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Lyon Elementary School Supply List



Community Supplies –Do not label for whole class

24 pencils - (yellow) sharpened if possible

12 glue sticks

2 large boxes of Kleenex

2 bottles of hand sanitizer

1 pack black expo whiteboard markers

1 package of baby wipes or clorox wipes

1 box ziploc bags   

Individual Supplies—Label with name

Earthquake kit


First Grade

Community Supplies   

1 package of 72 count baby wipes

2 boxes of 24 count Crayola Crayons

2 Composition Books (wide ruled)

1 4-pack of Black Expo markers (white board) 

Individual Supplies—Label with name

Earthquake kit


Second Grade (please label with student's name) 

Community Supplies   

2 wide-ruled spiral notebooks

1 24-pack of crayons

3 boxes of tissue

3 dozen (36) pencils

1 glue stick

1 pair scissors

3 bottles of hand sanitizer (12 oz or larger)

3 large erasers

3 pocket folders

1 crayon supply box

1 composition notebook

1 24-pk colored pencils

Individual Supplies—Label with name

1 backpack

1 earthquake kit       

Third Grade (Please label with student’s name)

Community Supplies

3 wide ruled spiral notebooks

 3 large erasers   

2 boxes of tissue

3 dozen Ticonderoga pencils

1 glue stick   

2 composition notebooks  

 1 package of EXPO Dry Eraser markers

Individual Supplies—Label with name

1 backpack

1 earthquake kit   

Mrs. Olafson's students also need:

 3 folders with metal prongs

1 2"-binder

Mrs. Clarke's students also need:

1 box of 24 Crayola Crayons

3 folders with pockets

Fourth Grade

 Shared Supplies

 8 spiral notebooks (one subject, wide-ruled)

6 plain 2-pocket folders

No. 2 pencils (Ticonderoga preferred)

1 pack of colored pencils

Whiteboard markers

Hand sanitizer

Scotch tape


Individual Supplies—Label with name

 1 two-inch 3-ring binder

1 set of earbuds

1 Reusable water bottle

1 earthquake kit

Teacher Wish List

Lysol wipes   

Fifth Grade

Community Supplies –Do not label for whole class

 2 boxes of tissue

2 dozen pencils (Ticonderoga)

2 large pink erasers   

Individual Supplies—Label with name

5 two-pocket folders with prongs (1 red, 1 blue, 1 gree, 1 yellow, 1 purple)

1 1/2"-binder and 1 set of dividers

1 backpack

1 set of earbuds

1 earthquake kit

1 reusable water bottle

Autism Class Supply List


Plastic silverware

1 pack glue sticks/1 bottle liquid glue

3-ring pencil case with zipper (fabric, vinyl)

Sanitizing/Clorox wipes

Hand sanitizer

Baby wipes

SNACKS! (non-perishable: cereal, crackers, pretzels, raisins, fruit snacks, etc.)

1 change of clothes (socks, shoes, and underwear)

Diapers, wipes, & gloves (if your child uses them)

1 earthquake kit

Feel Free to donate clothes your child has outgrown for back up for classmates

Items Contained in an Emergency/Earthquake Kit

The staff at Mary Lyon is recommending that each of you prepare an Emergency/Earthquake Supply Kit for each of your children. If there is an emergency at school and your child needed to stay, this Emergency Kit would provide them with their own supply of food, etc. If the kit is not used this year, your child can bring it to their next classroom or school. Here are some ideas for the kit:

  • Use a gallon size Ziploc freezer bag for the kit

  • Enclose a picture and family emergency information on an index card

    (Include on the card: date, student’s name, teacher’s name, home address, age, home phone, parents name, parents, daytime phone, people to contact in case of emergency and medical information)

  • 1-2 cans of food (like chili, ravioli, etc.)

  • 1-2 mini size boxes of cereal

  • Boxed juice or small bottle of water

  • Small box of crackers (“Handi” snacks)

  • 1 chocolate bar ( M&M or Hershey’s Kissses)

  • 1 large “Hefty” type garbage sack (for clothing/weather protection)

  • A note of reassurance from you to your child that will provide him/her with comfort during this time.

Remember, all items need to be non-perishable. If it is easier, many grocery stores sell prepared emergency kits. Look for these kits in August and September. Whether your family makes the Emergency Kit or buys one, help your child be prepared and feel safe.