ITEM DONATIONS

Lindsey Book Club

For your child’s birthday, consider celebrating their love of reading by donating to the RCL Library. All books donated have a bookplate placed in them with your child’s name and the reason for the gift. Your child will be the first to check out the book and enjoy a special Lindsey Book Club party at the end of the school year! There are two easy ways to donate a book: purchase a book in person at the school library or complete the form found at following link. Click here for more information and the form to join the club!

Greeting Cards for 5th Grade

Every year, the fifth graders create a holiday project using the fronts of greeting cards. If you have any holiday cards or greeting cards that you are going to discard, or no longer need, please bring them in to school. Only the fronts are needed, so it is fine if the cards have been used. Thank you so much for your help with this project!

School Clinic Donations

Our clinic dispenses bags of ice for bruises, cuts, insect bites, etc. The cost of purchasing ice bags is prohibitive. The clinic uses about a box of Ziploc bags per week. For sanitary reasons the bags are not reused. It would help the clinic supply budget if families were willing to donate one box of snack or sandwich size Ziploc bags. If you are able to do so, please send a box to the clinic. Boxes of tissues, Clorox wipes and Dixie cups are always appreciated as well. Thank you in advance for assisting the clinic!

 

STEM Supplies

Please donate any of the following supplies for STEM projects throughout the year. Donations can be dropped off in the library or sent to your child’s classroom. Thank you for supporting the STEM program!

  • LEGO
  • Lids of any size
  • Plastic containers
  • Small boxes
  • Cardboard tubes
  • Twisty ties
  • Metal washers
  • Packing materials
  • Plastic pizza tables
  • Cardboard
  • Old CDs
  • Corks
  • Pringles cans
  • Pie tins
  • Small plastic tubs
  • Buttons
  • Pennies
  • Coffee filters
  • Toothpicks
  • Q-tips
  • Paper or plastic plates/bowls/cups
  • Plastic silverware
  • Cotton balls
  • Straws
  • Clothespins
  • Popsicle sticks
  • Coffee stirrers
  • Aluminum foil
  • Rubber bands
  • Tape
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Plastic baggies
  • String or yarn
  • Beads