A COMMUNITY OF LEARNERS

St. Gregory School

3440 N. 18th Ave.

Phoenix, AZ  85015

​602-266-9527

SUPPLIES:

Two pocket folders
Red plastic two pocket folder for Scholastic Reading Counts
7    Composition notebooks– wide ruled (NO SPIRAL BOUND NOTEBOOKS)
(Composition notebooks have pages that are sewn into the binding)
2    Packages loose-leaf paper wide ruled 100 sheets
Pencil case
2    Red pens or pencils
Large Eraser
Highlighters
24#2 pencils (mechanical pencils are okay as long as they are #2 lead)
Box of crayons or colored pencils (NO markers allowed)
Pair scissors
1    Basic 6” protractor (half moon shape, measures to 180 degrees, transparent)
1    package of 3” x 5” index cards- lined
Bottle white glue
1    Twelve inch /cm ruler (transparent ruler preferred)
(Please make sure inches are divided into 16ths that can be read easily)
Rosary
Boxes facial tissue
Roll of paper towels
Container of Clorox/Lysol wipes
Hand sanitizers (small) or 1 large
Backpack
STUDENT NAME ON EVERYTHING!
 

Computer class- Flash/Thumb drive and earbuds (Students may use the same items brought in this past school year. We will be using the flash drive to save their computer projects. I will keep their things in the grade level baskets over the Summer break)
1 roll of paper towels


Spanish class-  1 spiral notebook with a minimum of 25 pages
1 package of colored tissue paper


SUMMER READING:

(4 Required books – read as much as you want above these requirements!) J
Incoming Fifth Grade Requirements:
All students must read the following novel:
No Talking by Andrew Clements (Lexile 820)
 Choose ONE book from the list below. Lexiles are given, just for your reference! Try to stick around your lexile number, but it does not have to be exactly in your range from 4th grade. If you do not know your lexile number, don’t worry about it. J
Fiction Book Choices
The Homework Machine by Dan Gutman (Lexile 680)
The Return of the Homework Machine by Dan Gutman (Lexile 700)
Molly Moon’s Incredible book of Hypnotism by Georgia Byng (Lexile 770)
Molly Moon, Micky Minus and the Mind Machine by Georgia Byng (Lexile 790)
Molly Moon Stops the World by Georgia Byng (Lexile 800)
Fear Itself by Andrew Clements (Lexile 800)
Lunch Money by Andrew Clements (Lexile 840)
Laundry News by Andrew Clements (Lexile 950)
The View from Saturday by E.L. Konigsburg (Lexile 870)
The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster (Lexile 1,000)
3.   Students will be required to take an SRC test the first week of school on the TWO fiction books from #1 and # 2 above.
4.   Choose ONE of these Science non-fiction books to read:
Science non-fiction Choices
The Magic School Bus Lost in the Solar System by Johanna Cole
The Magic School Bus Inside the Earth by Johanna Cole
The Magic School Bus Inside a Hurricane by Johanna Cole
The Magic School Bus at the Waterworks by Johanna Cole
5. Choose ONE of these Social Studies non-fiction books to read:
Social Studies non-fiction Choices
Shh! We are writing the Constitution by Jean Fritz
The Cabin Faced West by Jean Fritz
Can’t you make them behave, King George? by Jean Fritz
The Lost Colony of Roanoke by Jean Fritz
Traitor: the case of Benedict Arnold by Jean Fritz
(Students will not have to take an SRC test on the 2 non-fiction books)