School Supplies

School Supplies List, 2020-2021 School Year

Materials/Tools to be provided by Hillside, to be picked up by families:

  • Supplies made available by Hillside will be available on campus to be picked up by families Wednesday August 26- Sunday August 30, 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM. The front door will be unlocked.
  • Each student has a labeled desk station in the main, Stage Room, at which staff has collected their supplies. 5/6 grade stations are in their room.
  • Please bring bags or boxes in which to collect your student’s supplies to take home.
  • If you should have any questions or problems while there, please text Leslie at (206) 849-1075 for assistance. (Please text, as I won’t answer un-recognized phone call numbers.)

Materials/Tools to be provided by families by August 31st:

  • Below (attached doc) are the supplies required and suggested for the upcoming school year for each grade level and class; please read through EACH heading that applies to your student!
  • The first day of classes is Monday, August 31; please do your best to secure these supplies by the start of school.
  • Please feel free to contact appropriate staff directly with any questions.

Grades 5-6, All Students: Megan@hillsidesc.org

Required:

  • Internet access
  • A Zoom account
  • A laptop/desktop with working internal or external camera, microphone, and speakers and/or headphones
  • An area in your home conducive to participating in online learning
  • Pencils and pens
  • Highlighters
  • A ream of ruled composition paper
  • A King County Library Card (with any unpaid fines cleared)
  • Basic art supplies such as markers, scissors, colored pencils, scissors, glue, and tapes
  • A working printer at home, with a few reams of paper, and extra ink
  • Composition notebook for writer’s notebook – students may keep a digital writer’s notebook instead if they wish.
  • A planner
  • Bring a book to read or one that you are currently reading
  • A trowel (for Science, Laura, Laurac@hillsidesc.org )
  • A digital tablet with stylus to allow handwritten digital work (A $12 stylus if you already have a tablet. If you need a tablet, this $40 unit -which includes a stylus- will work) (for Math, Julie , Julie@hillsidesc.org)

Optional/Helpful:

  • A scanner, or the free Adobe Scan App for phones or tablets.

Grades 7-11, All Students: 

Required:

  • Internet access
  • A Zoom account
  • A laptop/desktop with working internal or external camera, microphone, and speakers and/or headphones (Please note: iPads do not allow for full Zoom functionality! )
  • An area in your home conducive to participating in online learning
  • Pencils and pens
  • Highlighters
  • Minimum 2 reams ruled composition paper
  • Basic art supplies such as markers, scissors, colored pencils, scissors, glue, and tape
  • A King County Library Card (with any unpaid fines cleared)
  • Basic art supplies such as markers, scissors, colored pencils, scissors, glue, and tape
  • A working printer at home, with a few reams of paper, and extra ink
  • A USB thumb drive
  • A planner
  • A scientific calculator (such as this unit, $18 on Amazon) (for Algebras, Geometry, Pre-Calc, etc with Wis@hillsidesc.org and laurac@hillsidesc.org )

Optional/Helpful:

  • A scanner, or the free Adobe Scan App for phones or tablets.

Grades 7/8 Additional Supplies  

Required:

  • Measuring spoons (for Environmental Science, Laura LauraC@hillsidesc.org)
  • Measuring cups (for Environmental Science, Laura LauraC@hillsidesc.org)
  • A spot in the same room as their computer where students can occasionally conduct science experiments involving water, etc.  (I will provide at least a day of warning before lab days and don’t expect us to get too messy inside… we’ll save most of the mess for outside between Zooms.  I just don’t want anyone to spill a full cup of water on their computer while setting up brine shrimp.) (for Environmental Science, LauraC@hillsidesc.org )
  • A digital tablet with stylus to allow handwritten digital work (A $12 stylus if you already have a tablet. If you need a tablet, this $40 unit -which includes a stylus- will work) (for Pre-Alg, Alg, and Geometry, Julie , Julie@hillsidesc.org , Laura, Laurac@hillsidesc.org )
  • Writing journal(s) of some sort, such as Moleskins or blank books (digital is ok) (for Literature class, kalan@hillsidesc.org)
  • Brush set ($8 from Blick Art) (for Art, leslie@hillsidesc.org )
  • 8 oz (minimum) white glue (for Art, leslie@hillsidesc.org )
  • Scissors (for Art, leslie@hillsidesc.org )
  • Assorted magazines, etc., to cut up for collages (for Art, leslie@hillsidesc.org )

Grade 9 Additional Supplies 

Required:

Grade 10 Additional Supplies 

Required:

Grade 11 Additional Supplies

Required:

  • Writing journal(s) of some sort, such as Moleskins or blank books (digital is ok) (for Lit class, Kalan, kalan@hillsidesc.org)

Fall Electives, Additional Supplies

 Film Editing with jean@hillsidesc.org

Required:

  • Adobe Premier Elements (Download from B&H Photo: $60 ). Please note: The trial version is not acceptable – it leaves a permanent watermark on all output.
  • A connectable video camera (a cell phone will work, but must be able to transfer video to the computer used for editing).
  • A computer powerful enough to run Adobe editing software

 Sartorial Arts with Leslie@hillsidesc.org

Required:

  • An assortment of fabric scraps (can be old clothing, sheets, etc)
  • A good pair of scissors for cutting fabric
  • Polyfill stuffing (about $8 for 12 oz, available at any sewing store, Joann for instance

Independent Cooking with Laurac@hillsidesc.org

Required:

  • Access to a fully equipped kitchen