Back To School Supply Lists Get “A” For Variation - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Back To School Supply Lists Get “A” For Variation

SPOKANE, Wash. – Good luck deciphering the list of school supplies your student should bring on the first day of school. Depending on where your student attends classes, you could be asked to buy anything from a simple lead pencil to a ream of copier paper.

Spokane Public School employees posted a list on their website of general school supplies including pens, pencils, paper and a notebook. Central Valley Schools requests students bring a graphing calculator for math classes and change of clothes for fitness classes.

Authorities said the lists are meant as a starting point for parents and students thinking about back to school. Most lists will be changed or increased on the first day of class as students get lesson plans from teachers.

Administrators at Lake City High School are asking students to bring two reams of paper compatible with laser printers and one box of dry erase markers.

KHQ Local News reporter Anthony Gomes contributed to this report.

For more information on school supply lists in your district, check the lists below. Links to several local districts are provided:

Spokane Public Schools: http://www.spokaneschools.org/1742201215153831490/site/default.asp

Central Valley Schools: http://www.cvsd.org/documents/General%20school%20supply%20list.pdf

Post Falls High School: http://www.pfsd.com/uploads/hs0910supply.pdf

Coeur d'Alene Schools: http://www.cdaschools.org/cms/page_view?d=x&piid=&vpid=1246162189579

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