Community House
Middle School
9500 Community House Road
Charlotte, NC 28277
Courier #: 345
P: 980-343-0689  |  F: 980-343-0691 
Principal: Brian Slattery
LC: Southwest
Bell Schedule: 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM
Grades: 6-8
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2021-2022 Supply List

6th Grade Supply List

General Supplies – for use in all classes

  • Earbuds/headphones (extra pair to donate, if possible)
  • Scissors – sharp 5"
  • Tape – 2 rolls
  • Highlighters – assorted colors value pack
  • Colored pencils – pre sharpened (12 pack)
  • Blue or Black Pens (not erasable)
  • Large glue sticks – 2
  • Pencils – mechanical or standard
  • Pencil Pouch
  • 2 packs of loose leaf paper (college rule – 150 ct.) to start the year. Replenish as needed
  • 1 fine-tip Sharpie
  • 1 regular Sharpie
  • 4 Dry Erase Markers
  • Index Cards
  • Tissue box(es) for donation to HR teacher

**Individual teachers may have additional supply requests at the start of the year**

English Language Arts

  • Composition Notebook (college rule, no spiral notebooks)
  • Post-it Notes (3x3)

Math

  • Graph paper
  • Post-it Notes (3x3)
  • Math notebook designated by the teacher
  • Required Calculator – Math 6: Scientific (TI-30X IIS), Math 6 Honors and higher maths: Graphing (TI-84+)

Science

  • Spiral Notebook

Social Studies

  • Composition Notebook (college rule, no spiral notebooks)
  • Post-it Notes (3x3)

 

7th Grade Supply List

General Supplies – for use in all classes

  • Earbuds/headphones (extra pair to donate, if possible)
  • Scissors – sharp 5"
  • Tape – 2 rolls
  • Highlighters – assorted colors value pack
  • Colored pencils – pre sharpened (12 pack)
  • Blue or Black Pens (not erasable)
  • Large glue sticks – 2
  • Pencils – mechanical or standard
  • Pencil Pouch
  • 2 packs of loose leaf paper (college rule – 150 ct.) to start the year. Replenish as needed
  • 1 fine-tip Sharpie
  • 1 regular Sharpie
  • 4 Dry Erase Markers
  • Index Cards
  • Tissue box(es) for donation to HR teacher

**Individual teachers may have additional supply requests at the start of the year**

English Language Arts

  • Composition Notebook (college rule, no spiral notebooks)
  • Post-it Notes (3x3)

Math

  • Graph paper
  • Post-it Notes (3x3)
  • Math notebook designated by the teacher
  • Required Calculator – Math 7: Scientific (TI-30X IIS), Math 7 Honors and higher maths: Graphing (TI-84+)

Science

  • Spiral Notebook
  • Post-it Notes (3x3)

Social Studies

  • Spiral Notebook
  • Post-it Notes (3x3)

8th Grade Supply List

General Supplies – for use in all classes

  • Earbuds/headphones (extra pair to donate, if possible)
  • Scissors – sharp 5"
  • Tape – 2 rolls
  • Highlighters – assorted colors value pack
  • Colored pencils – pre sharpened (12 pack)
  • Blue or Black Pens (not erasable)
  • Large glue sticks – 2
  • Pencils – mechanical or standard
  • Pencil Pouch
  • 2 packs of loose leaf paper (college rule – 150 ct.) to start the year. Replenish as needed
  • 1 fine-tip Sharpie
  • 1 regular Sharpie
  • 4 Dry Erase Markers
  • Index Cards
  • Tissue box(es) for donation to HR teacher

**Individual teachers may have additional supply requests at the start of the year**

English Language Arts

  • Composition Notebook (college rule, no spiral notebooks)
  • Post-it Notes (3x3)

Math

  • Graph paper
  • Post-it Notes (3x3)
  • Math notebook designated by the teacher
  • Required Calculator – Math 8 and higher maths: Graphing (TI-84+)

Science

  • Spiral Notebook

Social Studies

  • 3 Subject Notebook

 


 

 


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Phone: 980-343-3000
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