(*These items are used in all classes day to day and may need to be replenished throughout the year)

  • Pens (black, blue, red)
  • Yellow Highlighter
  • #2 Pencils
  • Erasers
  • Loose Leaf Paper
  • Inexpensive Headphones/Earbuds (to fit inside the zipper pouch on the Chromebook case)
  • 3 boxes of Kleenex (turned into your Advocacy teacher on the first day of school)

7th Grade Core Class Materials Needed:

Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies
1 pack of #2 pencils

1 pack of black pens

1 package of post-its

1 pack of highlighters

1 folder

1 inch 3-Ring Binder

1 pack of #2 pencils

1 package of Dry

Erase Markers

1 ½ inch 3-Ring Binder 1 pack of colored pencils or thin     colored markers

1 highlighter

Gdowski/Schwich – 1 folder

Kasinger – 1 inch 3-Ring  Binder


8th Grade Core Class Materials Needed:

Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies
1 Folder -OR- 3-ringed Binder


1 Pack of #2 pencils

1 Pack of black/blue pens

1 Pack of highlighters

1 Box of Kleenex

1 inch 3-Ring Binder

1 pack of #2 pencils

1 package of Dry

Erase Markers

2 Pocket Folder


1 inch 3-Ring Binder



7th AND 8th Grade Physical Education/Health and Electives:

Spanish Electives Phy Ed/Health Chorus Art
1 ½ 3-Ring Binder Folder with Pockets

P.E. Uniform (sold by

P.E. Teacher)

Gym Shoes

Folder with Pockets White Cotton Shirt

6×9 or larger Sketch



Band or Orchestra Wheel and Music Media STEM
1 inch 3-Ring Binder 4 AA Batteries 1 inch 3-Ring Binder


Notification & Procedures for School Closings (& Weather Warnings)

School Cancellation Notification

Last year the Federal Communications Commission had changed its regulations and would no longer allow us to call home when school was closed for weather unless given permission. We sent instructions about logging in to the School Messenger Notification System’s InfoCenter to update your phone permissions. Well the FCC regulations have changed once again.

Under the revised regulations, the FCC recognizes a weather-related closing (such as a snow day) as an emergency. Therefore, District 54 will once again be calling parents and staff members if we were to close for a snow day. We have reset the SchoolMessenger settings to make this the default setting. If you do not wish to receive a call, please login to SchoolMessenger’s InfoCenter by following the instructions at and update your preferences.

District 54’s procedure during a Wind Chill Warning and Wind Chill Advisory

A warning is typically issued by the National Weather Service when the wind chill will be -30 degrees Fahrenheit or colder OR the actual air temperature is -15 degrees Fahrenheit. When a warning is issued, classes and extracurricular activities will be cancelled. During a wind chill advisory, we will have class, but students will be kept inside for recess, PE, etc.

Crisis Information- Información de Crisis

Due to a change in the Federal Communications Commission regulations, District 54 needs to receive parent permission to call your phones when school will be closed. You will not receive a phone call when we are closed due to weather, unless you follow the steps outlined in the attached letter from District 54 Community Relations Director Terri McHugh. The steps outline how you can subscribe to text messaging and also how you can use the SchoolMessenger InfoCenter app or website to give permission for us to call you in a weather-related closing. Regardless of the choice you make, we are still able to call all parents and emergency contacts in emergency situations, such as a hard lockdown.

I am also attaching a letter outlining the drills that we do with students to prepare for crisis situations. Please take a minute to read through that letter as we will begin drills shortly after students return to school.

2016-8-5 InfoCenter and Texting Letter to Parents 8-16.doc

2016-8-5 School Drills – Emergency Response Parent Lettter 2016.doc

Información de Crisis

Debido a un cambio en las regulaciones de la Comisión Federal de Comunicaciones, el Distrito 54 necesita recibir permiso de los padres en  la eventualidad  de cierre.  Usted NO recibirá una llamada en la eventualidad de cierre por causa de mal tiempo  a menos que usted siga los pasos  listados en la carta adjunta que remite  La Sra. Terri McHugh, Directora de Relaciones Comunitarias del Distrito 54. Los pasos describen cómo usted puede suscribirse a mensajes de texto y también cómo puede utilizar la aplicación “School Messenger Info Center” o su sitio web para dar permiso para que le llamemos en la eventualidad de un cierre relacionado con el clima. Independientemente de la elección que usted  haga, seremos  capaces de llamar a todos los padres y contactos de emergencia en situaciones de emergencia, como por ejemplo un bloqueo  fuerte “Hard lockdown”.

Adjunto también una carta  que lista los ejercicios que realizamos con los estudiantes  para prepararles   en la eventualidad de situaciones de crisis. Por favor tome un minuto para leer esa carta  ya que empezaremos los ejercicios un poco después de que los estudiantes regresen a la escuela.

2016-8-5 InfoCenter and Texting Letter to Parents 8-16-Spanish.doc

2016-8-5 School Drills – Emergency Response Parent Lettter 2016 Spanish.doc

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