Middle School Co-Op
2024/2025 Middle School Classes
GreenMiddle School Classes
Blue High School Classes
PurpleIncludes Multiple Ages/Grades
LAF Middle School Co-Op offers a la cart classes to students in 6 – 8 grades. Classes in purple may include additional grade levels.
 
Parents are not required to stay on campus while students are in classes, but all Middle School families are required to serve in some capacity during the year. Click here for more information on our Cooperative Requirements.
Middle School Tuition
                   
Middle school classes are $215 each for the 2024/2025 school year, plus any lab/supply fees. 50% of tuition, plus 100% of lab/supply fees are due at the time of registration. Balances must be paid in full on or before Orientation on July 28 and 29, 2024.
registration fee

Beginning in the 2024/25 school year, we are adding an annual registration fee of $25 for each student in all age/grade levels. The fee will help offset the cost of the security measures we are putting in place in  2024/25. At Orientation this year, you will be onboarded to our new Brightwheel check-in system, and every family member (junior kiddos ages 5 and up included) will also receive a new ID card.

2024/2025 Middle School Classes

Below is our list of Middle School Co-Op Classes for the 2024/2025 school year. Next to each class, we have listed the facilitator for the class, the day, time, and location of the class, the course description, and the required materials and additional lab/supply fees. 

Click here to meet our Middle and High School Facilitators.

American Sign Language
Facilitator: Jaimie Sciesinski
 
Tuesday, 1:00 – 2:15
Room C105
 
Course Description:

In this course students will learn the structure of ASL, fingerspelling, the importance of facial expression/body language, numbers, word signs, and basic communication through simple statements and commands, yes and no questions/answers. We will also cover the Deaf history, and the Deaf culture. Learning ASL helps with communication skills, encourages eye contact, body language, and spelling skills. It is a beautiful language and benefits the Deaf community.

 

Required Materials:

  • American Sign Language for Beginners: Learn Signing Essentials in 30 Days by Rochelle Barlow
 
Supply Fee:
$10 per student
Apologetics
Facilitator: Melissa England
 
Tuesday, 8:30 – 9:45
Room S106
 
Course Description:

Foundation Worldview’s Careful Thinking Curriculum helps kids recognize false worldview ideas and understand how they differ from the Christian worldview. They will learn skills to unmask faulty ideas and embrace the truth by learning about logic laws and mistakes in careful thinking.  

Required Materials:
Bible

 
Supply Fee:
$20 per student
Art 
Facilitator: Annie White
 
Tuesdays, 11:15 – 12:30
Tuesdays, 1:00 – 2:15
Room C209
 
Course Description:

In middle school art class, students communicate visually, expressing themselves by first learning the elements of line, shape, space, color, value, texture, and form. Building on those art concepts using a variety of media and techniques as the year progresses. The students will learn to draw from observation using still life props, create a self-portrait, learn to mix paint and different paint media and the many ways to use those media. We will also learn about famous artists and their art movement’s significance in culture, recreating or taking their concepts and creating unique works of art.

*NOTE – Please note that this class is for students who are willing to work hard at improving their art every week. Students must submit a paragraph (2 – 3 sentences is acceptable) explaining why they want to take this class. This class is open to waitlist only until the required paragraph has been emailed to the facilitator and the student has been approved for the class. Then the student will be added to the class roster.

 

Required Materials:

The lab fee will cover the supplies that will be bought by the teacher for the whole year’s classes. 

Each student may opt to bring a t-shirt or smock for messy days.

 
Supply Fee:
$75 per student
Bible Overview (Spring Semester) 
Facilitator: Jenni Stahlmann
 

Tuition: $105

Thursdays, 9:50 – 11:10

Room C103
 
Course Description:

In the Spring Semester, we will pull back for a bird’s eye view of the Bible. We will do an over of the following sections:

  • The Torah
  • The History Books
  • The Wisdom Literature
  • The Major Prophets
  • The Minor Prophets
  • The Gospels and Acts
  • The Pauline Epistles
  • The General Epistles 
  • Revelation

As we learn, we will create a basic timeline of major events, pages for key people in the Bible, and maps.

