Tippecanoe School Corporation

Student Information

School Supply List 2018-2019

School Supply List 2018-2019

Kindergarten

6 - #2 Ticonderoga pencils (child's preference lg or sm) sharpened (NO plastic coated)

2 - 2 inch erasers

2 - 8 count box Crayola crayons

1 - set Expo dry erase markers (4 each)

1 - set washable markers classic colors

1 - pair scissors (metal, Fiskars preferred)

1 - 8 oz. white Elmer's glue

6 - glue sticks

1 - school box

2 - composition notebook (100 page, wide-ruled)

2 - plastic pocket folders

1 - box of facial tissues

1 - container Clorox wipes

Backpack, no wheels

1st Grade

24 - #2 yellow pencils, sharpened (NO plastic coated)

2 - 2 inch erasers

2 - 24 count box Crayola crayons

2 - 4 count set Expo dry erase markers (Expo only)

1 - pair of scissors (pointed, metal Fiskars preferred)

12 - glue sticks

1 - school box (snap top lid)

1 - 70 sheet wide-ruled spiral notebook

3 - pocket folders (heavy duty with fasteners)

Boys bring 1 box of Ziploc sandwich size bags

Girls bring 1 bottle of GermX (unscented)

1 - box of facial tissues

Backpack

2nd Grade

24 - #2 yellow pencils (NO plastic coated)

4 - erasers (large)

1 - 24 count Crayola crayons

1 - package colored pencils

1 - 5 count highlighter set

1 - set dry erase markers (regular size, not thin)

1 - ruler (metric on one side)

8 - glue sticks & one bottle of glue

1 - pair scissors

1 - school box

2 - 70 sheet spiral notebook

2 - pocket folders (solid color)

2 - boxes of facial tissues

1 - container of antibacterial wipes

Gym Shoes

3rd Grade

24 - #2 yellow pencils (NO plastic coated)

1 - eraser

1 - box colored pencils

1 - 24 count box Crayola crayons

1 - dry erase marker set

1 - 8 oz. white Elmer's glue

1 - package of glue sticks

1 - pair of scissors (pointed)

1 - ruler (metric on one side)

1 - package index cards (white, 3x5)

1 - school box

1 - 70 sheet spiral notebook (wide-ruled)

1 - highlighter package (five colors)

2 - 2nd or 3rd grade paper writing tablets for proper handwriting

6 - pocket folders (with clasps)

2- boxes of facial tissues

Girls bring 1 box of Ziploc quart size bags

Boys bring 1 container Clorox wipes

Gym shoes

4th Grade

24 - #2 yellow Ticonderoga pencils

2 - erasers (large)

1 - box colored pencils

1 - yellow highlighter

1 - 4 pack Black Expo dry erase markers (2 packs for Habben's class)

2 - glue stick (large)

1 - ruler (metric and inches) (wood or hard plastic)

1 - package index cards (white, 3x5)

1 - pair of scissors (pointed)

2 - package loose leaf paper (wide ruled) (Hall and Fountain's classes only)

4 - 3 hole poly pocket folders (one red, yellow, blue, green)

2 - boxes of facial tissues

1 - pencil box or pencil pouch (pencil pouch for Habben's class only)

Boys bring 1 box of Ziploc gallon size bags

Girls bring 1 box of Ziploc quart size bags

5th Grade

24 - #2 yellow pencils (no mechanical pencils/erasers, NO plastic coated)

2 - ballpoint pens (blue or black)

2 - highlighters

1 - package colored pencils

1 - 8 count markers

1 - 8 count dry-erase markers

1 - 24 count box Crayola crayons

1 - 8 oz. white Elmer's glue

4 - glue sticks

1 - ruler (centimeters & inches)

2 - packages index cards (white, lined, 3x5)

1 - pair of scissors (pointed)

2 - packages of loose leaf notebook paper

4 - 70 sheet spiral notebooks

6 - folders (pocket)

1 - 3 ring binder (1.5 inch with clear insert cover)

1 - school box

2 - boxes of facial tissue

1 - box of Ziplock quart/sandwich OR gallon size bags

1 - bottle of GermX (unscented) OR Clorox wipes

Gym shoes

Student/Parent Handbook

Backpack Program

Mintonye Kids Backpack Program LogoAs parents of Mintonye students, we are seeking your support for the Food Finder's Backpack Program. This program is currently in place in nine area counties serving over 1700 children. At all participating schools, food is distributed through a network of volunteers on Fridays before the children leave for the weekend. Thanks to the buying power and donations of Food Finders Food Bank, it costs only $5 per child, per week to provide up to 10 pounds of "kid friendly" and nutritious food for the weekend. Although many schools receive state grant support, the Mintonye program is funded through private donations and volunteer efforts. Child participants are selected based on the National Free and Reduced Lunch program and the school counselor's awareness of each child's situation. Most of our recipients are in a household with a single parent, or parents who are classified as working poor, those individuals who are employed but don't earn enough to make ends meet.

For more information please check out our Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/#!/MintonyeBackpacks?sk=wall

History of Mintonye

History of Mintonye

The name Mintonye /Min-tawny/ comes from the Mintonye family, owners of the land where the original Mintonye school once sat. The original Mintonye school was a one room school house east of the current school property.

The Mintonye Cemetary lies near the original school site. The original school operated from 1860-1909. From 1909-1967, there was no Mintonye school. The current Mintonye building was constructed and dedicated in 1967.

Mintonye and students 1905

Mintonye Elementary circa 1905

Volunteer Information