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School Supply List

8 months ago



   3 boxes of Crayola Crayons  basic colors

   Pencils with extra-large erasers

   1 package of expo markers

   3 packages glue sticks

   3 rolls of Paper towel

   3 boxes of Kleenex

   2 bottles of Lysol/Clorox Wipes or spray

   3 bottles of hand sanitizer

   Set of extra clothes (label with your child’s name)

   2 boxes Zip bag (quart or gallon size

   1 zip pouch to hold crayons

   2 Kindergarten Tablets (blue and red lined paper)

   2 one inch white binders

   Book Bag labeled with Child’s Name


5 packs 24 Crayola Crayons

5 packs of 12 #2 pencils

8 Glue Sticks

2 Black Sharpie Markers

1 ream of copy paper

1 zip pouch for pencils

2 primary composition notebooks

1 red and 1 blue 3 prong plastic folders

2 highlighters

Dry Erase Markers

4 rolls of paper towels

1 box sandwich size Ziplock bags

2 hand sanitizers

2 boxes of Kleenex

Optional: Clorox wipes and Ziploc Bags



   1 Pair of child safe scissors

   3 packs of wide-ruled notebook paper

   2 packs of large dry erase markers

   1 pack of 24 count #2 pencils

   4 composition books

   2 boxes of Crayola crayons

   1 package of Crayola Markers

   1 box of gallon Ziploc bags

   1 box of sandwich Ziploc bags

   4 plastic folders with pockets & brads

   3 boxes of Kleenex tissue

   3 rolls of paper towels

   3 bottles of large Hand Sanitizer

   1 container of Clorox wipes

   1 (3) inch binder

GRADE 3rd and 4th

   2 pack of 20 or 24 #2 pencils (no decorative pencils, please) NO hand held pencil sharpeners

   1 pair Dollar store type ear-buds for use with Chromebooks in the classroom

   1 1 ½ inch 3-ring notebook (No Trapper Keepers)

   4 packs of wide-ruled notebook paper

   1 pair of school safety scissors (Fiskars work best)

   4 glue sticks

   1 pencil bag with a zipper

   2 boxes of 24 count Crayola Crayons ( No markers or Colored Pencils)

   4 vinyl folders with pockets and prongs for paper

   4 composition style notebooks

   1 bottle liquid hand soap

OPTIONAL ITEMS: Please help by sending

   2 rolls of paper towels

   2 boxes of tissue

   2 boxes of baby wipes

   1 pack of Ziploc bags (any size)

   1 container of Clorox/Lysol Wipes

   1 pack of construction paper



   1 two inch binder

   1 package of 8 divider tabs

   6 composition notebooks

   1 pencil pouch

   1 box of colored pencils

   1 box of markers

   1 box of Crayola crayons

   1 package of EXPO markers

   1 ream of white copy paper

   1 package of multi-colored highlighters

   1 package of erasers

   1 bottle of liquid glue

   4 plastic folders with prongs (2 red and 2 green)

   1 pair of scissors

   2 packages of 24 count #2 pencils

   1 box of Kleenex tissue

   2 bottles of hand sanitizer

   1 roll of per towels

   1 bottle of Clorox wipes

Pre K

   A regular size backpack (No wheels)

   A red and blue nap mat with blanket/towel ( NO pillows or stuffed animals)

   A change of clothes (including underwear and socks)

   Paper towels

   Clorox Wipes


   Hand soap


   Colored Card Stock

   Play Dough

   Dry Erase Markers

   Construction paper

   Colored Pencils


   Stamp Markers

Faculty and Staff

7 months ago

By Ericka Jenkins


Job Title

Email Address

LaKeyda Burnett


Shelia Davenport


Daphine Dowdell





Faculty and Staff

Job Title

Email Address

Adkins, Sandra

Fifth Grade Teacher

Allen, Jennifer

Kindergarten Teacher

Allen, Mindee

Enrichment Specialist

Belser, David

Fourth Grade Teacher

Belser, Martha

Third Grade Teacher

Bohan, Laura

Third Grade Teacher

Boyd, Brenda

SpEd Paraprofessional

Brock-Johnson, Christy

Student Education Teacher

Brown, Gwendolyn

Cafeteria Manager

Brown, Liz


Dark, April

Self-Contained SpEd

Daves, Mary

SpEd-PreKindergarten, Resource 4th & 5th Teacher

Davidson, Kimberly

Pre-Kindergarten Teacher

Echols, Markata

Resource Kindergarten & 3rd Teacher

Fannie Edwards

Cafeteria Worker

Ennis, Emily

Kindergarten Teachers

Green, Alexis

Cafeteria Assistant Manager

Hamby, Michelle

Resource Teacher

Hill, George



Holloway, Jeffery



Hurst, Katie

SpEd Paraprofessional

Jenkins, Ericka

Media Specialist

Johnson, Michael

IT Technician

Odle, Marsha

Fifth Grade Teacher

Nance, Stacy

Speech Therapist

Sealy, Rachel

Fourth Grade Teacher

Still, Tyler

Physical Education Teacher

Tanner, Candace

Instructional Coach

Terry, Cierra

First Grade Teacher

Thorne, Kimberly

First Grade Teacher

Threadgill, Shernika

Second Grade Teacher

Willis, Willie

Second Grade Teacher

Woodham, Katherine

Kindergarten Teacher

Wright, Kathy

SpEd Paraprofessional


Jump Rope for Heart Winners

about 1 year ago

By Ericka Jenkins

Jump Rope for Heart! 

Principal's Corner

8 months ago

By LaKeyda M. Burnett, Principal

    Greetings, Everyone!  It is such an honor to serve as Principal of LaFayette Eastside Elementary School.  Our theme for this current school year is "E.E.S.  :  Eastside. Everybody. Shines!"  This theme sets the tone for the big ideas of it takes a village for all of our students to be successful.  Every child matters, every single day!

    In order to meet the diverse needs of our students, we will continue to  revamp some ways that things are done.  Teachers will continue to use research-based strategies and will begin to make the most of the 375 instructional minutes during our school days.   Each day, we strive to make our school one that is safe and conducive to learning.  

    As always, we extend an invitation to you to be a part of the learning process.  Education is a team effort, and we welcome parental involvement in order for our students to reach their highest potential.  We also welcome any ideas that you may have, as we are looking for ways to build our PTO Organization.   

     Our commitment is to educate each child successfully.  In doing so, we will be setting and maintaining a positive tone with professionalism while extending our best to our families.  We look forward to each family taking an active role in their children's education.  E.E.S.:  Eastside. Everybody. Shines!

About Us
Our History ; Eastside Elementary School was built in 1961 in a rural town in Chambers County. Eastside is located in the city of LaFayette, Alabama but also draws its population from the surrounding rural areas. Students are assigned to the school based on attendance zones set in place by the federal court mandate. Eastside students are offered a variety of community programs. The city offers recretional activities, which include football, baseball, basketball and cheerleading. The partners in education is the local bank, Farmers and Merchant as well as Joanne's. Other local supporters such as Parkers Food, LaFayette Pilot Library, LaFayette Police and Fire Departments, local restaurants, churches, organizations and Eastside Parent-Teacher Organizations provide needed resources and support for the school.
Child Nutrition
Breakfast/Lunch Menu

Eastside Lunchroom:
Manager Gwen Brown,
Assistant Manager Alexis Ford Green

Phone # 334-864-7046
Lafayette, Al 36862

Fannie Edwards
Carla Ross