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Los Alamos High School teachers ask for wish list items

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By Special to the Monitor

The LAHS Wish List can help Los Alamos High School staff help students and their friends succeed. Teachers often buy classroom supplies with their own money or students go without needed supplies. 
Budgets have decreased over the years, as prices of goods have gone up.  Anything contributed will help stretch the dollars and cover the needs.
Donated items may be dropped off at the LAHS front office with a note including your name and the staff name. LAHS will ensure that the items will be given to the requesting staff member.  
The most needed items at LAHS are tissue boxes and hand sanitizer bottles.

LAHS school nurses’ office
• Instant hand sanitizer in
   approx. 16 oz.-size bottles
• Boxes of facial tissue.

Catherine Puranananda
Language arts teacher

• Class set of Tim O’Brien’s         book:  “The Things They Carried”

 Jeff Lloyd, LAHS library IMC

• Kleenex

 Pauline Flynn
LAHS guidance dept.

• Supply of Kleenex
• Colored pocketed folders,
one box

Chris Bernstein
Spanish teacher, T9A

• A big box of black dry
erase markers
• Tape dispenser
• Small refrigerator
• Class set of good scissors
• Large desk calendar

Katie Tauxe
Chemistry and biology, Rm. S101

• Calculators (simple ones)
• Metric rulers
• Scissors
• Colored pencils

Sherry Anderson
Math department

• Lots of boxes of Kleenex
• Bottles of hand sanitizer for
each teacher

Kathleen Boerigter
Chemistry dept.

• Smith’s card, last year
we used the donated card to
purchase supplies like dry
ice, Styrofoam cups, etc.
that were needed for labs.
Any amount would help.
 
Michele Burke
ELL teacher

• Kleenex (cheap/stores
brands are fine)
• White board/dry erase
markers (multi-colored)
• Fine point ink pens (black
or blue)
• Bilingual dictionaries
(English with any other
language because we have
such a variety here, pape
back or hardcover)

 Rachel Cowan
 Chemistry dept.

• Gift cards to Smith’s or
Office Depot (any amount)
John Pawlak
Math teacher, Room T4B
• Tissue boxes
• Graph paper

Math dept. office
• Facial tissues for math
office - Kleenex or any other
brand, 20
• Boxes of wooden #2
pencils, 10 dozen
• Scotch Magic refill Tape,
3/4” x 1296,” 20 rolls (needs
to be this brand; doesn’t
show on Xerox copies)
• White board erasers, 20
• 8” scissors (like Fiskars),
30 pairs
• 1/4” grid paper (graph
paper), 36 pads of 20, 25
sheets
• Clear packing tape, 2”
wide, six rolls
• Precise V5 or V7 rollerball
pens, green (used for
grading; needs to be this
brand), two dozen
• Precise V5 or V7 rollerball
pens, purple (used for
grading; needs to be this
brand), two dozen
• Post-It Notes, 1 1/2” x 2”,
any color, four dozen
• Letter-size hanging file
folders (like Pendaflex), four
boxes of 25
• Duracell Coppertop AAA
batteries, 100 (for graphing
calculators; must be this
brand; last longer
• Four-function (baby)
calculators (no trig functions
on it: sin, cos, tan, etc), 25
• Four-function (baby)
calculators (no trig functions
on it: sin, cos, tan, etc), 25
• Papermate Flex Grip bal
point pens - blue and black,
one dozen, each color

English dept. office
• Drawer frames for letter
size hanging folders, four
• Frames (one or two boxes
of frames)
• Letter-size hanging folders,
three boxes
• Colored letter-size folders
(yellow, blue, green, orange,
pink, etc.), two boxes each
color • Manila letter-size
folders, two boxes
• Facial tissue for English
teachers, any brand, 24
boxes
• Scotch Magic Refill Tape,
3/4” x 1296,” 20 rolls (needs
to be this brand; doesn’t
show on copies)
• Electric pencil sharpeners
(like X-acto) three
• Sturdy, adjustable 3-hole
paper punch, three
• Precise V5 or V7 rollerball
pens, green (used for
grading; needs to be this
brand), two dozen
• Precise V5 or V7 rollerball
pens, purple (used for
grading; needs to be this
brand), two dozen
• Papermate Flex Grip bal
point pens - blue and black,
one dozen each color neon
bright colored XEROX or
Astrobright copy paper (20
lb.), two reams each color:
pink, yellow, lime green, blue
• 8” scissors (like Fiskars),
10 pairs
• Wooden #2 pencils, 10 dozen

N. Trujillo, Language arts

• Old, no-longer-needed, but
gently loved chair. It is used
by the students for reading.

Anita Boshier, German teacher
• Kleenex
• Clorox wipes
• Good hole punch
• Red pens