Required Materials:

The Complete Children’s Bible Atlas

1 1/2 inch binder

3 Tab Dividers labeled Timeline, People, Maps

 
Supply Fee:
$10 per student
Daughters of the American Revolution Essay Course
(Fall Semester)
Facilitator: Jenni Stahlmann
 

Tuition: $105

Tuesdays, 11:15-12:30
Room C105 

Course Description:

*OPEN TO STUDENTS IN 5-8TH GRADES

The DAR Essay Contest was established to encourage young people to think creatively about our nation’s great history and learn about history in a new light.

For the first half of the semester, we will do a deep dive into the history of the topic (topic announced by DAR in the last week of July). Then we will spend the rest of the semester working on the writing assignment, which will be submitted to our local DAR chapter for judging. This course will help students study for and write an excellent contest submission! 

Essays are judged for historical accuracy, adherence to the topic, organization of materials, interest, originality, spelling, grammar, punctuation, and neatness.

Each student participant receives a certificate of participation from the chapter and the chapter winners receive bronze medals and certificates. State winners receive certificates and silver medals and a monetary award. National winners receive special certificates, medals, and a monetary award. 

Required Materials:
  • 1″ 3-Ring Binder
  • 5 Tab dividers
  • College-ruled notebook paper
  • 3 clear page-protectors
  • 3-hole punched, 2-pocket folder
  • Pencil case with
    • pens (blue or black)
    • red ink pen
    • multiple highlighter colors
    • post-it flags
    • post-in notes
 
Supply Fee:
$10  per studentat 
Earth Science
Facilitator: Stephanie Easton
 

Tuesdays, 9:50-11:10
Room C212

 
Course Description:

We will be exploring God’s creation on Earth and in the sky, through studying the oceans, weather, minerals, and astronomy. This class would be a great fit for 6th-8th grade students. 

 
Required Materials:
Wonders of Creation Textbooks:
  • “The New Ocean book
  • “The Mineral Book”
  • “The New Weather Book”
  • “The New Astronomy Book”

1-inch 3 ring binder

pack of notebook paper

 
Lab Fee:
$30  per student
Engineering
Facilitator: Marina Smith
 

Tuesdays, 1:00 – 2:15
Room C207 

Course Description:

Engineering class will foster a love of STEM and hands on learning through using the “engineering design process” and method. Math and science will both be strengthened while planning, designing, decision making and executing projects throughout the year. We will be participating in the local Annual Toothpick Challenge, working both individually as well as in teams throughout the year. This class will be offered on Tuesday and Thursday and is open to grades 4-8. 

Required Materials:
  • Binder
  • Loose leaf paper
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Computer paper for sketching designs
 
Lab Fee:
$30  per student

General Science 

Facilitator: Stephanie Easton 

Thursday,  1:00 – 2:15
Room C103
 

Course Description:

Explore a general overview through different branches of Science! Using the Apologia General Science Middle School curriculum, we will explore the scientific method, simple machines, geology, archaeology, biology, and more. This could be a more challenging class, as the textbook is designed for approximately 7th and 8th grade.

 
Required Materials:

Apologia Textbook for Middle School General Science (3rd Edition)

Student Journal

 
Lab Fee:
$40 per student

Geography: Eastern Hemisphere

Facilitator: Kim Jeantet

Thursdays,9:50 – 11:10
Room C209
 

Course Description:

Let’s explore the world together on a journey to Africa, Asia, Australia & Antarctica!  We will discover how the five themes of geography shape countries and cultures through research and engaging projects.  Even more importantly, we will learn about unreached people groups on each of these continents, how we can pray for them and missionaries who have taken the Gospel there.  The goal of this course is that students would develop a greater appreciation and respect for the world around them by experiencing cultures different from their own.  This is a two-part course that will pair with World Geography: Western Hemisphere that will be offered next school year. 

 
Required Materials:

1″ 3-ring binder (or section of a larger binder)

loose leaf notebook paper

3 dividers 

Pencils

Colored pencils

Index cards

(Various general project supplies throughout the year)

 
Supply Fee:
$25 per student
Life Skills
Facilitator: Mya Malone
 
FOR 8TH GRADE AND UP 
 
Tuesdays, 9:50 – 11:10
Room C103
 
Course Description:

This class is geared toward 8th graders and up. This course is designed to develop and enhance life skills the students will need for everyday life. This class will focus on personal, interpersonal, and communication skills. Also, this course will explore other topics such as personal finance/money management, home management, health/wellness, and more. These skills will help prepare students to be successful when they become independent and on their own. 

