Spiritridge Supply List 2022-23


Every Spiritridge Elementary School student will be supplied with the instructional materials and supplies (e.g. textbooks, workbooks, paper, pencils, crayons, etc.) necessary for their academic success. The following are optional items that your classroom grade-level teachers have suggested will be a need.  Thank you in advance for sending any of these suggested supplies to school. Your contributions promote all children’s academic success.


1 Backpack, Labeled

1 Pair Headphones, Labeled (in a Ziploc bag)

1 White 1” 3-Ring Binder (Clear Pocket Front)

1 Pair Kids Fiskars Scissors

1 Package Fun Stickers


First Grade

1 White 1” 3-Ring Binder (Clear Pocket Front)

1 Box of Ziploc Bags

  • Girls – Sandwich Size
  • Boys – Gallon Size

1 Pair Headphones (Child Size – In Ziploc With Child’s Name)

1 Full Size Backpack (Labeled with Name)


Second Grade – Gen Ed

1   Pair Kid-Size Scissors


Third Grade – Gen Ed

1   1” 3-Ring Binder

1   Pair Headphones


4th Grade-Gen Ed

1   Pair Kids Fiskars Scissors

1   Protractor

3   Pocket Folders With Fasteners (1 Red, 1 Green, 1     Yellow—No Design Please)

1   Pencil/Supply Box For Desk (Please No Oversized Boxes)

1   Set of Headphones


Fifth Grade – Gen Ed

1    2” 3-Ring Binder – Clear Pocket Front

1    Pack Binder Dividers (at least 8 with labels)

1    Pencil Box or Pouch

1    Individual Plastic Pencil Sharpener


Second Grade – Advanced Learning

1   Pair of Headphones – Label With Student Name


Third Grade – Advanced Learning

1   1” Binder

1   Package of Notebook Dividers

1   Pair Headphones (No Earbuds)

(Place in Ziploc Labeled Bag)


Fourth Grade – Advanced Learning 

5  Transparent Plastic 2-Pocket Folders (Red, Blue,     Yellow, Green, Purple)

1  Other Plastic folder – Letter Size

1  Pencil Box or Pouch (small)

1  Pair child safe scissors

1   Personal Headphones/Earbuds


Fifth Grade – Advanced Learning

No Supplies Needed at this time. 

The Bellevue School District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.