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Thursday, August 13, 2009 Tri-Cou ews Kimball, MN Students Youth Page 11 Kimball Elementary School supplies 2009-2010 Kindergarten Crayons -. Crayola Twistable - 8-count Erasers - large Glue - 3 bottles, white (Elmer's) Glue Sticks - 6 large (Elmer's) Kleenex- large box Paints - tray of 8 watercolors (Crayola) Pencils - one dozen, #2 Folder- Plastic, 2-pocket Scissors - metal edged Notebook- spiral, wide-lined Pencil box Backpack Beach towel in Ziploc bag Cake mix and can of frosting First Grade Disinfectant wipes - large Crayons- 24 count Dry erase markers - 1 set (Cray- ola) Erasers- 2 large Folders- 2-pocket, 1 red, 1 blue Glue Sticks - 4 large Glue - Elmer's 8-oz. white Kleenex- large Notebook- spiral, wide-lined Paints - tray of 8 watercolors (Crayola) Pencils - colored Pencils - box of#2 Pencil box Scissors Pencil sharpener - (enclosed style) Backpack (no wheels) Second Grade Disinfectant wipes- large Crayons- 24 count Erasers- 2 large Erasers- 12 pencil top Folders- (2) 2-pocket Glue - 2 Elmer's 8-oz. white Glue Sticks - 4 large Kleenex- large Markers :- washable -" Markers - dry erase, fine point Notebooks - 2 spiral, wide- lined Pencils - box of#2 Pencils - colored Pencil box Ruler Scissors Sharpener- small, enclosed Tape- Scotch Packpack (no wheels) Third Grade Disinfectant wipes - large Crayons- 24 count Erasers - 2 large Folder- (3) 2-pocket Glue - 8-oz. Elmer's white Glue Sticks- 4 large Kleenex- large Markers - washable Markers- dry erase, fine point Notebooks - 3 spiral, wide- lined Paints- tray of 8 watercolors Pencils - box of #2 Pencils - colored Pencil box Ruler Scissors Tape - Scotch Highlighter Backpack (no wheels) Fourth Grade Disinfectant wipes - large Calculator- basic functions Ruler- metric and standard Crayons - 24 count Erasers - 12 pencil top Erasers - 2 large Folders- (5) 2-pocket, 1 green, 1 yellow Binder - 3-ring, 1 1/2 inch, white Glue sticks - 4 large Glue - 8-oz. Elmer's white Highlighters - 3 Kleenex- 2 large Markers - washable, fine and bold point Markers- dry erase Notebooks - 4 spiral Paints - tray of 8 watercolors Paper- half-inch graph paper Paper - loose-leaf, narrow- rule8 Pencil box- small (8x5) Pencils - dozen #2 Pencils - colored Scissors Tape - 3 rolls. Scotch Backpack (no wheels) Fifth Grade Disinfectant wipes - large Binder-3-ring, 1 inch Calculator- basic functions Crayons- 24 count Erasers - 2 large Erasers - 12 pencil top Folders - (5) 2-pocket Glue- 8-oz. Eklmer's white Glue Sticks - 4 large Highlighters - 2 Kleenex- 2 large Markers - washable Markers- 2 black sharpies Markers- dry erase Notebook- composition Notebook spiral graph, 4 squares/inch Notebooks - 5 spiral Pencils - box of #2 Pencils- colored Pencil box- small (8x5) Ruler Scissors Tape - 2 rolls, Scotch Backpack (no wheels) Sixth Grade Disinfectant wipes - large Binders- (3) 3-ring, 1 1/2 inch Calculator Folders - (7) 2-pocket Glue - 8-oz. Elmer's white Glue Sticks - 4 large Markers- dry erase, fine point Markers - Black Sharpie, 1 fine, 1 med. Highlighters - 2 Notebook- composition Notebook - spiral graph, 4 squares/inch Paper - loose-leaf, narrow- ruled Pencils - box of#2 Pencils - colored Ruler Scissors Tape - 2 rolls, masking Tape - 2 rolls, Scotch Kleenex- 2 large Markers - washable, fine and wide tip Notebooks - 4 spiral, narrow- ruled Backpack (no wheels) School supply receipts Reminder: keep education receipts for tax credits or subtractions The Minnesota Department of Revenue is reminding parents to save receipts from school sup- ply purchases this year. Doing so could qualify parents for possible tax credits or subtractions on their 2009 state income tax returns. There are two tax provisions that help Minnesota families pay expenses related to their child's kindergarten through 12th-grade education: the K-12 education credit and I(-12 education subtrac- tion. Both programs reduce the tax parents must pay and could provide a larger refund when fil- ing a 2009 Minnesota Individ- ual Income Tax Return. To qual- ify, parents mu.st have purchased educational services or required materials during 2009 to assist with their child's education and the child must be attending kin- dergarten through 12th grade at a public, private or home school. "Even during these challenging economic times, school supplies are still an important necessity," said Revenue Commissioner Ward Einess. "These tax credits and sub- tractions can make a big differ- ence on a family budget." Generally, most expenses paid for educational instruction or materials qualify, including pur- chasing paper, pens and note- books; textbooks; rental or pur- chases of educational equipment such as musicalinstrum~nts; com- puter hardware and educational software; after-school tutoring and educational summer camps. There are no income restrictions to qualify for the education sub- traction; income restrictions only apply to the education credit, which is refundable. Qualifying Income Guidelines for Education Credit: # of qualifying children in K-12: income must be less than: 1-2 $3Z500 3 $39,500 4 $41,500 5 $43,500 6 or more $43,500 plus $2,000 for each additional qualify- ing child. Stop by the Department of Rev- enue's booth at the Minnesota State Fair in the Education Build- ing to receive envelopes for school supply receiPts. For more information, visit the department's Web site at , or call (651) 296-3781 in the metro area or (800) 652-9094 elsewhere in Min- nesota. School Of Rock concert update "Last week's paper contained information about the 5th Annual School of Rock Concert to take place at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 13, at the Sauk Rapids Middle School. Because of a transformer being out at the middle school, the con- cert will now be at SAUK RAPIDS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. This concert is the culmina- tion of 60 area student musicians Kimball Area .~ Emergency ~ I in grades 6-12 who have created Food ShelfL~~." I bands and practiced in six ses: Inc. sions. They are being instructed by local professional musicians and St. Anne's Church in Kimball [ this is their opportunity to present ........................................................................................................ their talents to the public. 10 - 10:45 a.m. Tues./Thur$~ There are many more seats to Also open 2nd Monday of the fill, as the high school seats hun- month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. dreds more. Tickets are sold at the tel. (320) 398-221 1 door for $5. For after-h0urs emergencies, call one of the area churches. Anna from Germany, 16yrs. Hkes Io phy te~mis, swun. loves to d~ce. kama hopes to play American softball and learn American 'slang' while in the USA. Host an Exchant e Student Today!V Make a lifelong friend from abroad. Enrich your family with another culture. Now yon can host a high school exchange student (girl or boy) from France. Germany, Scandinavia. Spain. Australia. Japan. Brazil. Italy or other countries. 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