Teacher Wish Lists

There are many times during any school year, that a teacher can be overheard saying something like "Well, wouldn't that be neat to have?!" or "I could really use ____________".  There are also parents who constantly want to know "What does my child's teacher really need/want?"  Below, are simple wishes that teachers are going to add to, as they come across things they could use.  Sometimes parents/alumni may have "connections" with items that would be easy to acquire, but not so easy for a teacher to just go out and purchase.  We never expect anything, but if you feel so inclined to donate something to help out, we are always very APPRECIATIVE!  God Bless!


SR. MARIE KIM/Mrs. Susy (PRE-K): Colored Foam sheets, kinetic sand, plastic tubs: small ones with lids shoe box size and smaller, puzzles (wood 25-100 count); ELMO- document camera

MRS. GONZALEZ-KARRAS (Kinder): Amazon Gift Cards (for classroom books), Play Dough,  bags of playground sand and sand toys

MRS. FLORES (1st Grade): ·4 student headphones for computers in classroom
·Amazon gift cards (for classroom books)
·ELMO (document camera/projector for classroom
·replacement bulbs for projector 

Books needed for Instruction: Earrings! by Judith Viorst, Sneezy the Snowman by Maureen Wright, I Ain't Gonna Paint No More by Kevin Beaumont, The Moon Seems to Change by Franklin M. Branley, How to Heal a Broken Wing by Bob Graham, Chester by Melanie Watt, The Pigeon Needs a Bath! by Mo Willems, Growing Frogs: Read and Wonder by Vivian French, City Dog, Country Frog by Mo Willems, April Foolishness by Teresa Bateman, One Tiny Turtle by Nicola Davies, Enemy Pie by Derek Munson, My Mama had a Dancing Heart by Libba Gray, The Snatchbook by Helen Docherty, A Bad Case of the Stripes by David Shannon, Surprising Sharks by Nicola Davies.

SISTER LORETTA ROSE (2nd Grade): Low odor Dry Erase Markers

MRS. CEKOSKY (3rd Grade): 40 stretchy book covers (8 1/2 x 11 1/2) 20 of 1 color, 20 of a second color (if possible)
1 Texas flag 12x16 with double flag holder
20 red checking pencilsClassroom set of books (15 count): Laura Ingalls Wilder books; Little House in the Big Woods; Little House on the Prairie; Farmer Boy; On the Banks of Plum Creek; By the Shores of Silver Lake; Long Winter;-A class set (10-12 copies) The Escape of the Plant That Ate Dirty Socks by Nancy McArthur paperback

-A class set (10-12 copies) The Return of the Plant That Ate Dirty Socks by Nancy McArthur paperback


MRS. OSUNA (4th Grade):

• Bean bags
• Non -fiction 4-8 grade leveled books (you can get from any teacher store or on line- Mardel /Lake Shore)
• Readers Theatre kits 4-8 grade
• Science non-fiction theme books
• Science supplies-foil, wax paper, tin trays, seeds, soil, pepper, salt, sugar, cereal, cooking oil, cotton balls, measuring cup and spoons (4 sets), hand lenses, toothpicks, rubber bands, plastic bags, toy cars, tennis balls.
• garden plants, soil, supplies

• Prizes for our treasure box

• ELMO- document camera
Thank you and God Bless!

MRS. ALVARES (5th Grade): Projector- Epson Power Lite 822p, Document Camera- Elmo / Ladybug; Smart board- Prometheum; Tumble Books- program purchase; Brain Pop program purchase
Chapter books-The "classics" 

MRS. WILLIAMS (P.E., Technology, 6-8th ELA): EXPO BOLD COLOR markers (not the low odor kind please); Air Purifier (no filter replacement needed please); Amazon gift cards; Computer Speakers, Pencil Sharpener (commercial grade) *FOR PE: tennis/badminton rackets; large hula hoops; any sports equipment or balls you may not need

MRS. MAHER (Jr.High Science/Math): K'nex learning kits: DNA, Machines and force and Motion

MRS. STOBB: Nice, flat clipboards, new guitars and cases, some Orff instruments, new glue sticks - lots!, Pencil sharpener (electric) for Religion room), A set of Orff Xylophones

Mrs. Daugherty (Jr High Social Studies & Reading): *ELMO (document camera/projector for classroom
*replacement bulbs for projector - Epson PowerLite 822p
*scotch tape
*snack and sandwich sized Ziploc bags

GENERAL PURPOSE: Microwave Ovens, Copy Paper, Shelves (similar to grocery store shelves, to be used in storage rooms); Plastic Utensils (used when students don't have what they need for their lunches); A Basketball goal for outside recess opportunities, TV/DVD player(s), computer headphones (these are constantly needing to be replaced/are breaking)