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4301 Sandy Porter Road; Suite D
Charlotte, NC 28273
Courier #: 693
P: 980-343-1107  |  F: 980-343-1111 
Principal: Tamara Hines
LC: South Learning Community
Bell Schedule: 7:15 AM - 2:15 PM
Grades: 9-12
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Renaissance School of Art and Technology

The Supply list

BASIC SUPPLIES FOR ALL STUDENTS/CLASSES

Requested Classroom Donations:

1-2 boxes of tissues, 1-2 rolls of paper towels, Hand sanitizer, A Ream of Copy Paper.

Students should have basic supplies the first day of school including:


• Notebook paper                 • Spiral notebooks                     • 3-Ring binders

• Notebook dividers               • #2 pencils                               • Pens with black or blue ink

• Pens with red ink                • Highlighters                              • Color Pencils

• Backpack or book bag      • Folders                                     • Clear report protectors

• A USB Flash or Thumb Drive                                    • Calendar/agenda/planner

Individual teachers may make additional requests.

(NOTE: For Math, you WILL need a graphic calculator. See the Math section below)

SUPPLIES FOR SPECIFIC SUBJECTS/CLASSES:

English


·         3-ring Binder                      • loose leaf paper     • composition book/journal

• 10 binder dividers                 • highlighters                

• 4 x 6 or 3 x 5 lined note cards (100)     • 1 box of colored pencils or markers

• pencils                                    • pens (blue or black)


Social Studies


• 3 ring binder                         • #2 pencils                     • colored pencils

• blue or black ink pens         • 8 binder dividers          • Notebook paper

• Glue sticks


FINE ARTS

Visual Arts Classes

       pencils (not mechanical pencils) one for each class period and erasers - one for each class period

·         Sketchbook with plain drawing paper

·         USB drive

World Language


• 3 ring binders (with dividers) or 3-subject notebook

• black and blue pens                      • #2 pencils                    • loose leaf paper

• markers, crayons, or colored pencils   • glue sticks (3)     • White-out


MATH (ALL CLASSES)

All math classes require a graphing calculator. Check with your math teacher to see if there are any additional requirements for your course.

The following models are suggested:


• TI-83 Plus or Silver Edition                                 • TI-84 Plus or Silver Edition

• TI-89 (*Calculus Only)                                          • Casio fx-9750GII or fx-9860GII


The most important supply needed for math is a graphing calculator. It is ESSENTIAL that students have one of these to use in class and at home. If they rely on the few calculators

 that the school can provide for in class use, they will have nothing to use at home. As a result, they will not be able to complete their homework properly. This means that they will not get the needed practice time and their chances of doing well in math diminish drastically.

Other supplies needed for ALL Math Classes


• Notebook (one 2" 3-ring binder with paper)   • Notebook Dividers with tab dividers

• Pocket folder                • Pencils                        • Hand help pencil sharpener

• Mechanical pencils       • Blue or black pens    • Ruler

• Graph Paper                • Colored Pencils or Markers

• Graphic Calculator (see note above)


SCIENCE


·         Three ring binder                                 ·         College ruled notebook paper

·         Colored pencils and markers             ·         4-folders with pockets

·         Sharpened #2 pencils                         ·         Small pencil sharpener

·         Pens                                                       ·         Whiteout

·         10 page dividers with tabs                   ·         Glue stick

·         3 X 5 Notecards (100)                          ·         composition/journal


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