Columbia Law School’s new school supply list is a major overhaul that aims to help students access supplies, a first for the school system.
More than $50,000 worth of supplies, ranging from textbooks to school supplies, will be made available to students at the school beginning in September, according to Columbian school Superintendent Jennifer Laskowski.
The school supplies list includes books and supplies for students, teachers and administrators, Laskowksi said.
Laskowski said students can bring their own supplies to the supply list as well.
The list also includes a wide variety of items such as computer, tablet, camera, headphones, laptop, laptop computer, cellphone, digital camera, pens, pencils, pens and pads, computer monitors, computer supplies, pencil holders, printer, pens for children, pens to keep notebooks, pens on backpacks, pens in backpack, pens used to make drawings, notebooks, notebooks with markers, pens that fit notebooks, markers and pens for writing, pens with paper, notebooks for children ages 3 to 11, pencil and paper holders, penciled pens, pens filled with pencils or pens, stickers, t-shirts, water bottles, and more.
Columbian High School is one of seven public schools in Colorado that received federal funding in fiscal year 2018, and received about $5 million for classroom supplies and supplies to staff and students.
Laskowsi said the district has also received some of the money for materials for its new student health and wellness center and other facilities, as well as materials for classroom computers and laptops.
The new school supplies will be available in two categories: supplies for teachers and students and supplies made for administrators and staff.
The majority of supplies will go to students, Liskowsi added.
The majority of the school supplies that are available are not going to be available to teachers.
The district also is providing supplies to teachers and staff, but it is not clear if that will include laptops, laptops for students or administrators.
The Riverdale School Supply list will go on sale this month at 10 a.m. to students and staff at Riverdale and other schools, Lissowsi told KUSA-TV.
The Columbians also are making a change in how students access their own classroom supplies.
Lissowksy said students will no longer be able to bring their parents’ school supplies to use, but they will still be able purchase items at the store for their own use.
“Our goal is to have a system in place to make sure that when students come into the school and they need supplies, they have them,” Lissowski said.
“That’s the goal we’ve been trying to achieve with this.”