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  • Shepherdstown Elementary School
    662 South Church Street
    Shepherdstown, WV 25443
    Phone: 304-876-6270
    Fax: 304-876-6850
     
    Scott Jacobson, Principal
     
                       
     
     
     

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  • Classroom Supply Lists

     

    KINDERGARTEN 
    Antibacterial wipes 
    Hand sanitizer 
     Kleenex 
    Ziplock baggies – various sizes 
    Dry erase markers 
    Pink pearl erasers
    Glue sticks

     

    FIRST GRADE 
    Crayons (24 pack) & colored pencils 
    Washable markers 
    Dry erase markers 
    3 glue sticks & scissors 
    Pencils (#2 Dixon Ticonderoga) & erasers 
    Pencil box for storage (5x8) 
    Ziplock bags (sandwich & gallon) 
    Hand Sanitizer & tissues 
    Antibacterial wipes 

     

     SECOND GRADE 
    #2 pencils with erasers 
    Coloring materials - Crayons, markers, and colored pencils 
    Dry erase markers 
    Student scissors 
    Glue sticks 
    Tissues   
    Small pencil box/bag for storage of items 
    Crayons & colored pencils 
    Student markers 
    Disinfectant wipes 
    Ziploc Bags - Any Size

     

    THIRD GRADE 
    4 pocket folders with 3 prongs 
    Dry erase markers  
    2 composition notebooks  
    1 pack of #2 wooden pencils & erasers 
    Colored pencils & crayons 
    1 spiral notebook 
    Glue sticks & scissors  
    1 pack of wide ruled paper 
    Tissues & disinfectant wipes 
    *No binders because they do not fit in the desks. 

     

    FOURTH GRADE 
    Zippered pencil bag (NO pencil boxes, please!)
    3 wide ruled composition books, different colors, if possible (NO spiral notebooks, please)
    One 3-ring binder (1-inch) with a view pocket on the fron
    2 packages of wide-ruled loose-leaf paper
    1 package of #2 wooden pencils and cap erasers
    1 package of colored pencils (12 colors per pack)
    1 individual pencil sharpener
    2 or more Expo dry erase markers
    2 or more glue sticks (no liquid glue, we have plenty)
    2 or more PaperMate Flair black felt tip markers (not Sharpie)

    OPTIONAL ITEMS
    Tissues
    Zipper top plastic bags (gallon or sandwich size)
    Crayons
    Scissors

    NOTE: Please do not purchase locker decorations. Fourth graders may not put any magnets, stickers, mirrors, etc in their lockers. The only exception is a locker shelf, which some students find helpful for organization.

      

    FIFTH GRADE 
    Three ring binder with 5 three hole punched folders OR 1 accordion binder 
    1 pack of loose leaf wide ruled notebook paper 
    2 spiral notebooks 
    1 marble composition book  
    Pencils 
    3 glue sticks 
    3 black ultrafine line sharpies or fine line markers 
     Crayons or colored pencils 
    Tissues 
    Pack of dry erase markers (3 or more) 
    Disinfectant wipes 
    *Please do NOT purchase items to decorate lockers.  The 5th grade teachers will discuss “locker care” when students return to school. 

     

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  • Healthcheck

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  • K-1 math

     

     

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  • Citizenship Awards are posted under Our School, Recognitions

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  • If you missed Kindgerten Registration please call the office 304-876-6270
     
    Students entering Shepherdstown Elementary School must live in our School District to enroll for school. Students must enroll at their home school.  
    Child must be 5 years old before September 1 in order to enter kindergarten.

     School policy allows admission of children born between September 1st and September 15th inclusive only if they meet eligibility requirements.

    To be eligible for early Kindergarten entrance, the child must score at or above the ninety fifth percentile on a standardized comprehensive measure of developmental skills when compared to age norms appropriate to a child who would be 5 years old prior to September 1.  This assessment will be administered by qualified Jefferson County personnel.  To enroll a child born between those dates, please contact the Pupil Services Department at 304-728-9236.

     

    1. Please bring an original State Certified Birth Certificate with the State Seal, as per requirement of WV state law. Information for acquiring a West Virginia State Certified Birth Certificate can be obtained at your county court house or the school office, but you cannot get a State Certified Birth Certificate at the Court House.

     

    2. Proof of the required Immunization Records (listed below)

    · DPT –(four doses required - one dose must be given on or after the fourth birthday)

    · Polio –(three doses required - one dose must be given on or after the fourth birthday)

    · MMR = Measles –(two doses before kindergarten admission) (1st. dose must be after 1st. birthday)

    Rubella –(two doses before kindergarten admission) (1st. dose must be after 1st. birthday)

    Mumps-(two doses before kindergarten admission) (1st. dose must be after 1st. birthday)

    · Varicella (Chickenpox)-(two doses before kindergarten admission-first dose must be after first birthday)

    · Hepatitis B-(3 doses required - last dose must be after the age of 6 months)

    · Once school has started and a student transfers to a WV School from Out of State, a TB Skin Test is required before entering school.

    • Tuberculin Test-Only required for students in high risk categories.  See Jefferson County Health Department for screening information.
     
    *To find out how to get immunization records, contact your family physician or contact the Jefferson County Health Department at 304-728-8416. The Health Department holds clinics the 3rd Thursday of the month from 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
     
    rtment for screening information.

    To find out how to get immunization records contact your family physician.

     3. Physical - Every kindergarten student will need a Physical completed by a Physician before entering kindergarten. Forms for a Physical are available at the School Office or a local Doctor’s Office.

     

    4. Schools are also required to ask for Your child’s Social Security Card.  

     

    5. Proof of residency Please bring a utility bill such as an electric bill that has your Name and your 911 physical address not just your mailing address.
     
     6. EVERY CHILD ENROLLING MUST HAVE A COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH SCREENING AS WELL AS PROOF OF A DENTAL EXAMINATION COMPLETED
    Health Check Forms are available at local physicians' offices, the Jefferson County Board of Education office and the Pupil Services webpage, under Medical Forms. There is no specific form for the dental exam - at a minimum, proof of exam should show the date of the exam (must be within the previous 12 months) and have the dentist's signature.

     

     

     

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  • Roots & Shoots

    Wanting to volunteer, please feel free to go to the website. There is a "Becoming a Volunteer" tab right at the top.

    You can use this link: http://bit.ly/1L0rGdn  


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  • Caring Bags

    Thanks to your overwhelming generosity, the Student Council was able to make 76 "Caring Bags" for the homeless.


     

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  • horses

    Miss Kaye accepting the check for Horses with Hearts!  Thanks for all of your donations-$600, 3 tokens, a seed, and 1 tooth!


     

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  • Congratulations to Geography Bee Winners
     
     
    First Place:Andrew Oyerly
     
    Second Place:Sam Struthers
     
    Third Place:Rachel Hunter
     

     
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  • AlphaBEST - Before/After School Childcare

    Why AlphaBEST

    AlphaBEST Education has developed a unique afterschool program model that combines a safe, supervised environment necessary for working parents with an expanded learning curriculum to assist schools to meet their goals. The careful balance between relaxed, fun activities and engaging learning experiences is achieved through our curriculum developed by national subject experts and our careful training, selection and supervision of staff.

     
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