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7th Grade Supply List
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Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Moody Junior High School

7th Grade Supply List



7th Grade English/Language Arts books

Summer Reading - The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson series) by Rick Riordan

Summer Reading (Honors) - The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien

(**Students selected for Honors English will receive a letter from Mrs. Cromer.)

1st 9-weeks - A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L ’Engle

2nd 9-weeks - The Family Romanov  by Candace Fleming

3rd and 4th 9-weeks - The Book Thief  by Markus Zusak

**Students in HONORS CLASSES ONLY will be assigned an additional novel the 4th 9 weeks.


7th Grade Supply List

3 Rolls of paper towels

2 Boxes of tissues

2 Bottles of hand sanitizer

1 Bottle of hand soap

2 Disinfecting wipes

Pack of Expo dry erase markers

#2 pencils with erasers

Blue or black ink pens


Hand-held pencil sharpener

Sticky notes (English)

Pencil bag

Colored Pencil

Calculator - Casio Fx-300 ES Plus (Available at MJHS for $13)

Tall locker shelf (12 inches)

Lined paper (Loose Leaf, College Ruled)

7 - Composition notebooks  College Ruled – 100 Pages

(History -2, English - 2, Science - 2, Math - 1)

1 - 3 Ring Binder for general use (Trapper Keeper or Large Binder)

Plastic dividers with pockets

1 - Jumbo book cover (Math)

Post-it multi-colored plastic tabs (Science)

Lab Goggles – Required please purchase from your science teacher for $3 at MJHS.

Fees / Donations

$   3.00 Agenda (purchased from MJHS)

$ 15.00 School locker

$ 20.00 PE uniform (optional)

$ 10.00 PE locker

$ 15.00 Science donation

$ 25.00 Class donation


Shorts – (Dress Code Approved)

Short and long sleeve T-shirts

Sweat pant / jogging pants

Sweat shirt

Tennis shoes

 First Aid Requests

Students often come to the office requesting personal and first aid supplies. If we have the supplies, we are happy to provide them—this cuts down on parents having to leave work unexpectedly to bring necessary items to the school for their child. School faculty and staff often purchase these items from their personal money. It is very helpful if parents can donate a few of the items, as almost all students use these supplies at some point throughout the year.

·         Band-Aides

·         Cough drops (or peppermints)

·         Dental wax

·         Non-medicated chapstick

·         Sandwich bags

·         Hand Soap

·         Snacks (crackers, etc.)

·         3 oz. paper cup

·   Pads and/or tampons (it is best if all young ladies keep a supply in their lockers)



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