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School Supply Lists for the 2021-2022 School Year

Local school systems have a released school supply lists for the 2021-2022 school year (Photo by Kindel Media from Pexels)

HISTORIC TRIANGLE — With the start of the upcoming school year fast approaching, it is time for students to start collecting supplies. WYDaily has compiled a list of links to find out what students will need heading into the school year.

School systems included on this round up are: Gloucester County Public Schools, Poquoson City Public Schools, Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools, and York County School Division.

It is important to note that, as of Thursday, Aug. 12, all K-12 public and private schools in Virginia are requiring that all persons inside a school building must wear masks, regardless of vaccination status. For more information, visit the update on WYDaily.

Gloucester County Public Schools

Elementary Schools

Middle Schools

High School

Poquoson City Public Schools

Elementary Schools

Middle School

High School

Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools (WJCC)

Elementary Schools

Middle Schools

High Schools

Eileen Cox, spokesperson for WJCC, says that supplies will vary depending on the courses that students are taking. Supply needs will be shared on either the schools’ open houses or by teachers on the first day of school.

York County School Division (YCSD)

Elementary Schools

Middle Schools

High Schools

YCSD notes that high school level courses require varying supplies and, therefore, are not published in advance. If there are questions regarding your high school student’s supplies, residents are encouraged to call the schools directly.

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