Good info. I also heard about the opportunity for teachers to work at Wal-Mart for the day to help kids with their school supply lists. Supposedly you get free stuff. Ever done that?
From: Woody Duncan <email@example.com>
To: TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wed, 08 Jun 2005 15:27:40 -0600
Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] New teacher here!
If you have money (not PO's but cash) that you can spend, watch
Walmart near the start of the school year. They put crayola marker sets
on sale for like 98 cents (no limit). I used to buy 48 each fall.
Also, sale or not, never buy Rose Art anything (quality sucks).
> Hi, I just signed up here. I have just been hired for my first teaching > job...a K-8 art teacher at a new charter school. Because the school is > new, and because I have no experience, I could use some help, really any > advice at all...but right now I'm in the process of creating my supply > list. I was given a catalog and asked to make a list. Right now, there > is no equipment, no supplies. I am starting from scratch. It's kind of > a daunting task. I'm having trouble even picking out paints and > papers. If any of you have any ideas, favorite brands, equipment and > shelving that has worked well for you, cheap solutions, things I can't > live without...I'd love to hear them. Thanks so much in advance!
> > Stacie
-- Woody, Retired in Albuquerque