Welcome to Kipps Elementary School
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Home of the Kipps Kangaroos!

staff


 

 Principal: Dr. Mark Crummey
Assistant Principal: Mary Katherine Schmidt

Administrative Assistant: Deb Sampson
Part-time Assistant: Sally Poland

Kipps Elementary School
 2801 Price's Fork Road Blacksburg, VA 24060

Phone: 540-951-5760 fax: 540-951-5764 Google Maps - Directions

                       Kipps Elementary School 

                          Supply List 2021-2022 

Kindergarten

Backpack (large enough to hold a 9 x 12 inch folder, Chromebook possibly, lunchbox…) Avery® 1" Durable 3 Ring Binder with Clear Cover, 2 Pockets, 8.5" x 11. This will be used for your child’s Kindergarten Portfolio (a collection of their school work throughout the year). 

Sheet Protectors (25 count) 

Headphones (no wireless please) 

Change of Clothes (please label) 

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First Grade

2 pocket folders (preferably heavy-duty/laminated paper, with no prongs)

Headphones (plug in, not Bluetooth)

LogiTech Wireless Mouse

1 plastic pencil box

1 34oz box of Pepperidge Farm Goldfish crackers

__________________________________________________________________________________________ Second Grade

Headphones (plug in, not wireless)

2 composition books

Pencil box

1 three-prong plastic pocket folder (blue)

1 three-prong plastic pocket folder (green)

1 carton of Goldfish Crackers

__________________________________________________________________________________________ Third Grade

1 1” three ring binder w/ pockets (Hayes & Zolovick) 

1 1.5” three ring binder w/pockets 

2 composition notebooks 

1 pencil box or pencil pouch 

5 3-prong folders with pockets (in the following colors: red, green, blue, yellow, purple, orange) 1 box of Goldfish crackers 

Over-ear Headphones (plug in - not bluetooth) 

__________________________________________________________________________________________ Fourth Grade

Earbuds or headphones (plug in - not Bluetooth)

2 2” three ring binder w/pockets 

1 pkg. WIDE ruled notebook paper

1 large pencil pouch or box

3 plastic-coated 3-prong folders with pockets

2 one-subject spiral notebooks

3 black & white composition notebooks

__________________________________________________________________________________________ Fifth Grade

Earbuds or headphones (plug in - not Bluetooth)

3 three-pronged plastic folders with pockets

(red, blue, and green)

1 two-subject spiral notebook with pockets

4 red ink pens 

1 individual pencil sharpener

1 plastic protractor

1 compass

4 black & white composition notebooks*

3 packs of wide-ruled notebook paper

1 large pencil pouch

1 2-inch binder

Pack of 5 subject dividers

*2 spiral notebooks instead of 4 composition notebooks for Mr. Fentress’ class

_________________________________________________________________________________________ Important dates to remember:

‚óŹ Thursday, August 12, 2021: First day of school
05/21/2021


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