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2020-2021 School Supply Lists

stmonica
Montreal - Friday, June 26, 2020

At the beginning of each school year, students are required to have certain supplies that they can use in the classroom. These supplies, which include basic items like pencils, crayons, erasers and markers, must be provided by parents and are not provided by the school. You will note on the supply lists a section with optional items. While not required to purchase these, you may choose to do so.

Please ensure that your child is prepared for class as soon as possible during the first week of school with the right supplies. You can download school supply lists by clicking on the Cycle/Grade below that your child will be entering in the new year:

For your convenience, we have collaborated with Services Scolaire - Éditions Vaudreuil once again this year to facilitate the purchase of supplies if you wish to order your child’s supplies online. Select the file name that matches your child’s grade level for the 2020-2021 school year and follow the instructions.

Pick up arrangements include a pick up at their warehouse location or at the school in August. They also offer home delivery at an additional charge.

Orders can be placed online for school supplies with Èditions Vaudreuil as of June 24, 2020 at website http://scolaire.editionsv.qc.ca A letter will be sent home with details.

2020-2021 School Supplies

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