Required Materials:

1-2 inch binder 

spiral notebook

writing utensil

Supply Fee:

$10 per student

Literature 6 (Tuesdays)

Facilitator: Heather Kelley
 
Thursdays, 1:00 – 2:15
Room C206
 

I am overjoyed to facilitate Literature 6 on Tuesdays. I anxiously anticipate discussing quality literature with your students, while sparking a desire for them to expand their vocabulary and inspire a zeal for writing. Over the course of the year, the students will learn vocabulary, the stages of plot,  and literary devices, including figurative language. In addition, the sixth graders will learn many forms of poetry. They will have the opportunity to create their own Poetry Anthology and share some of their work at the Poetry Slam in class towards the end of the school year. 

 
Book List

Song for a Whale by Lynne Kelly

The Squire’s Tale by Gerald Morris

The Kite Fighters by Linda Sue Park

Angel on the Square by Gloria Whelan

Alias Anna: A True Story of Outwitting the Nazis by Susan Hood and Greg Dawson

When Stars Are Scattered by Omar Mohamed and Victoria Jamieson

 
Required Materials:

2” binder

Folder

10 Dividers for the binder

Pens and or pencils

 
Supply Fee:
$15 per student

Literature 6 (Thursdays)

Facilitator: Jessica Falde
 
Tuesdays, 1:00- 2:15
Room C206
 
Course Description:

The primary focus of this Literature 6 course is to expose your young and growing readers to a variety
of Award Winning and engaging novels with the goal of giving them an appreciation for literature. The
book selections were purposefully chosen in order to facilitate critical thinking skills through literature
analysis, develop conflict resolution skills and encourage deep and meaningful in-class, and at-home,
discussions. The class will be comprised of great literature, group discussion, interactive games,
hands-on projects as well as some engaging writing assignments, all with the goal of making relevent

connections between the literature and our own lives.

In addition to learning how to think critically through novels, your students will also learn new
vocabulary, some writing techniques and grammar, as well as, plot structure and literary devices that

will all further their ability to understand more complex text.

Your student will be expected to come to class prepared, participate in class discussions, present

writing assignments and hands-on projects.

*A note about novel selections: As a parent, I understand that we all have different levels of sensitivity
in regards to what we expose our children to and when we expose it to them. Many great works of
literature explore sensitive topics. One of the things I love most about facilitating Literature is being
able to explore these topics together in a safe, welcoming and Christ-centered environment where we
can have age-appropriate conversations about the topic. If a novel has sensitive material, (i.e. death,
war, violence, segregation, etc…) I will do my best to inform you ahead of time so that you can
choose to screen it before your middle grader reads it for themselves. Prior to selecting novels, I
scour Christian book lists, read pages upon pages of book reviews, watch a variety of YouTube
reviews and read through websites like Plugged In and Common Sense Media in order to ensure that
the novels being selected are age appropriate, yet challenging for your maturing reader.

 
Book List

A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park (Historical/Realistic Fiction)

Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt (Fantasy)

The Bronze Bow by Elizabeth George Speare (Children’s Historical Fiction)

Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls (Adventure/Coming of Age)

**Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred Taylor (Historical Fiction/Coming of Age/Drama)

Inside Out and Back Again by Thanhha Lai (Verse)

** sensitive subject matter

 

Required Materials:Spiral Bound Notebook with at least 70 pages

1” or 1 ½” binder with loose leaf paper

Sticky tabs

pencils/pens

 

Supply Fee:
$10 per student

Literature 7

Facilitator: Melissa England
 
Tuesdays, 9:50 – 11:10
Room S106
 
Course Description:

In this class, we will read poems and short stories about courage, nature, generosity, land,  humility, and family.  We will dig deep to discuss the characters, themes, symbolism and much more.

