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The Legacy Vision and Mission is to provide a Christ-Centered, College prep education, and to partner with parents in developing Christian character and noble deeds that students apply to make a difference in the world and to reach their God-given destinies summarized by "Christ Curriculum Character" 


High School

Classes Listed Alphabetically


ALGEBRA I - Kalan Morrison
Pencils (required EVERY day)
Red pens
2” binder
LOTS of notebook paper
Graph paper (to be kept in binder at ALL times)
Ruler
Dividers (5)
Calculator:    TI-83 or TI-84 Graphing calculator – I would PREFER a graphing calculator, but they are expensive, so below is a substitute 
        scientific calculator – (suggest the TI-34)
ALGEBRA I HONORS
Pencils (required EVERY day)
Red pens
2” binder
LOTS of notebook paper
Graph paper (to be kept in binder at ALL times)
Ruler
Dividers (5)
Calculator TI-83 or TI-84 Graphing calculator – I would PREFER a graphing calculator, but they are expensive, so below is a substitute scientific calculator – (suggest the TI-34)
ALGEBRA II - Stahl
3” Binder
Red Pen/Red Pencil
Pencils
Blue/Black Ink Pens
Graph Paper
College-ruled notebook paper
Dividers for 3” Binder
Graphing calculator (TI-84 preferred)

ALGEBRA HONORS II - Stahl
3” Binder
Red Pen/Red Pencil
Pencils
Blue/Black Ink Pens
Graph Paper
College-ruled notebook paper
Dividers for 3” Binder
Graphing calculator (TI-84 preferred) 


AMERICAN HISTORY (8th Grade) - Amelia Stewart

3 Ring Binder (2 inch size)
Notebook Paper
Subject Dividers (5)
Black or Blue Ink Pens
Colored Map Pencils
Red Pen Large Cloth Book Cover
No. 2 Pencil or Mechanical Pencil

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
Loose leaf notebook paper
Black pens #2 pencils
Colored pencils
Girls – rubber band or clip to keep hair out of the way during labs
3-ring binder (may be shared with other classes)
Basic calculator (you may use a scientific calculator if you have one)
Card stock (for projects) (white or colored depending on the project)
Poster board (for projects) (white or colored depending on the project)
Access to a computer with internet and printer
Jump drive (you do not need a separate one for this class – you may also be asked to have one for history and English classes)

AP CALCULUS - Stahl

3” Binder
Red Pen/Red Pencil
Pencils
Blue/Black Ink Pens
Graph Paper
College-ruled notebook paper
Dividers for 3” Binder
Graphing calculator (TI-84 preferred)


AP CHEMISTRY - Nancy Hart
2 inch 3 ring binder with dividers
regular note book paper
Number 2 pencils
only blue, black ink pens
red grading pencil or pen
AP ENGLISH - Edna Earney 

 Have at school:

  • 2” binder, 3-ring, any color
  • 5-7 dividers for notebook Labels: Journal, Grammar, Lit notes, Writing, Graded Work. Other labels are your choice.
  • An 8 1/2x11" zipper bag that is 3-hole punched, to keep graded vocab lessons in – you will tear them out of your book, and when I return them, you have to keep up with them.
  • Notebook paper, NO SPIRALS. NO SPIRALS. NO SPIRALS. NO SPIRALS.
  • Black ink pens, #2 pencils
  • A 3 hole-punched pencil/pen case for your notebook – handy for pens/pencils/highlighters/cards, etc.
  • Highlighters in at least 4 colors
  • Post-it tags for annotations (2”x1/2” paper)
  • 4 X 6 cards for vocab flashcards
  • Book covers (1 large for lit book, 1 small for grammar book)
  • a personal flash drive (2mgs is fine) for saving work on mobile lab computers to work on elsewhere. Decide now where you will store the flash drive so you can keep up with it and have it ready for class. It's small, easily misplaced, so you need a plan.

Have at Home:

  • Paper, pen, pencil, post-it tags, highlighters
  • A system for studying your vocabulary cumulatively by units: rings, boxes with tabs, zip-lock bags, etc.
  • Access to an American Heritage Dictionary (must have etymology of words). You may use dictionary.com online, or buy a paperback for about $5.99.
  • Access to a computer for word-processing several times a week; also, some handouts and webpages are made available online rather than copied for class. Thus, you will need internet access.
  • An email address for receiving messages from Mrs. Earney; parents need a separate email address from students. I communicate often with parents. Both the student’s email and the parents’ email need to be registered with the office on RenWeb. You need to be able to check your email several times weekly.

