Sixth & Seventh grade supply list for 2020-21



General Supplies for all sixth and seventh graders


Calculators: There is no need to purchase a calculator.

Math 6 & 7 students will use the TI-30XA calculator -- this will be provided during class! Students may want their own to use at home. The standard and Virginia versions of the Desmos Scientific and Graphing Calculator are FREE and available as apps that allow users to access the calculator without using Wi-Fi or data.

Apps for Public Facing Versions of Desmos Scientific and Graphing Calculators to download onto devices:

· Desmos Scientific Calculator (iOS)This link takes you out of the Virginia Department of Education website

· Desmos Graphing Calculator (iOS)This link takes you out of the Virginia Department of Education website

· Desmos Scientific Calculator (Google Play/Android)This link takes you out of the Virginia Department of Education website

· Desmos Graphing Calculator (Google Play/Android)This link takes you out of the Virginia Department of Education website

Students in the 7th grade taking Honors Algebra I will use a TI-84 calculator -- this will be provided during class. To take Honors Algebra I, you need to meet the prerequisites! Honors Algebra I students will use the Desmos Virginia Graphing Calculator for home use.


All students will need:

· Blue and/or black pens (no gel pens)

· #2 pencils

· 1.5 inch three-ring binder (for the student Agenda – Agenda supplied by the school)

· Notebook paper (wide ruled)

· Colored pencils

· Medium sized book bag that will fit in a locker (not on wheels)

· glue sticks

· Highlighters (different colors if possible) [2 to start with; may need more during the year]

· 1 – large zippered pencil pouch

· 1 – 2 pocket folder

· 1 – scissors – student size

· 2 – boxes of tissues


*** This is a general supply list for all students. Team specific supply lists that will include other additional supplies will be shared at the beginning of the school year.


Additional costs (can be purchased during the first week of school or at orientation):


· PE uniform and lock - $20.00 (the lock is specific to the locker and included with the fee)

Helpful hint/advice (especially for sixth graders):

· One of the biggest issues students have at the start of the year is unlocking their lockers. If you have an old three-digit combination padlock laying around somewhere have them practice unlocking it over the summer they will learn the principles of the procedure needed to open their lockers. School lockers have combination locks built into the lockers – do not purchase a lock for it!


*** Please make sure you have an up-to-date email address on file in TylerSIS (our computer program that houses all your information about your child(ren). Throughout the school year, we will periodically email you important and useful information.



Dear Prince George Families:


Here are some important reminders about the Health Requirements for Student Enrollment Reentry for the academic school year of 2020-2021.


Kindergarten/Elementary Physical Requirements for School Reentry:


Although the COVID-19 pandemic initially disrupted or limited services offered by local health departments and providers, the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommend that parents proceed with well-child physicals and immunizations through their local health care providers. Planning in advance to complete these state requirements for school enrollment will ensure a smooth and safe start when schools reopen.


The Code of Virginia requires that children receive a comprehensive physical examination

(§ 22.1-270) within 12 months prior to the start of school and be adequately immunized (§ 22.1-271.2) before entering public kindergarten or elementary school.


Tdap Requirement for Entry into 7th Grade:


In April 2018, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) changed the minimum recommended age for the tetanus, diphtheria, and acellular pertussis (Tdap) adolescent booster vaccine from 10 to 11 years. As a result, a routine adolescent booster dose of Tdap should not be administered to students younger than 11 years of age.


To align with current ACIP recommendations, the 2019 General Assembly passed HB 2215 that changes the grade in which students receive Tdap vaccine from sixth to seventh grade. Students who received a Tdap immunization at age ten will not need another Tdap vaccine to enter seventh grade.


This legislation became effective July 1, 2019, and amends the Code of Virginia § 32.1-46.A.4 so that it will require: “A minimum of three or more properly spaced doses of acellular pertussis vaccine. One dose shall be administered on or after the fourth birthday. A booster dose shall be administered prior to entry into the seventh grade.”

HPV for Girls Entering Sixth Grade:

The 2007 General Assembly passed legislation that requires sixth grade girls to receive the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine series. However, as the parent or guardian you, may choose for your child not to receive the HPV vaccine. The law also requires the Virginia

Department of Health (VDH) to provide parents/guardians of rising sixth graders with information about the vaccine. In 2011 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) made an additional recommendation that boys of the same age routinely receive HPV Vaccine.

Healthcare providers diagnose about 40,000 new cases of cancer related to HPV each year. The HPV vaccine can help to protect your child from the nine strains of HPV most associated with cancer. This includes cervical cancer in women and cancers found in the mouth and back of the throat in men. The HPV vaccine works best when it is given to a child prior to exposure to the virus. Just as having your child buckle up when riding in the care or wearing a helmet when biking protects their health, the HPV vaccine protects children from HPV associated cancer that may develop later in life (State Health Commissioner, 2019).

After reviewing the HPV information provided in this letter, as the parent or guardian you may choose for your child not to receive the HPV vaccine. VDH strongly recommends that children be vaccinated per CDC recommendations. Please contact your health care provider to determine when your child can receive the vaccine series and discuss any questions you may have. HPV vaccine is available from your health care provider, local health departments or at military clinics.

