Silverton School Supply Lists

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SILVERTON SCHOOL STUDENT SUPPLY LIST 2017 – 2018 *TENNIS SHOES ARE NEEDED FOR P.E. GRADES KG-5TH **HEADPHONES ARE NEEDED FOR GRADES  K -8TH PRE-KINDERGARTEN 1 Backpack 1 Watercolor Set 4 boxes of 8 Classic Color Crayons (big and fat) 4 Big & Fat Pencils (Tri-Conderoga) 4– Regular size pencils 1- Fiskars for Kids Scissors 5…

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Valley School Supply List

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Pre-K Supply List Markers 1 BIG purple glue stick 1 pair of scissors (BLUNT END) 8 count Crayons 1 inch binder (white) Quart size Ziploc (boys) Wet ones (girls) Nap mat/blanket Change of clothes (summer/winter) Backpack (big enough for a binder) Treats for treat box (pencils, party favors, small toys, NO CANDY) Headphones (NO EARBUDS)…

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Motley County School Supply List

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Motley County School Supply List   Pre-K (3 year old) Mrs. Freeman 1 – Backpack (no rolling ones please) 2 – 24 count Crayola Brand Crayons 2 – 10 count Crayola Brand Classic Colors Washable Markers 3 – 4oz bottles Elmer’s School Glue 6 – Elmer’s Glue Sticks 1 – 8 count Crayola Brand Watercolors…

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Motley County welcomes new K-9 deputy

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  Motley County Sheriff Robert Fisk has added a K-9 unit to law enforcement in Motley County. Bobby is a 1 1/2-year-old Belgium Malinois canine trained by Universal K9 of San Antonio. He is trained in narcotics, officer protection, and apprehension. Sheriff Fisk completed two weeks of dual purpose handler’s training prior to acquiring Bobby. The training and purchase of…

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July Events at Caprock Canyons

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Caprock Canyons State Park July 2018 Events   Come join in all the fun activities at Caprock Canyons State Park during the month of July!   July 7: Birding 101 at 8:30am: Join us to learn the basics of birding at our wildlife viewing blind. Please bring binoculars! Native American Games at 2pm: Join us…

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Tell Congress newsprint tariffs threaten your paper… and you

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Tell Congress newsprint tariffs threaten your paper… and you Texas Press Association Guest Editorial Do you rely on your local newspaper to keep up with how your tax dollars are being spent? If so, tell your congressman you don’t want a new tariff to put the paper out of business. A new study reveals that communities that lose their newspapers see an alarming increase in the cost of local government because there’s no…

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