Back to School Orientation- Thursday, Aug 13th K-2 5:00-6:00 & 3-5 6:00-7:00

Welcome to 

Riverside Elementary,

Home of the Eagles! 

"Soaring on the Wings of Knowledge!"


KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION FOR 2015-2016

Parents of children who will be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2015, are asked to register their children for 2015-2016 kindergarten. Florida law provides that any child who will be 5 on or before September 1st is eligible for kindergarten that school year. We need shot record (on FL form 680), current physical, birth certificate, social security card and a current bill with address on it.  


RES Summer Office Hours are Monday-Friday 7:00-2:00




 Riverside 2015-2016 Supply List

Kindergarten Supply List

4 boxes of Crayola crayons (24 count)

10  glue sticks

2 bottles of glue

1 pack 20-count pencils

1 pencil box

1 pair of scissors (Fiskars preferred)

1 pocket folder with prongs

1 box washable markers

2 Pink Pearl erasers

Band-Aids

Composition Notebook

1 pack of Expo Markers – skinny black ones

1 Crayola watercolor paint set

Change of clothes in a baggie labeled with child’s name

Donations

Girls – gallon Ziploc bags, Kleenex, hand sanitizer, sanitizing spray like Lysol or Clorox spray

Boys – sandwich Ziploc bags, disinfecting wipes, paper towels

1st Grade Supply List

2 dozen yellow # 2 pencils (Natural wood sharpens the best)

2 plain composition notebooks (regular lines)

2 Primary composition notebooks   (Handwriting lines with space for picture on top-stationary aisle)

6 glue sticks

2 boxes of 24 count Crayola crayons

3 folders with prongs (1 red/1 green/1 blue)

Expo markers

2 pink pearl erasers

Boys:   post it notes various sizes and 1 bottle of Elmer’s Glue

Girls:   1 pack Crayola markers and 2 packs wide ruled notebook paper

Donations

Antibacterial Gel

Baby Wipes

Tissues

Ziploc Bags

2nd Grade Supply List

1 pack, 8-or-10 count markers (Crayola preferred)

1 pair pointed scissors (Fiskars last the longest)

2 packs colored pencils

2 packs, pink Pearl erasers (NOT cap erasers)

3 dozen #2 yellow pencils w/erasers  (NO mechanical pencils) 

4 boxes 24-count Crayola crayons

4 composition books

4 pack Expo fine point erase markers

6 packs of wide-ruled notebook paper

6 Vinyl folders (3 prong, with pockets) (one each: red/orange/yellow/green/blue/purple)

12 glue sticks

Backpack (please put name inside) (NO rolling backpacks)

Donations

Tissues

Antibacterial Wipes

Ziploc Bags

Paper Towels

3rd Grade Supply List

School supply box (plastic)

Notebook paper – 4 packs – wide ruled

Pencils – 24 – NOT MECHANICAL!

Pink eraser – 2

Vinyl folders (3 prong) – 3

Composition book – NOT SPIRAL bound – 4

Glue sticks – 6

Scissors – prefer Fiskars brand

Crayons – 24 pack – 2-4 boxes

Optional

Kleenex (GREATLY NEEDED and APPRECIATED)

Expo markers

Paper towels

Clipboard

Markers (NOT permanent)

4th Grade Supply List

1 box of markers

1 box of crayons(24 count)

1 pair of scissors(Fiskars last the longest)

2 Folders with prongs-blue and red

1 Two inch Binder-Heavy Duty

4 Composition Notebooks

2 glue sticks

2 dozen #2 yellow pencils w/erasers (no mechanical pencils )

1- 3 hole pencil pouch to fit in binder(Not pencil Boxes)

2 High-Lighters

4 packs of wide ruled notebook paper

 1 pack of pencil eraser tops

Donations

Tissues

Ziploc, Bags

Antibacterial Gel

Wipes

Dry Erase Markers

5th Grade Supply List

#2 pencils  (Replenish throughout the year)

Eraser tops for pencils

Markers

1 bottle Elmer’s glue

1 box colored pencils (12 count)

1 boxes of 24 crayons

1 pack of highlighters

1 package pencil top erasers

1 pair of scissors (Fiskars last the longest)

1 pencil box

2 binders- 3 ring with pockets (1.5 inch)

4 packages of paper (Replenish throughout the year)

5 vinyl folders with pockets and prongs

6 composition notebooks NO spirals

8 big glue sticks

Donations

Antibacterial Soap

Paper Towels

Tissues

Ziploc Bags (sandwich or gallon)

Index Cards 3x5 Lined


Help Okaloosa Public Schools Foundation “CRAM THE VAN” With School Supplies

The Okaloosa Public Schools Foundation (OPSF) will be participating in the United Way of Okaloosa-Walton Counties CRAM THE VAN School Supply Drive in an effort to provide needed school supplies to local children for the 2015 – 2016 school year.

Plan now to shop at Walmart and/or Publix every Saturday from now through August 8th from 10am to 4pm to donate school supplies to help “CRAM THE VAN”. It is easy…just purchase school supplies for your children and/or a little extra for others. Drop them in the CRAM THE VAN or hand them to the Cram the Van volunteers at the store entrances.

A special thank you to the United Way of Okaloosa-Walton Counties, Publix in Crestview plus the Ft Walton, Destin, Niceville, and Crestview Wal-Mart Stores for supporting CRAM THE VAN!

Look for the OPSF Volunteers and the United Way vans in the parking lots and help us “CRAM THE VAN and help kids succeed.

Publix – Crestview: Saturday, Aug 8th 

About the Okaloosa Public Schools Foundation (OPSF)

The OPSF is a not-for-profit community-based public schools foundation. It is a partnership between families, schools, community and business. The Foundation is dedicated to supporting and extending the educational opportunities of all individuals within Okaloosa County. Since its establishment in 1995, OPSF has funded educational enrichment programs including teacher grants for unique programs, student scholars in the Take Stock in Children Program, community educational initiatives, and student and teacher recognition awards.

About the United Way

The United Way of Okaloosa-Walton Counties’ mission is to provide leadership and resources to those in need. We are a nonprofit organization focusing on Education / Youth; Financial Stability/ Disaster Support; and Health and Wellness. Partnering with the community and over 40 local agencies, we continue to make an impact in the community.