AP
U. S. GOVERNMENT
- Debbie Jean
Bring all items (except 3-brad folders) and textbook to class every day beginning Day 1.

You will receive 5 bonus points on our first test if you have all supplies and notebook set up with dividers in place with proper headings.

Large Cloth Book Cover
3-Ring Binder (2”) (to keep returned tests in)
3-Ring Binder (2”)
Lined Notebook Paper    College Ruled
Subject Dividers for Tab Headings:

  • Focus
  • Homework
  • Notes
  • Handouts
No. 2 Pencils
Ink Pens:  Blue or Black
Highlighters:  at least 2 different colors
Pencil Bag to clip in binder to hold pens, pencils, highlighters
Bic Wite-Out EZ Correction Tape
3 Brad Folder for Current Events (8 total)
AP U.S. History  (11th Grade) - Debbie Maxey
Bring first eight items and textbook to class each day beginning Day 1.

You will receive (5) bonus points on our first test if you have all supplies and notebook set up with dividers in place with proper headings.

Large Cloth Book Cover
(2)   3 ring binders (3”)
Notebook Paper & Extra Notebook Paper                                                   
Subject Dividers (20)
Pen/Highlighter Bag to clip in binder to hold pens, highlighters, etc.
Black or Blue Ink Pens (No pencils)
Highlighters  (At least 4 different colors)
Bic With-Out EZ correct tape
4 x 6 Note Cards
(4) 3 Brad Folders for Reports
Cardstock Paper

Supply lists for projects will be included in the assignment sheet when those projects are assigned.


AQR: ADVANCED QUANTITATIVE REASONING - Stahl
3” Binder
Red Pen/Red Pencil
Pencils
Blue/Black Ink Pens
Graph Paper
College-ruled notebook paper
Dividers for 3” Binder
Graphing calculator (TI-84 preferred)  Pencils (required EVERY day)
Red pens
1 ½ ”-2” binder
At least 300 sheets of notebook paper (wide or college ruled)
Ruler
Calculator - TI-84 Graphing calculator – I would PREFER a graphing calculator, but they are expensive, so below is a substitute scientific calculator – (suggest the TI-34)
BIBLE HIGH SCHOOL
NIV Bible
Paper
2 Black Pens
2 Red Pens
Highlighters
Pencils

BIBLE SENIOR BOYS
NIV Bible
Paper
2 Black Pens
2 Red Pens
Highlighters
Pencils

BIBLE SENIOR GIRLS - Suzanne Harris
Bible (version is your choice)
Folder or small binder
Notebook paper
An ample supply of pens (any color) and pencils
Highlighters
Something to journal in
 BIOLOGY I - Kenny Hoffpauir
pen (black or blue)
pencil
spiral composition notebook
3 brad colored folder
colored pencils

BIOLOGY I HONORS - Kenny Hoffpauir
pen (black or blue)
pencil
spiral composition notebook
3 brad colored folder
colored pencils

CHEMISTRY - Nancy Hart
2 inch 3 ring binder with dividers
regular note book paper
Number 2 pencils
only blue, black ink pens
red grading pencil or pen

CHEMISTRY HONORS - Nancy Hart
2 inch 3 ring binder with dividers
regular note book paper
Number 2 pencils
only blue, black ink pens
red grading pencil or pen

CHOIR HIGH SCHOOL
Be ready to purchase piano method book after school starts- will need to assess Indiv. Level first
1.5"  3 ring binder
pencil
highlighter

DECA - Debbie Jean
3-Ring Binder (1”)
Lined Notebook Paper    College Ruled
Subject Dividers for Tab Headings:
No. 2 Pencils
Ink Pens:  Blue or Black
Highlighters
Pencil Bag to clip in binder to hold pens, pencils, highlighters
Bic Wite-Out EZ correct tape
Construction paper
Scissors and glue
Poster board
Newspapers—if you have old ones, please bring them to class

Parents, Please understand that this is a brand new class at Legacy, and I am sure there will be other supplies we will need. I will let you know about them as soon as I am aware.


