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Second Grade

Fourth Grade




4-pink erasers

48-yellow#2 pencils

12-glue sticks

1-pair rounded tip-Fiskars scissors

2- box 24 count crayons

1-box washable markers

1-tray watercolors

3-box facial tissue

2-wide ruled spiral notebooks

(no college rule)

2-rolls paper towels

3-two pocket folders with pockets on bottom (plastic)

1-box colored pencils

8-dry erase markers

2-clorox wipes

1- box Ziploc bags(snack or sandwich)

1-box Ziploc bags(quart or gallon)

2-boxes 8 crayons

1-8x5 supply box






48-yellow Ticonderoga pencils

(#2 lead)

4-large glue sticks

2-pink erasers

2-packet pencil top erasers

2-box crayons

1-pencil box (optional)

1-pair pointed scissors

2-spiral notebooks wide ruled 100 sheets

3-boxes of tissue

3-solid color pocket folders

1-pkg notebook paper (wide ruled)

1-box colored pencils 24 ct

2-3 pkg. of 4 black dry erase markers

2-container Clorox wipes

1-2 bottle of hand sanitizer

1-boxes sandwich baggies

1-box gal, sized baggies


No Personal Pencil Sharpeners


3-pkg. wide-lined notebook paper


2-pair pointed Fiskars scissors

4-box of tissue, 4 paper towels

6-red pens or one pkg.

2-pkg dry erase markers

6- large erasers

1-water bottle

2-large hand sanitizers

1-Clorox wipes

1-pkg glue sticks

6-1 subject wide ruled composition book(black &white marbleized)

6-pocket folders of different colors

2- boxes colored pencils

First Grade




4-black dry erase marker

48-yellow pencils

2-pink erasers (large)

10-large glue sticks

1-box crayons 48 crayons

1-Fiskars scissors (metal)

3-large box facial tissue

24-long colored pencils

1-large container Clorox Wipes

1 box markers

1-bottle hand sanitizer

1-pkg paper towels

1-plastic pocket folder


Third Grade

1-pack of pencil top erasers

2-boxes of  tissue

1-box colored pencils (12count)

1-box markers (12count)

1-pair metal tipped pointed scissors

2-pkg. wide rule filler paper

72- #2 pencils

3-wide rule spiral notebooks

1-red grading pens

1-zipper pencil pouch-(optional)

1-disinfectant wipes

1- pump bottle hand sanitizer

1- water bottle (labeled)

2-high lighters

1-package black dry erase markers

4-large glue sticks

4- 3 prong folders

3-pocket folders

2-large pink erasers

Fifth Grade

2 boxes colored pencils (12 count)

2 pairs of metal tipped pointed scissors (children's size)

1 package WIDE ruled filler notebook paper

48 Ticonderoga #2 pencils

2 wide ruled spiral notebooks

4 wide ruled composition notebooks (preferably solid colors)

1 package of red, black OR blue pens (12 count)

5 pocket folders of different colors

1 disinfectant wipes

1 hand sanitizer

1 package chisel dry erase markers

1 protractor

2 packages of ruled white 3x5 index cards

1- 1" Three ring binder

3 boxes of tissue

1 roll of paper towels

1 wooden ruler

1 pack of 2 pink erasers (large not pencil toppers)

1 pack of 6 glue sticks

Early Release

There has been an increase in the number of early student checkouts at the end of the school day.  When students are checked out early they are missing an important time of the day where teachers are getting together materials to send home and giving instructions and other necessary communication to their students.   We need your help to make sure you wait to pick up your child until after school is over unless you have an appointment that requires early checkout.  We will not be releasing students for early checkout after 1:40.  This causes a disturbance and confusion in the classroom right at the time teachers are getting ready to dismiss.  If you have changes in your normal pickup process please send a note to the teacher that morning rather than calling the office right before pickup time.   We do understand there are emergencies and will work with you on those.  Also, we are reviewing records for students with chronic absences and scheduling conferences with the counselor and principal with those parents of students who have attendance issues.  Thanks for your cooperation. Mrs. Harper, Principal

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From Watch D.O.G.S. Command;

Fathers and Father-figures,


Research shows that students perform better academically, have fewer discipline problems, and become more responsible adults when their parents are actively involved in their learning.



Bob Pallesen Jr. (Watch D.O.G.S. Coordinator) 

Kindergarten Pre-Registration Information for 2016-2017


The following documents are required:

- Proof of residency

- Copy of the child's birth certificate

- Copy of the child's updated shot record

-If Native American, please bring the child's CIB


The registration packet is not complete until all required documents have been provided.  We are unable to accept packets until they are complete.  

*Students should be 5 (five) years of age before September 1st, 2016 to register for Kindergarden.

Families who are Pre-Registering will still need to register in August, the week before school starts.  






This year, all MPES students will receive breakfast AFTER the bell.  The first bell rings at 7:40am.  The tardy bell rings at 7:43am. Students will have breakfast in their classroom before beginning the school day.  There will be NO breakfast in the cafeteria.  Students should not be dropped off at school before 7:30am unless they are in Parks and Rec.  

School Hours


The tardy bell will ring at 7:43am. If your child arrives after the 7:43 bell they will need to check in at the office and get a tardy pass to be admitted to class.


Children may be on campus no earlier than 7:30am, unless enrolled in Parks and Rec, and must be picked up or in Parks and Rec no later than 2:05.

Report An Absence:

Please call the Main Office at
291-6837 ext. 2
to inform us of an absence.

Mission Statement

At Matheson Park Elementary School, our purpose is to provide an open and affirming learning atmosphere with attention to safety and a nurturing environment. While valuing all people, we will encourage effort and expect achievement with regard to all state standards and national guidelines. Our goal is to show measurable increases in all academic levels and to provide rich opportunities for building life-skills.


Staff, parents, and students
all learning together.

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Today: 8/27/16