1.5 to 2 inch binder and loose leaf paper
For all Chemistry and Physics classes, students need to have a 3 ring binder and a pencil.
Spiral notebook for labs
Binder or other notebook for notes/papers
Ms. Caroline Smith
All of my HS classes need a composition or spiral notebook and index cards.
Geometry students need: protractor, compass, metric ruler
all classes: 3 ring binder, pencils pens, erasers, book covers
A 3 ring binder, pens, paper
o Pencils – Pencils are required.
o Paper (lined and graph) – I recommend graph paper for taking notes.
o Binder – I recommend a large binder to keep class materials in.
o Calculator –
Algebra I: I do not require that Algebra I students buy a calculator. When needed, calculators will be supplied during class. Should you wish to purchase a graphing calculator, the recommended models are TI-84, TI-83, or TI-Nspire.
Algebra II: While I do not require that Algebra II students buy a graphing calculator, we will be using them frequently. When needed, calculators will be supplied during class. You can complete assignments requiring a calculator before school, after school, or during a study hall in my classroom. Should you wish to purchase a graphing calculator, the recommended models are TI-84, TI-83, or TI-Nspire. There are also a range of apps for smart phones. I cannot guarantee that all functions needed for class will be available with these apps, however. Please see me to discuss which option might be best for you.
AP Statistics: You must purchase your own graphing calculator. We will be using the TI-Nspire in class. If you already have a different model graphing calculator and wish to use it, I recommend that you bring your instruction manual as you may need to look up certain functions.
High school language students need a 3-ring binder with divided sections for handouts, homework, songs, tests/quizzes, etc.