ECONOMICS HONORS - Jean
Bring all items (except 3-brad folders) and textbook to class every day beginning Day 1.

You will receive 5 bonus points on our first test if you have all supplies and notebook set up with dividers in place with proper headings.

Large Cloth Book Cover
3-Ring Binder (1”)
Lined Notebook Paper    College Ruled
Subject Dividers for Tab Headings:
    • Focus
    • Homework
    • Notes
    • Handouts
No. 2 Pencils
Ink Pens:  Blue or Black
Highlighters: at least 2 different colors
Pencil Bag to clip in binder to hold pens, pencils, highlighters
Bic Wite-Out EZ correct tape
3 Brad Folder for Current Events (4 total) 

*Economics Honors will have four additional projects that will each entail purchasing additional supplies. Those supply lists will be included in the assignment sheet when those projects are assigned, however, you may anticipate things such as:

Poster board
Cardstock
Small binder
Art embellishments
Double-stick tape


ECONOMICS STANDARD - Debbie Jean
Bring all items (except 3-brad folders) and textbook to class every day beginning Day 1.

You will receive 5 bonus points on our first test if you have all supplies and notebook set up with dividers in place with proper headings.

 3-Ring Binder (1”)
Lined Notebook Paper College Ruled
Subject Dividers for Tab Headings:

    • Focus
    • Homework
    • Notes
    • Handouts

 No. 2 Pencils
Ink Pens:  Blue or Black
Highlighters: at least 2 different colors
Pencil Bag to clip in binder to hold pens, pencils, highlighters
Bic Wite-Out EZ correct tape
3 Brad Folder for Current Events (4 total)


ENGLISH 2 STANDARD AND HONORS (9th and 10th Grade) - Jaclyn Carraway
At School:
  • 2” binder, 3 ring, any color

  • 5-7 dividers for notebook

  • Notebook paper, 3 hole, NO SPIRALS (no fuzzy edges)    Wide- or college-ruled is fine however, if you have large handwriting, buy wide-ruled

  • Black or blue ink pens, #2 pencils

  • Highlighters in at least 4 colors     (for analyzing literature and our own writing)

  • Small paper post-it tags for tagging our readings

  • Approx. ½ x 2”, paper tags

  • 3 x 3” or smaller to annotate readings

  • 3 1/2 x5 and 4 x6 notecards

  • Book covers- an uncovered book affects your grade

At home:

  • Paper, pens, pencils, post-its, highlighters

  • 3 x 5 lined note cards for vocabulary lessons, any color, 200

  • A system of your choice for organizing your vocabulary cards by lesson:    Rings, boxes with tabs, zip-lock bags, etc.

  • Access to an American Heritage Dictionary at home (NOT Webster’s)    You may use dictionary.com

  • Computer access at home (for word-processing and internet assignments) 


ENGLISH 3 STANDARD - Jaclyn Carraway
At School:
  • 2” binder, 3 ring, any color

  • 5-7 dividers for notebook

  • Notebook paper, 3 hole, NO SPIRALS (no fuzzy edges) Wide- or college-ruled is fine however, if you have large handwriting, buy wide-ruled

  • Black or blue ink pens, #2 pencils

  • Highlighters in at least 4 colors (for analyzing literature and our own writing)

  • Small paper post-it tags for tagging our readings

  • Approx. ½ x 2”, paper tags

  • 3 x 3” or smaller to annotate readings

  • 3 1/2 x5 and 4 x6 notecards

  • Book covers- an uncovered book affects your grade

At home:

  • Paper, pens, pencils, post-its, highlighters

  • 3 x 5 lined note cards for vocabulary lessons, any color, 200

  • A system of your choice for organizing your vocabulary cards by lesson: Rings, boxes with tabs, zip-lock bags, etc.

