Our older grade school children attain more freedom including more access to technology.
Starting the transition process to middle school, our fourth graders are expected to become more responsible students and independent thinkers.
Get to know the Maroa-Forsyth fourth grade teachers.
The brand names listed are recommended. Please feel free to substitute. Please bring exact sizes and quantities of supplies. We are very limited on space. Keep items simple and basic. Please do not label items. We will label them at school.
- 24 – No. 2 pencils with erasers
- 1 – 1 ½ inch clear view 3 ring binder
- 1 – box crayons
- 1 – 12 count sharpened colored pencils
- 1 – box 8 count Crayola Markers
- 2 – yellow highlighter
- 1 – pair No. 8 or 8-inch good quality, pointed scissors
- 12 – large glue stick
- 1 – large eraser
- 1 – pair of gym shoes to be left at school
- 1 - clipboard
- 4 – red pens
- 1 – package 4x6 index cards
- 1 – 1” 3 ring binder (for Music)
- 1 – red 2 pocket folder – Computer Lab
- 2 – black, white board dry erase markers
- 4 – spiral Notebooks (wide-ruled)
- 8 – write-on dividers
- 1 – box quart zip lock baggies
- 1 - pencil pouch
- 1 - paint shirt
- 6 - folders
Please keep in mind:
- No Trapper Keepers, they are too big for our desks
- No Backpacks with wheels, they do not fit in cubbies
- No gel pens, erasable pens
- No toys, gadgets or pencil sharpeners
The individual classroom teacher will notify students if additional supplies are needed.
Download a printable version of the supply list.
We utilize a Balanced Literacy Framework to get students to the highest level of literacy understanding possible. Learn more about our balanced literacy framework.