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Jennifer Josheff

Published On: Feb 24 2012 09:55:08 AM CST   Updated On: Feb 24 2012 09:56:00 AM CST

Phone Number: 608-834-6787

E-mail: jajoshe@spasd.k12.wi.us

Items Needed:

1" hardcover binders

Binder divider w/ tabs

Tape - scotch

Tacks

Construction paper (any size, any colors)

Breakfast/granola bars (for hungry kids)

Kleenex or PuffsHistorical fiction (new or gently used)

World History books (new or gently used)

U.S. History books (new or gently used)

Economics books (new or gently used)

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Big rolls of paper for projects

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