  • Access to an American Heritage Dictionary at home (NOT Webster’s) You may use dictionary.com

  • Computer access at home (for word-processing and internet assignments)

ENGLISH 4 - Edna Earney

 Have at school:

  • 2” binder, 3-ring, any color
  • 5-7 dividers for notebook Labels: Journal, Grammar, Lit notes, Writing, Graded Work. Other labels are your choice.
  • An 8 1/2x11" zipper bag that is 3-hole punched, to keep graded vocab lessons in – you will tear them out of your book, and when I return them, you have to keep up with them.
  • Notebook paper, NO SPIRALS. NO SPIRALS. NO SPIRALS. NO SPIRALS.
  • Black ink pens, #2 pencils
  • A 3 hole-punched pencil/pen case for your notebook – handy for pens/pencils/highlighters/cards, etc.
  • Highlighters in at least 4 colors
  • Post-it tags for annotations (2”x1/2” paper)
  • 4 X 6 cards for vocab flashcards
  • Book covers (1 large for lit book, 1 small for grammar book)
  • a personal flash drive (2mgs is fine) for saving work on mobile lab computers to work on elsewhere. Decide now where you will store the flash drive so you can keep up with it and have it ready for class. It's small, easily misplaced, so you need a plan.

Have at Home:

  • Paper, pen, pencil, post-it tags, highlighters
  • A system for studying your vocabulary cumulatively by units: rings, boxes with tabs, zip-lock bags, etc.
  • Access to an American Heritage Dictionary (must have etymology of words). You may use dictionary.com online, or buy a paperback for about $5.99.
  • Access to a computer for word-processing several times a week; also, some handouts and webpages are made available online rather than copied for class. Thus, you will need internet access.
  • An email address for receiving messages from Mrs. Earney; parents need a separate email address from students. I communicate often with parents. Both the student’s email and the parents’ email need to be registered with the office on RenWeb. You need to be able to check your email several times weekly.

ENSEMBLE
2"  3ring binder
pencil/highlighter


    ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE - Suzanne Harris
    One 3/4"-1” three-ring binder with a zipper pocket for supplies
    Three-ring pocket folder that fits in binder
    Notebook paper
    An ample supply of black or blue ink pens
    An ample supply of red ink pens
    An ample supply of mechanical pencils (preferably)
    Erasers
    Colored pencils
    Book cover

    FRENCH - Alese Deckard
    Headphones are purchased through the school and handed out during class. The fee will be added to the student’s account (letter attached).
    Pencil or pen
    Folder for vocabulary notes
    8'' x 10'' Pencil Pouch with Zipper for storage of headphones (Pencil pouch and headphones must be clearly labeled. Each student is responsible for keeping up with his/her own headphones.)
    GEOMETRY STANDARD - Kalan Morrison
    Pencils
    Red pens
    2” binder
    LOTS of notebook paper
    Graph paper (to be kept in binder at ALL times)
    Ruler
    Compass
    Protractor
    Dividers (5)
    Calculator TI-84 Graphing calculator – I would PREFER a graphing calculator, but they are expensive, so below is a substitute scientific calculator – (suggest the TI-34) 
      GEOMETRY HONORS - Kalan Morrison
    Pencils
    Red pens
    2” binder
    LOTS of notebook paper
    Graph paper (to be kept in binder at ALL times)
    Ruler
    Compass
    Protractor
    Dividers (5)
    Calculator TI-84 Graphing calculator – I would PREFER a graphing calculator, but they are expensive, so below is a substitute scientific calculator – (suggest the TI-34)
    HEALTH - Varnado
    Folder or binder
    Notebook paper
    Pen or pencil
    Red pen


    LATIN - Alese Deckard
    Headphones are purchased through the school and handed out during class. The fee will be added to the student’s account (letter attached).
    Pencil or pen
    Folder for vocabulary notes
    8'' x 10'' Pencil Pouch with Zipper for storage of headphones (Pencil pouch and headphones must be clearly labeled. Each student is responsible for keeping up with his/her own headphones.)

    P.E. 6th GRADE - 12th GRADE
    PE UNIFORM - Families can buy the PE uniform at JUBI Prints. 6720 Eastex Fwy, Beaumont, TX 77708
    PRINCIPLES OF TECHNOLOGY
    Loose leaf notebook paper
    blue/black pens
    red pen
    #2 pencils
    calculator (+,-,multiply, divide, square root functions needed)
    ruler
    protractor
    compass for drawing circles

    PER-CALCULUS HONORS - Stahl
    3” Binder
    Red Pen/Red Pencil
    Pencils
    Blue/Black Ink Pens
    Graph Paper
    College-ruled notebook paper
    Dividers for 3” Binder
    Graphing calculator (TI-84 preferred) 