Here are additional resources available for families of uninsured and underinsured children or those impacted financially by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

  • The VDH, Vaccines for Children (VFC) map indicates participating providers for immunizations by region. Parents may contact local clinics directly for information and hours of service.
  • The Virginia Community Healthcare Association works with a statewide network of clinics that bill for public and some private insurance. Many clinics provide a sliding scale for those without insurance and offer free immunizations in partnership with the VDH.
  • The Virginia Association of Free Clinics are independent, nonprofit, volunteer-driven and community-based organizations. Each clinic sets its own eligibility requirements and guidelines, and all must be contacted directly for assistance.

Please provide all physical forms and immunization documentation to your child’s school to update your child’s school health records.


If you have any questions, please contact your school nurse.


Thank you!


8th Grade Advanced Summer Reading Assignment

Here is the summer reading assignment for rising 8th graders.

Dear Advanced English 8 students:


Welcome to the eighth grade!  To begin your junior high school year, you will be assigned a novel for summer reading.  Your assignment is to read Animal Farm by George Orwell.  This novel is available online, in public libraries, book stores, e-readers and also available for checkout through the English Department at N. B. Clements.


Before you begin your novel, read the attached introduction.  This will provide key information about the author as well as the background information on the story.  As you read, complete the attached assignments.  Do NOT submit in Google Classrroom yet.  Next year, you will turn it in to your new English teacher-in his/her Google Classroom.  Keep it in your Google Drive.    Work turned in late after your first meeting date will be considered late.  A deduction of fifteen points will be docked from your score.  Please be sure to complete all of the questions and make sure all work is your own!  During the second week of school, you will choose one of the three discussion questions that are included in the packet for an on-demand writing prompt to assess your comprehension and understanding of the novel.


Have a wonderful, safe vacation and enjoy your journey with Animal Farm.  


We look forward to working with you soon,

Mrs. Diane O’Hare  804-733-2730

Gloria Fine, Adam Vedomske, Megan Keeter, & William Rankin




Mr. R. Knowles

Mr. N. Ligatti

Mrs. M. Smith

SCHOOL HOURS: 7:20 AM to 2:30 PM

11455 Prince George Drive, Disputanta , VA 23842

Phone: 804-733-2740     

  Fax: 804-733-2697

Fax Records Request to: 804-733-1613

Parent Resource : Important Information Documents and Links



Sports physicals will be offered Wednesday, July 29th in the Prince George High School gymnasium. The cost will be $20 payable by cash or check to Prince George High School. Upon arrival, please have payment and the 2017 VHSL Physical Form with pages 1, 2 and 4 completed, including signatures for student and parent or guardian and a completed Head Injury Release form. These forms are available online at, the Prince George High School Athletics website, or in the front office. If you plan to participate in ANY VHSL activity for the 2020-2021 school year, you must have a physical dated AFTER MAY 1, 2020 and the only acceptable form is the VHSL issued physical form. Examinations will begin at 1:30pm on a first come, first serve basis and conclude at 4:00pm. Students should enter through the gym lobby  doors for wellness checks. Masks are recommended and Covid protocol and precautions will be implemented. At the conclusion of your physical, school personnel will keep the physical form to file for the upcoming school year. If you would like a copy or have any questions please contact the PGHS Athletics Deparment.


 Parent Information COVID-19 part 6.docx 

 Summer Mini Digital Resource Guide.pdf 

 P-EBT FAQ Households.pdf

 P-EBT Media Release.pdf 

Parent Information COVID-19 part 4.docx 

 Moores Covid Plan Part 3.docx 

 MFLC Telehealth Flyer.pdf 

 Parent Information COVID-19 part 5 1 1.docx

Military Life Counseling 

Due to the COVID-19 worldwide pandemic, MFLCs will now be able to
temporarily provide telehealth services to military students. These services
include telephonic and video non-medical counseling in areas where
face-to-face support is restricted due to COVID-19.  We are pleased to
announce this temporary capability to provide continuity of care in your
local schools.   

 The model of MFLC and telehealth is noted below.
Support for Adults:

*         Telephonic and video non-medical counseling 

 Support for Children and Youth: 

*         Individual video non-medical counseling sessions for minors age 13
to 17 (parent or guardian must be available at the start of each video
session to give parental consent and provide line of sight requirements)

*         Family video non-medical counseling for minors 6 to 12 years of
age (parent or guardian must attend each session). 
Below are the names and phone numbers of the Prince George County Schools
MFLCs and their designated schools. They can be contacted at these phone
numbers by parents to establish a virtual counseling appointment.

School MFLC's
Alyssa Coates

Prince George HS
Julie Stoke

David A. Harrison ES
LaTesha McIntosh

J.E.J Moore MS
Mary Claiborne
Clements Jr. HS
Vernita Ellis

North ES and South ES

Thank you for the opportunity to provide continued support to service
members and families.



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