School Supplies and Classroom Needs

HANDS Students share supplies that are pooled in community bins for everyone to use. I am also listing personal supplies students will want/need. Please also check out my national teacher registry at nationalteacherregistry.com Registry can be found through McPartlon or Registry #499999125243 or Taos Middle School.

Community Supplies: No. 2 Non-mechanical pencils, loose leaf paper, blue pens, washable markers, sticky notes (all sizes), tissues, clorox wipes, windex or all-purpose cleaner, paper towels, pencil erasers, and highlighters.

Personal Supplies: No. 2 Non-mechanical pencils, loose leaf paper, 2 lined composition notebooks, 2 graph paper notebooks, 1" binder w/tab dividers (flexible kind preferred), water bottle, calculator, personal pencil sharpener, thesaurus, World Atlas, dictionary, pencil erasers.

Suggestion: Math Facts Flash Cards (All students must be able to pass basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division 100 facts tests by the end of the first 9 weeks of school. They have 5 mins to complete 100 problems with a 90% or higher pass rate.)

Things we need for the classroom: electric pencil sharpener, curtains, rugs, two large welcome mats, outdoor paint (for metal railings) & painting supplies, cups, plates, knives, forks, curtains, bookshelves

Things that would be fun in the classroom: plants and small pets - must be approved by Mr. Cordova.


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Taos, New Mexico, United States
My name is Hillary McPartlon. I am the teacher of the HANDS Program. H.A.N.D.S (Helping Academic Needs of Diverse Students) is a pilot program at Taos Middle School for 6th graders. It is designed for students who seek a challenging environment with a hands-on approach. Through multi-disciplinary learning, students will learn core academics, real-world challenges, and leadership skills. The HANDS Lab is for learners of all levels and backgrounds. The ultimate goal is to treat each student as an individual learner as part of a cooperative team.

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