    SAT Prep - Kalan Morrison
    1 ½ inch – 2 inch binder
    5 dividers
    Sharpened #2 pencils  (mechanical  pencils may not be used on SAT)
    RED or color pen (for grading)
    loose leaf notebook paper for notes
    Package of 4 X 6 index cards
    TI-83 or 84 Graphing Calculator (calculators are available at the school but may not be taken home)

    SPANISH - Alese Deckard
    Headphones are purchased through the school and handed out during class. The fee will be added to the student’s account (letter attached).
    Pencil or pen
    Folder for vocabulary notes
    8'' x 10'' Pencil Pouch with Zipper for storage of headphones (Pencil pouch and headphones must be clearly labeled. Each student is responsible for keeping up with his/her own headphones.)

    SPEECH - Carraway
    3-Ring Binder (2”) for Daily Use
    Notebook Paper
    Subject Dividers (5)
    2 or more Black Ink Pens(No Blue!)
    Cloth Book Cover
    No. 2 Pencils
    2 or more Red Ink Pens
    3 x 5 Index Cards

    THEATER
    Notebook 1"
    Notebook paper
    Pens (blue & black ink)
    Pencils
    Highlighter
    Sketch pad (just a BASIC white sheet sketch pad for costume & scene design)


    VO1CE
    Dance Team-will be given dress code for practice wear
    Worship Band- 1.5" 3-to g binder for charts
    Sound Team- none

      WORLD GEOGRAPHY STANDARD (9th Grade) - Amelia Stewart
      3 Ring Binder (2 inch size)
      Notebook Paper
      Subject Dividers (5)
      Black or Blue Ink Pens
      Colored Map Pencils
      Red Pen Large Cloth Book Cover
      No. 2 Pencil or Mechanical Pencil
      WORLD GEOGRAPHY HONORS  (9th Grade) - Debbie Maxey
      Bring first nine items and textbook to class each day beginning Day 1.

      You will receive (5) five bonus points on our first test if you have all supplies and notebook set up with dividers in place with proper headings.

      Large Cloth Book Cover
      3 ring binder (2”)
      Notebook Paper & Extra Notebook Paper
      Subject Dividers (4) Tab Headings:
      • Information
      • Daily Focus
      • Notes
      • Homework
      Pen/Highlighter Bag to clip in binder to hold pens, highlighters, etc.
      Black or Blue Ink Pens (No pencils)
      Map Color Pencils
      Highlighters  (At least 2 different colors)
      Bic Wite-Out  EZ correct tape
      4 x 6 Note Cards
      Construction (approx. 9” x 12”) or Cardstock Paper for Current Event Articles
      Doublestick Tape

      Supply lists for projects will be included in the assignment sheet when those projects are assigned.

      WORLD HISTORY (10th Grade) -  Laureen Chapman
      Bring first five items and textbook to class each day beginning Day 1.

      Large Cloth Book Cover
      1 3 ring binder (2”)
      Notebook Paper
      Subject Dividers (4)
      Black or Blue Ink Pens (No pencils)
      4 x 6 Note Cards
      4 Folders with brads (Reports)
      Cardstock or Construction Paper (Reports)
      Doublestick Tape

      WORLD HISTORY HONORS (10th Grade) - Debbie Maxey
      Bring first eight items and textbook to class each day beginning Day 1.

      You will receive (5) five bonus points on our first test if you have all supplies and notebook set up with dividers in place with proper headings.

      Large Cloth Book Cover
      1   3 ring binder (2”)
      Notebook Paper & Extra Notebook Paper                                                   
      Subject Dividers (4)  Tab Headings:
      • Information
      • Daily Focus
      • Notes
      • Homework
      Pen/Highlighter Bag to clip in binder to hold pens, highlighters, etc.
      Black or Blue Ink Pens (No pencils)
      Highlighters  (At least two different colors)
      Bic Wite-Out EZ correct tape
      4 x 6 Note Cards
      (4) 3 Brad Folders for Reports 
      Cardstock or Construction Paper (Reports)
      Doublestick Tape

      Supply lists for projects will be included in the assignment sheet when those projects are assigned.


