Teacher & Staff Wishlists 2016-2017

2016-2017 Wishlist

Dear Wildwood Community:  Let’s Support Our Teachers!

I’m Jasper, volunteering with the Parent Guardian Organization (PGO), and each year, we ask teachers and staff to let us know what they could use.

Please consider donating any of the items below, or check with your class-parent and/or teacher if there may be other ways you could help.

Note to teachers:  To make additions / changes, feel free to email me at wildwood.wishlist@gmail.com or 503-890-3200.

Wishlists from previous years can be seen here.



Shannon Applegate, 2nd Grade

  • Broom & dustbin
  • Snack sized and sandwich sized zip-lock baggies
  • Extra band-Aids (that stick-on well).
  • a short, narrow, 2 or 3-shelf book case (under 30″ high, around 15″ wide)
  • 2-4 big pillows for kids to lean against a wall on
  • 1-2 $10 iTunes gift cards to purchase learning apps for classroom iPads
  • I always need books, early chapter/series books in particular:
    • Ivy and bean (update 11/10/16:  books 1-9 have been provided)
    • Jigsaw jones
    • Mr. Putter and Tabby
    • Pinky and Rex
    • Stink series
    • Judy Moody
    • Elephant and piggy
    • Nate the great
    • Fly guy
    • I wish we had a few picture atlases
    • I’d love the picture book, WAITING by Kevin Henkes

 

Julie Condron, Kindergarten
  • Legos
  • flour (for playdough)
  • cream of tartar (for playdough)
  • salt (for playdough)
  • kids paints
  • light table or light pad
  • colored sand
  • materials for the sensory table (dried beans, rice, dried pasta)

 

Liz  Elder, Grade 5 Classroom

  • Cleaning wipes
  • Wireless speaker
  • Ear buds or headphones to use with chromebooks


Maria Fabozzi, Teacher of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing

  • My name is Maria Fabozzi and I am the Teacher of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing for Amherst Public Schools. I see students in Pre-K through 12th grade in the District. The one item I’m in need of the most is a small bookshelf with two or three shelves (if it is wide that’s okay!). I can get you more specific measurements if that helps too.

Mangala Jagadeesh, Second Grade

  • petri dishes:  24 two-inch, and 6 six-inch.  (They can be used and clean; they don’t need to be sterile.)


Katie LaFond, grades 4, 5, & 6 Instrumental Band

  • Lesson Books: Essential Elements Interactive, Volume 1, for Flute, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, and Percussion
  • Swabs: Clarinet and Alto Saxophone
  • Reeds: Rico size 2 1/2 for B Flat Clarinet and alto saxophone
  • Valve Oil
  • Cork grease
  • Flute cleaning rods
  • Drum sticks
  • Old instruments you’re no longer using that we can fix up and let a student borrow
  • Trumpet and Trombone mutes (practice mutes are our favorites)
  • metronomes
  • tuners
  • metal folding stands
  • tissues

Ritsuka Mastroianni, K/Teacher
  •  cream of tartar (for playdough making)
  •  flour (for playdough making)
  • salt (for playdough making)
  • newborn or premie baby clothes or baby doll clothes
  • leaves collected in your yard to be brought next to the black composting bin by the back parking lot
  • Kindergartener size garden gloves
  • small shovel/trowel for gardening
  • outgrown K size pants
  • outgrown or new K size socks
  • outgrown K size winter boots
  • outgrown K size winter snowpants
  • outgrown K size mittens
  • dollar store baby socks
Victoria Munroe, First Grade Teacher
  • Keva blocks
  • Snap Circuits
  • Ink cartridges for a canon pixma mg5300 (226)
  • Hokki stools (15 inch) any color
  • Mini-fridge


Ashley Nkosi, SLP for all grades

  • I would greatly appreciate any used board games that people could pass along

Jennifer Reese, 5th Grade

  • For 5th grade science we are in need of 2 working table lamps with removable shades. These will be used in our study of the Sun-Earth-Moon system.

Carolina Rothkegel, SE Teacher

  1. Fisher-Price Slim doodle pro (for students to practice letter writing)
  2. Sky Tree: Seeing Science Through Art. Thomas Locker (paperback)
  3. Mole Music – David McPhail (paperback)
  4. The Tree Book for Kids and Their Grown-ups – Gina Ingoglia (hardcover)
  5. Tell Me, Tree: All About Trees for Kids – Gail Gibbons (hardcover)
  6. Trees, Leaves and Bark – Diane Burns (hardcover)
  7. Planting the Trees of Kenya: The Story of Wangai Moathai – Claire A. Nivola (hardcover)


Susan Wells, Librarian

The WW library amazon wishlist can be seen on this link (http://a.co/8xp9K1C)


G. Woods and grade 4 team

1. Jump ropes
2. Heavy duty and long in length double Dutch ropes
3. Those cloth flying saucers that kids throw and catch.
4. Some transportable cases that include things like Jack’s, marbles, unos cards, dot to dot art books
5. Tennis balls
6. Nero football
7.4 square ball
8. Kick ball
9. Orange cones
10. Chess/checkers set that can be used outside
11. Lemon twists  ( would really like these)
12. Hula hoops