Required Materials:

Supply Fee:
$10 per student

literatre

Literature 8

Facilitator: Rachel Besaw
 
Tuesdays, 1:00 – 2:15
Room C206
 
Course Description:

Literature 8 will be an exciting journey through different genres of literature so that everyone might find a new book to love.  We will have many group discussions, some creative assignments, and writing projects. The mix of stories used in class will range from fantasy to real-life, coming-of-age stories.  The goal will be to encourage a love of reading and gain new perspectives and an understanding of classic literature.  Students are expected to participate in class by adding relevant feedback to detailed discussions. Some sharing of projects and reading essays in front of the class will be needed as well.

 
Book List:

The Outsiders, by S.E. Hinton

Animal Farm, by George Orwell

The Giver, by Lois Lowry

The Hobbit, by J. R. R. Tolken

The Adventures of Huckelberry Finn, by Mark Twain

To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee

Rip Van Winkle and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, by Washington Irving

 

Supply Fee:
$5 per student

Phonics Reading Lab
Facilitator: Nicole OConnor
 

Thursdays, 1:00 – 2:15

Room C207
 
Course Description:

English is a tricky language!! This course will train students to match the sounds of spoken English with individual letters or groups of letters. During this course, students will be able to blend sounds of letters together to help decode unfamiliar words and use these skills for spelling. 

This course will follow phonics rules from the Orton-Gillingham program, including long vowels, vowel teams, consonant endings, and more.

 

Required Materials:

Recipe for Reading Workbook 4 

Recipe or Reading Workbook 5

 

Supply Fee:
$20 per student

Digital Photography

Facilitator: Rachel Ying
 
 
Thursdays, 8:30 – 9:45
Room C209
 
 

Course Description:

An introduction and exploration into the world of digital photography. In this class we will learn the basics of photography: the exposure triangle, framing and lighting, color balancing, landscapes, portraits and much more. Students will learn how to use their own camera to capture the wonder of God’s creation in the world around them.

 

Required Materials:

DSLR or mirrorless digital camera with an interchangeable lens system Memory card compatible with camera Memory card reader to transfer files to a computer

Photo editing software such as Lightroom or Darktable (needed after winter break)

4×7 photo album to hold prints

 
Lab Fee:
$50 per student

Physical Education

Facilitator: Coach Phil

 
Tuesdays, 1:35 – 2:25
Gym
 

Course Description:

Fitness, Fun, and Friendship with each other and God. 

 

Required Materials:

Gym Clothes and Shoes

 
Supply Fee:
$5 per student
Pre-Algebra
Facilitator: Brandi McNulty
 
Thursdays, 11:15 – 12:30
Room C103
 
Course Description:

Horizons Pre-Algebra builds on basic math operations with hands-on lessons in introductory algebra, trigonometry, geometry, and real-life applications. The complete set includes a full-color student workbook with 160 engaging lessons, a user-friendly teacher’s guide, and a separate tests and resources book for evaluating student progress. Pre-Algebra Student Book teaches your child: volume and surface area of solids, four operations with monomials and polynomials, representations of data, trigonometric ratios, and more.

 
Required Materials:

Horizons Pre-Algebra Student Book Tests and Resources Book

3-ring binder

Basic scientific calculator

 
Lab Fee:
$10 per student
Preparing for Pre-Algebra
Facilitator: Kimberly Souren
 
Tuesdays, 1:00 – 2:15 pm
Room S106


Club Description:

Pre-algebra Prep will be a combination of the previous two years of math leading up to and including some Pre-Algebra. It will be designed to give a solid foundation of complex math concepts that will make it easier to move on to the next levels of math. Each class will build upon the next and include some projects that the students will need to complete using the math concepts they have learned. There is no book to purchase for this class since it combines several curriculums into one class. 

 
Required Materials:

1.5″ Binder

31-tab lesson dividers

Notebook paper (loose sheets)

Graph paper (3 holes to fit in binder)

Pencils

Highlighter pens

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Ruler 12″(Standard/Metric) 

Tape Measure Standard/ metric/ fractions) 

Pencil Compass

Protractor

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Pack (ruler, tape measure, pencil compass, and protractor) can be purchased from LAF for  $20

 

Lab Fee:

$25  per student
Public Speaking
Facilitator: Michelle Jones
 
Tuesdays, 9:50-11:10
Room S104
 
Course Description:
In our Public Speaking class students will become comfortable; which will take away any anxiety and nervousness, but also boosts self-esteem and builds up their confidence levels. Public speaking is an excellent way to build critical thinking skills. Students will learning how to engage their audience which is important for students because these values are respected and desired as they grow and enter the work force, college etc.
 
