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A6 - THE PERKINS-JOURNAL, Thursday, August 4, 2011 Back Page ?erkins-Tryon Elementary 21311-2012 School Supply List *PRE-KINDERGAR- TEN* PLEASE DO NOT LABEL THESE ITEMS: 1 - bottle of glue 1- box crayons (24 ct.) 1 - container disinfectant wipes 6 - small glue sticks Boys Bring: 1 - pkg. napkins 1 - markers (8 to 10 count) 1- roll masking tape Girls Bring: 1 - box of Kleenex 1- -pkg. dry erase markers 1 - pkg. of clear plastic sheet protectors (Aany color A) zipper) 1- spiral notebook (1 sub- ject) 1 - pocket folder inch binder *KINDERGARTEN* 12 - #2 pencils 1 - pkg. pencil top erasers 2 - pkg. 10 washable classic color markers 2 - 24 ct. box crayons (no neon colors) 1-16ct. box crayons 1--water color paints 1 - scissors/children's (no plastic rounded tip) LABEL 12 - small glue sticks 1 - white glue bottles (4oz.)BOYS ONLY 1--container of Clorox/ disinfectant wipes GIRLS ONLY 1--pkg. colored copy paper 2- 2 pocket folders (bottom pocket not side / no prongs) LABEL 1 - Box of facial tissue 1 - small school box (cigar box size) LABEL 1 - fold up rest mat LABEL 1 - backpack 1 - box gallon size storage bags 1 - box quart size storage bags 1 - pkg. dry erase broad tip markers * Please DO NOT buy Ross or Rose Art Brands ( due to lack of durability) * Please trStL ONLY - folders, scissors, rest mat, and school box Please lalxl these items: 1 - backpack (large with one *TRANSITIONAL - 1ST GRADE* 12 - #2 pencils 4- 24 ct. box of crayons (no neon colors) 1 - scissors/children's (no plastic rounded tip) LABEL 4 - large glue sticks 2 - 2 pocket folders (bottom pocket not side, no prongs)LABEL 1 - box of facial tissue 1 - small school box (cigar size box) LABEL 1 - towel for rest time 1 - backpack 1 - container Clorox/bleach wipes 1 - bottle hand sanitizer *Please DO NOT buy Ross or Rose Art Brands (due to lack of durability) *Please LABEL ONLY - scissors, folders, and school box *IST GRADE* 1 - backpack (no wheels) LABEL 1 - small school box (cigar box size)- LABEL 12 - #2 pencils Ticonderoga pencils-no decorative pen- cils please 4 - boxes of Crayola brand crayons (24ct) 1 - boxes washable Crayola brand markers 12 - small glue sticks 1 - children's round tip scissors- LABEL 1 - pink pearl eraser 2 - 1 subject spiral note- book wide ruled 1 - 1" clear view binder 1 - zipper pouch with holes 3 - pkgs. of colored index card 1 -- Clorox Wipes Girls: 1 - large box facial tissue 1 -pkg. of dry erase mark- ers Boys: 1 -boxes quart size storage bags 1 box of Band-Aids, plain, single sized Please LABEL items noted. Please do not buy Ross or Rose Art Brands (due to lack of durability) *SECOND GRADE* 1- backpack or book bag 30- #2 pencils (No designs or plastic coating) 4 - large white glue sticks 2 - box of crayons (24 ct.) 1 - zipper pouch with holes 1 - small school box 1 - wide ruled spiral note- book (1- subject) no college ruled 1 - water paint set (8colors) 4 - 2 pocket folder (bottom pocket not side, no brads) 1 - scissor (pointed) 1 - box facial tissue 1 - inch clear view binder 1 pkg. of disinfectant wipes 1 - pencil top erasers Girls  1 box any size zip lock bags Boys - 1 box band aids *PLEASE DO NOT LABEL SUPPLIES *THIRD GRADE* 3- small white glue sticks 1- pkg wide ruled notebook paper 24 - #2 yellow wooden pencils (please no designs or plastic coated) 1- box of 24 crayons 1 - scissor (pointed, Fiskers) 4 - PLAIN pocket folders (red, blue, green, yellow - ONLY) 2 - boxes of facial tissue 1 - set of 8 washable mark- ers 1- backpack or book bag (please no wheels) Clear pencil box 1 - highlighter I - clipboard 1 - set water colors 1 - 3 ring, l-inch binder,, clear cover 1-- 3 ring zipper pencil pouch *PLEASE DO NOT LABEL SUPPLIES See individual teachers for additional items that may be needed Giavanni Criscione, Stillwater, demonstrates the skills he has learned through the masonry program at Meridian Technology Center. During the first 10 days of school students will have a chance to meet and bond with students throughout the Meridian district. Activities such as Minute to Win It, YouTube Challenge and Karaoke are planned to interact with each other and get excited about their educational experience at Meridian. Photo provided Meridian Technology Center School Year Kicks Off with Meet Your Teacher Day Students attending and visitor area. Merid- option to complete a career Meridian Technology Cener have the chance to get ahead of the class with a meet your teacher day scheduled for August 9. "Starting anything new can be intimidating," said Jeanie Zagar, Director of the Career Planning Center at Meridian. "The first day of school is no exception." Classes for Meridian Technology Center start on August 11, but new students are invited to come to campus two days prior to become familiar with campus and Merid- ian staff. "This event allows stu- dents and parents to have an informal time to talk with teachers and really start to feel like they are a part of Meridian," Zagar said. The meet your teacher event is on AugUst 9 from 9-11 am and2-4pm. Students are asked to enter through the main entrance ian staff will be available to assist new students in picking up their parking pass, turning in their com- pleted enrollment forms for a free T-shirt and finding their new classroom. The Meridian Tech- nology Center district includes people living in communities served by Agra, Carney, Glencoe, Guthrie, Morrison, Mull- hall-Orlando, Pawnee, Perkins-Tryon, Perry and Stillwater school districts. High school students in these communities are able to attend Meridian at no cost with books provided once school starts. Free transporta- tion is also available with pickup locations at district high schools. High school students attend Meridian either in the morning or afternoon session and are eligible for high school and college credit in many programs. Adult students have the training program in a 1- or 2-year option. They are responsible for their own transportation and educa- tional expenses. Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Meridian is still accept- ing applications for fall enrollment. For more infor- mation or to enroll visit www.meridiantech.edu or contact a career counselor by phone at (405) 377- 3333 or toll-free at (888) 607-2509. MTC is a career and technology training center located in Stillwater, Okla. The center has more than 70 career majors and offers a wide variety of evening short-term courses and cer- tifications for many diverse career fields. Meridian also offers services to busi- nesses in need of training and development. Each year approximately 11,000 students come to Meridian from all areas of business and industry. I Perkins -Tryon school! P-T FFA Competes In Big 3 Perkins-Tryon FFA participated in the OSU Big 3 Livestock Judging on July 19-21. There were contestents from all across the nation attending this event. The Perkins-Tryon FFA chapter had 13 members take part in the annual contest. On sheep day Cammi Robbins placed 17th individually. The team of Carlee Robbins, LeeAnn Dotter, Hanna Runner, and Danci Johnston placed 6th on Sheep day, as well as placing 25th overall. Pictured are those participating in the contest. Back row from left to right: Danci Johnston, Tori Clay, Courtney Murray, Joe Preston, Kaylee Brunker, Cammi Robbins, Hanna Runner, and Skylar Vogal. Front row: LeeAnn Dotter, Halle Runner, Jessica Howard, Shodda Davidson, and Carlee Robbins. Photo provided ...................... - ................. r,i