      WORLD HISTORY STANDARD (10th Grade) - Laureen Chapman
      Bring first eight items and textbook to class each day beginning Day 1.

      Large Cloth Book Cover
      1 3 ring binder (2” or larger)
      Notebook Paper & Extra Notebook Paper
      Subject Dividers (5)
      Pen/Highlighter Holder/Bag
      Black or Blue Ink Pens and pencils for scantrons
      Highlighters
      Composition Journal
      4 x 6 Note Cards
      4 Folders with brads (Reports)
      Cardstock or Construction Paper (Reports)
      Double-stick Tape

      U. S. GOVERNMENT HONORS - Debbie Jean
      Bring all items (except 3-brad folders) and textbook to class every day beginning Day 1.

      You will receive 5 bonus points on our first test if you have all supplies and notebook set up with dividers in place with proper headings.

      Large Cloth Book Cover
      3-Ring Binder (1”)
      Lined Notebook Paper    College Ruled
      Subject Dividers for Tab Headings:
        • Focus
        • Homework
        • Notes
        • Handouts
      No. 2 Pencils
      Ink Pens:  Blue or Black
      Highlighters: at least 2 different colors
      Pencil Bag to clip in binder to hold pens, pencils, highlighters
      Bic Wite-Out EZ correct tape
      3 Brad Folder for Current Events (4 total)

      *Government Honors will have four additional projects that will each entail purchasing additional supplies. Those supply lists will be included in the assignment sheet when those projects are assigned, however, you may anticipate things such as:

      Poster board
      Cardstock
      Small binder
      Art embellishments
      Double-stick tape

      U.S. GOVERNMENT - Debbie Jean
      Bring all items (except 3-brad folders) and textbook to class every day beginning Day 1.

      You will receive 5 bonus points on our first test if you have all supplies and notebook set up with dividers in place with proper headings.

       3-Ring Binder (1”)
      Lined Notebook Paper College Ruled
      Subject Dividers for Tab Headings:

        • Focus
        • Homework
        • Notes
        • Handouts

       No. 2 Pencils
      Ink Pens:  Blue or Black
      Highlighters: at least 2 different colors
      Pencil Bag to clip in binder to hold pens, pencils, highlighters
      Bic Wite-Out EZ correct tape
      3 Brad Folder for Current Events (4 total)


      U.S. HISTORY  (Grade 11) - Debbie Maxey
      Bring first eight items and textbook to class each day beginning Day 1.

      You will receive (5) five bonus points on our first test if you have all supplies and notebook set up with dividers in place with proper headings.

      Large Cloth Book Cover
      1   3 ring binder (2”)
      Notebook Paper & Extra Notebook Paper                                                   
      Subject Dividers (4)    Tab Headings:

      •  Information
      •  Daily Focus
      •  Notes
      •  Homework

      Pen/Highlighter Bag to clip in binder to hold pens, highlighters, etc.
      Black or Blue Ink Pens (No pencils)
      Highlighters  (At least 2 different colors)
      Bic Wite-Out EZ correct tape
      4 x 6 Note Cards
      (4) 3 Brad Folders for Reports
      Cardstock or Construction Paper (Reports)
      Doublestick Tape

      Supply lists for projects will be included in the assignment sheet when those projects are assigned.



       


      April 22
      Spring Concert - 6:30pm
      Triumph Church


      April 23
      10th-12th StuCo Elections

      April 24
      9th StuCo Elections

      April 28
      NHS Induction - 7pm

      April 29
      Crawfish Boil

      May 1
      National Day of Prayer

      MS Athletic Banquet


      May 2
      Legacy's Got Talent

      May 3
      Fine Arts Tryouts

      May 6
      Blood Drive

      May 8
      HS Athletic Banquet

      Spirit Dress - Nerd

      May 9
      Walk-a-Thon

      May 12
      FCA to see Astros

      May 13
      MS Awards Night

      May 16
      HS Awards Night

      May 19
      A1 Final 8:30-10:30
      A2 Final 10:45-12:45

      May 20
      B1 Final 8:30-10:30
      B2 Final 10:45-12:45

      May 21
      A3 Final 8:30-10:30
      A4 Final 10:45-12:45

      May 22
      B3 Final 8:30-10:30
      B4 Final 10:45-12:45

      May 23
      Graduation

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