Key Topics Students will learn:
  • Build leadership skills
  • Critical Thinking
  • Personal Development
  • Develop your vocabulary and fluency
  • Improve communication skills
 
Required Materials:

2 Spiral Notebooks

Pencils & Pens that erase

Package of 4 highlighter

2 ring folders (please not the same design or color)

 
Supply Fee:
$30 per student
Sewing
Beginning Sewing (Fall Semester)
Intermediate Sewing (Spring Semester)
Facilitator: Keisa Troyer
 
Tuition: $105 (each semester)
 
Tuesdays, 1:00 – 2:50
Room C209
 
Course Description:
Beginning Sewing is open to all students, including those with little or no experience
 
Intermediate  Sewing is open to students who have experience sewing. 
 
  
Required Materials:

Sewing machine with manual. 

Extra needles and bobbins that fit your machine. 

Sewing scissors 

Sewing pins

Assortment of colors of all purpose threads

1/2-1” binder 

*Optional iron 

Fabric TBD

 
Supply Fee:
$25 per student
Spanish 1
Facilitator: Wendy Willis
 
Thursdays, 9:50 – 11:10
Room C105
 
Course Description:

This beginner class is an introduction to Spanish and to the wide number of countries that share this language. Students will learn to read, write, pronounce, and understand basic Spanish. The goal is to welcome students into a language journey that God can use to open countless doors for them. Class time will be dedicated to instruction and student participation through games, pronunciation practice, reading out loud, partner activities, and simple presentations. Students will also get to experience new foods, new music, and learn about the basic geography of Latin America.

Topics include:

  • Greetings & Conversations
  • Numbers 0 – 1,000
  • Colors
  • Alphabet
  • The Family
  • Adjectives
  • The Body
  • Food
  • Weather and Clothing
  • Months, Days, Holidays, Seasons
  • Daily Life
  • Sports and Pastimes
  • Places in the Community
  • Telling Time
  • Meals and Restaurants
  • Animals and their Environments
 
Required Materials:
 
Supply Fee:
$10 per student
Spanish 2
Facilitator: Wendy Willis
 
Thursdays,  8:30 – 9:50
Room C105
 
Course Description:

This beginner class is an introduction to Spanish and to the wide number of countries that share this language. Students will learn to read, write, pronounce, and understand basic Spanish. The goal is to welcome students into a language journey that God can use to open countless doors for them. Class time will be dedicated to instruction and student participation through games, pronunciation practice, reading out loud, partner activities, and simple presentations. Students will also get to experience new foods, new music, and learn about the basic geography of Latin America.

 
Required Materials:

1-inch binder with interior pocket

1-subject college-ruled spiral notebook

Pencils

2 packs of 3×5 assorted (5 colors) index cards

 
Supply Fee:
$10 per student
STEAM Makerspace (Spring Semester)
Facilitator: Kathleen Reardon
 
Tuition: $105

Thursdays,  11:15 – 12:30
Room C105
 
Course Description:

In this class, students will become “makers” and enginees who engage in fun challenges. We will explore STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) principles to solve problems and build solutions together. Projects are new every year and driven by the students’ interests. For example, we might design prototypes to solve real world problems; build circuits to light up our creations; and perform acts of service to meet our community’s needs. We also use class time to design and build our LAF Egg Drop inventions!

 
Required Materials:

None

 
Supply Fee:
$40 per student
Swimming Creatures (Tuesdays)
Facilitator: Michelle Jones
 
Tuesdays,  1:00 – 2:15
Room C103
 
Course Description:

Students will learn all about God’s glorious design. With hands-on, interactive experiments, learning comes to life on the page, giving students an immersive learning experience.

 
Required Materials:

Exploring Creation with Zoology 2: Swimming Creatures, 2nd Edition

Notebooking Journal Grade 6

2Spiral Notebooks

Pencils & Pens that erase

Package of 4 highlighter

2 ring folders (please not the same design or color)

 
Supply Fee:
$30 per student
Swimming Creatures (Thursdays)
Facilitator: Kimberly Souren
 
Thursdays,  1:00 – 2:15
Room S104
 
Course Description:

In Swimming Creatures, we will be learning all about the oceans and the creatures that live there. We will work through the different depths of the ocean and explore what lives there. In class we will have experiments, dissections (2), weekly oral presentations, and an end of the year project. 

