2017-2018 Supply List

As you look forward to fall, I am sure you are anxious to get our supply list and begin purchasing supplies. Here at Richland, we provide a majority of the students’ school supplies so your shopping trip will be short. We only ask that you bring the following items:

All: One pack of baby wipes

      One Roll of Paper Towels

      Two 17 ounce (roughly) bottles of spring or drinking water

Boys only: One package of napkins

Girls only: One package of plastic spoons

Ms. Pam's Class: One 2 inch 3 ring binder, White, with clear pocket on front cover

                             One pack of clear sheet protectors (25)

Ms. Gina's Class: One Casemate 1 1/2inch "Durable Binder",  White, "Durable View,                                       Holds 375 sheets" 

                              One pack of clear sheet protectors (25)

Girls: One other item we ask that girls’ families purchase and use are shorts to be worn under dresses and skirts.  Many stores sell a type of “bike” shorts that fit well underneath. This helps keep the girls covered up when playing on the playground and sitting on the floor.


As you prepare for next year please remember the two forms that we need from you. First we need a copy of your child’s birth certificate. This is state mandated and must be turned in with in 7 business days of initial attendance. The school is required to notify local law enforcement of any failure to produce this document.  To avoid such unnecessary procedures, we strongly recommend that you turn in the copy of the birth certificate now instead of the first week of school. You can stop by the school during open hours or drop it off at the church office Tuesday – Friday, 9am-5pm.

The second form we need is the health form. This year we are using the state’s official form, which can be downloaded and printed at:


or you may pick up a copy at the preschool. This form may be turned in by the end of the second week of school. You do not necessarily need to schedule a physical, just take it to your pediatrician between now and September.