Project Connect for Sept. 5

September 5, 2011 

Project Connect is a partnership between the Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce and local schools to help teachers get supplies or services.

Wish list


  • Jamie Dekle, third grade, reading: four CD players with headphones

  • Becca Shupp, fourth grade, homeroom: pencil box or pencil pouch (25 of either); 1-inch white view finder binders (25)

  • Emily Harrison, first grade: colored printer paper; class snacks (Goldfish crackers, graham crackers, cereal); Crayola markers; Clorox wipes

  • Gail Twisdale, second and third grade, literacy: Barnes & Noble Color Nook

  • Lori Soergel, grades 1-5, literacy: letter-size manila file folders (six packs); two packs of 100 clear sheet protectors

  • Trish Smoot, third and fourth grade, reading and math: highlighters, Flip video camera

  • Vera Yancey, social studies/geography: flags from different countries to be used with "The Passport Club" geography program

  • Katie Stephens, third grade: two CD players with headphones; blank CDs; picture books or age-appropriate books with audio CDs; Scholastic Children's Dictionaries; Polaroid camera with film

  • Treva Kent, grades 1-5, art: healthy snacks for four days for approximately 60 kids who will be involved with the production of "The Tortoise and the Hare"


  • Amie Lankowski, third grade: electric heavy-duty pencil sharpener


  • Rebecca McNamara, third grade: 25 hard-cover Webster's dictionary and thesauruses

  • Mrs. Wilson, second grade, reading: "Junie B. Jones" (any book from the series) by Barbara Pack; "Fly Guy Meets Fly Girl" by Tedd Arnold; "Ivy and Bean" (any book from the series) by Annie Barrows; "Dream Big Little Pig" by Kristi Yamaguchi; "Pinkalicious" (any book from the series) by Victoria Kann; "Romana" (any book from the series) by Beverly Cleary
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