New York Students: Find Your School Supply List for the 2021-2022 School Year
STATEN ISLAND, NY – All students in New York City public schools, and most students in private and Catholic schools, are preparing to return to their classrooms in September, and parents can look for an easy way to ” obtain all the necessary supplies for the next academic year.
So, while summer vacation is just beginning, the new school year will begin before we know it – but the good news is that you can get a head start by finding your child’s school supply lists at using a simple online tool.
By visiting the website, TeacherLists.com, parents and students can find lists of supplies for the upcoming school year.
Lists are available for public, private and Catholic schools for elementary, middle and high school students on Staten Island.
To find a list of students, visit the website, click the “Find a List” option, enter the school zip code and see if the school has downloaded a list.
Parents can print the list or view it on their smartphone while shopping. Online shopping is also made easier, as the site automatically shares listings with retailers like Target, Walmart and Amazon.
If you prefer to buy online, the site also offers the option to add all the items listed in a virtual shopping cart to buy and pay.
If the school has not yet uploaded any lists, a form is available online to request a notification when the list becomes available.
Over 50,000 schools have lists published on TeacherLists. Back-to-school coupons from popular brands are also available.
In addition to traditional school supplies, like notebooks, pens, pencils and pencils, don’t be surprised if you see items to help curb the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Some schools include antibacterial wipes, hand sanitizers, and disinfectant sprays on their school supply lists.
And while face masks aren’t necessarily on a school supply list, you should be prepared to stock up if they’re still needed for the 2021-2022 school year at your school.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said those vaccinated – both children and teachers – do not need to mask themselves inside school buildings.
But New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city continues to take a cautious approach in schools.
“I’m absolutely confident based on this advice and everything we’ve seen that we’ll be able to get all of our kids back to school in September, but for now I’m sticking to the idea that, you know, wearing masks is a smart solution. thing to do in schools, ”said de Blasio.
He said he “thinks” people can expect all students to be on campus in the fall and should assume masks will be worn.