 
Required Materials:

Exploring Creation with Zoology 2: Swimming Creatures, 2nd Edition

1.5″ binder

31-tab lesson dividers

Notebook Paper (loose sheets)

Pencils

Highlighter pens 

Glue sticks (2)

Scissors

Colored pencils or markers

 
Supply Fee:
$40 per student
U.S. History: America the Beautiful
Facilitator: Chrissy Roberts
 
Tuesdays, 9:50 – 11:10
Room S104
 
Course Description:

The Notgrass History America the Beautiful curriculum is a one-year American history, geography, and literature course designed for students in grades 5-8. It combines the flexibility and richness of a unit study with the simplicity of a textbook-based approach to history. Daily lessons guide your middle-school student chronologically through American history, with an emphasis on key events, people, and places.

The 2-volume text includes the course instructions and easy-to-follow daily directions that children are often able to follow independently. Each of the thirty units has five lessons. You can complete the curriculum in one year by doing one lesson per day for 150 days during your school year. Depending on how many activities you assign, most students will need 45-90 minutes to complete one lesson. While this course is designed for children in grades 5-8, younger children can listen to the lessons and participate in the family activities.

You will need the text, map and timeline books as well as the student workbook.

 
Required Materials:

Student Kit (Check if it is cheaper to buy individual pieces.) 

Required books are textbooks, map, timeline, and student workbook

Supply Fee:
$10 per student
World History: From Adam to Us
Facilitator: Chrissy Roberts
 
Tuesdays,  11:15 – 12:30
Room S104
 
Course Description:

The Notgrass From Adam to Us curriculum is a one-year world history curriculum for students in grades 5-8.3

You will need the text, the mapbook, the timeline, and the student workbook. It may be cheaper to buy the kit and the workbook (even though you will not need the Creative World book) as opposed to buying each individual piece. Do what works best for your family.

From Adam to Us includes two primary textbooks (one for each semester; each includes 75 lessons). The daily lessons are written in a narrative style and richly illustrated with color photographs and maps. Volume 1: Creation to Cathedrals will introduce students to ancient civilizations, the Great Empires, the early Church, and the Middle Ages. Volume 2: Castles to Computers covers the early Renaissance, Age of Revolutions, Victorian Era, the 20th Century and up through modern communications. Each unit includes five lessons that look at biographies, landmarks, daily life, “God’s Wonders” (natural resources), and “Our World” stories (major events).

 
Required Materials:

From Adam to Us, Volume 2, pages 510-1044, hardcover

Map Book, 43 maps, softcover

Timeline Book, 31 pages, softcover

Kit

Student workbook

 

Supply Fee:
$10 per stud
Write a Play (Fall Semester)
Facilitator: Jenni Stahlmann

 

Tuition: $105

Thursdays,  9:50 – 11:10
Room C103 
 
Course Description:

In this one semester class, we will study the elements of storytelling and the use of dialogue in playwriting. As a class, we will co-write a play and submit it the Florida Studio Theatre Young Playwrights Festival. Each student will also write a play that will be submitted to the Young Playwrights Festival.

As part of our study, we will read a play together, and also study a handful of small plays.

As a class, we will attend three performances at Florida Studio Theatre. Admission price and dates for the plays will be announced in the summer

Required Materials:

The Miracle Worker by William Gibson

1″ binder

Loose leaf paper

Pens

Pencils

 
Supply Fee:
$15 per studen
Writing
Facilitator: Nicole Oconnor
 
Thursdays,  8:30 – 9:45
Room C103
 
Course Description:

In MS Writing this year, students will be exploring the five main types of writing genres; expository, persuasive, narrative, descriptive and creative. Students will be able to know how and when to use each type of writing, how to engage readers and how to convey ideas effectively.

Students will use the writing process, which includes lessons in drafting, editing, and revision techniques to create successful publications that we will celebrate in class!

Required Materials:

 3 ring binder with 5 tabs 

 
Supply Fee:
$15 per student

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