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Keene State College, Keene, NH

N.H. HQT Certification

We are pleased to announce that we have hired our very own Sarah Gray as our 3rd/4th grade teacher.  In addition to working with Anne, Sarah has had a variety of long-term sub positions that have prepared her for having her own classroom.


Back to School Shopping List:  

2014-2015 supply list for grade 3-4

  • water bottle labeled with child’s name or initials

  • indoor shoes, such as crocs, that will remain in classroom

  • 1 pencil case with a zipper (boxes are too big)

  • 4 #2 pencils (but please have many more ready, mechanical are OK)

  • 2 erasers

  • Student Scissors

  • 1 handheld pencil sharpener (left in pencil case)

  • 1 package of colored pencils (preferably Crayola, plus an extra red pencil)

  • 1 package of markers (preferably Crayola)

  • watercolor paint set

  • 1 highlighting marker

  • 1 fine line dry erase marker

  • 1 old, clean tube sock (to be used as eraser for student dry erase board)

  • 2 glue sticks, 1 glue bottle

  • protractor

  • 1 inexpensive pair of ear buds (placed in a baggie with child’s name, please)

  • 1 box of tissues for classroom

  • 1 subject spiral notebook for writing journal (wide lined is best for this grade) I bought mine for $0.17 this summer so look for deals!

  • 5 wide-ruled composition books: these notebooks can be soft cover or hard cover. For Math: if possible, please have a composition book that is graph lined (I know these can be found at Staples), but if you cannot find one, no worries!  Mead composition books can be found for about $0.50 at various stores so the Dollar Store isn’t necessarily your friend. Please have your student’s name clearly written on the cover of each one!

  • 5 inexpensive, 2 pocket folders of choice, labeled clearly with child’s name and subject (Math, Science, Social Studies, ELA, Homework)

  • 3rd graders: package of disinfectant wipes and/or refillable cleaner spray for tables

  • 4th graders: Mr. Clean magic erasers

  • a smooth rock of your choosing, should be no bigger than one that fits in your palm (won’t need this right away but would hate for your student to be hunting for one in the dead of winter!)


  • Expo Dry Erase Markers and Eraser for boards

  • hand sanitizer

  • 3 x 5 self sticky note pads, varying colors and shapes

  • Gallon, quart sized ziplock bags

  • yard/metric sticks

  • Gift cards for art supplies, classroom supplies, books!
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