Back-to-School Year Info

2020-2021 Student Supply Lists

Parents, these are the basic school supplies that students will need to begin the school year in the face-to-face return choice. The (*) symbol at the back of the item suggests that you need this item for LaunchEd learning. Please purchase your supplies based on the choice you have made for the Parent Re-Opening Survey.  Please remember that we are now a digital school, so headphones or earbuds will be a very important item that your child will need to have.

All Castle Creek students will receive a device if they are in face-to-face or in LaunchEd learning.  Please make sure that you check your Connect Orange and your ClassDoJo, Facebook and twitter messages for information on the schedule for picking-up the device and other school information.

 When in doubt, please call Dr. Johnson at 407-207-7428, ext. 4162222 or our Parent Engagement Liaison, Mrs. Ferrer, at 407-207-7428, ext. 4162220.

Kindergarten, 1st & 2nd Grades

 Full-size book bag (no wheels)

Durable headphones or earbuds - ALL

3 ring binder, 1 ½ inch, with clear plastic front packet (*)

1 package loose-leaf paper (*)

1 pack of 5 dividers

Kindergarten – (2) – 3-hole punched spiral notebooks

1st and 2nd Grades – (3) – 3-hole punched spiral notebooks

Kindergarten only – Primary composition notebook with story paper (*)

Plastic pencil box (*)

24 pencils (*)

2 packs of pink erasers

1 box of 16 – 24 crayons (*)

1 pack of 2 – 3 glue sticks (*)

1 pair of blunt-tip Fiskar Scissors (*)

2nd Grade Only – 1 pack Crayola washable markers

2nd Grade Only – (1) – 4-pack multi-colored highlighters

3rd, 4th and 5th grades

Full-size book bag (no wheels)

Durable headphones or earbuds - ALL

3 ring binder, 1 ½ inch, with clear plastic front packet (*)

3rd Grade Only: (3) - 3-hole punched spiral notebooks (*)

4th and 5th Grades Only: (4) – 3-hold punched spiral notebooks (*)

1 package loose-leaf paper (*)

1 pack of 5 dividers (*)

Plastic pencil box

32 pencils (*)

2 packs of pink erasers

3rd Grade - 1 box of 16 – 24 crayons OR 1 pack of colored pencils (*)

4th and 5th Grades: 1 pack of colored pencils (no crayons needed) (*)

4th and 5th Grades: 1 pack of Crayola markers (*)

1 pack of 2 – 3 glue sticks (*)

1 pair of blunt-tip Fiskar scissors (*)

1 – 4-pack multi-colored highlighters



July 20 thru August 8, 2020

8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Appointments ONLY – (407)723-5004

Stay Superhero Strong. Don’t Wait, Vaccinate. J


for the Uninsured at Shepherd’s Hope (ShepherdsHope.Org)

Who is Eligible?

Children up to 18 years of age welcome

Must be uninsured and have no other options

Appointments only

Please call (407)876-6699 ext. 246 to schedule

West Orange Health Center

Thursday August 6th - 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM


455 9th Street, Winter garden, FL 34787

Longwood Health Center 

Wednesday, August 5th - 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM


The Sharing Center Plaza

600 N. US Hwy. 17-92, Suite #124, Longwood, FL 32750

Dr. Diebel, Jr. Memorial Health Center

Tuesday, August 4th - 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Thursday, August 6th - 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM


Samaritan Resource Center

9837 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando, FL 32817 

FORMS ISSUED: The Florida Department of Health required form (DOH 3040) will be issued following completion of the physical examination. This form meets the Florida state requirement for enrollment in public or private school.

ABOUT SHEPHERD'S HOPE: Shepherd’s Hope provides free primary care and specialty care medical services, education and wellness programs to uninsured and under-insured men, women and children in Central Florida. The non-profit organization has provided approximately 300,000 free patient visits and services since 1997. In 2019, Shepherd’s Hope provided 54,772 free patient visits and medical services thanks to partnerships with 3,000 licensed medical and general volunteers, three community hospital systems, 100 diagnostic/secondary providers and numerous multi-faith partners. Patients are served at its five Central Florida service facilities in Longwood, East Orlando, Downtown Orlando, Ocoee and Winter Garden. 95 percent of donations directly support patient services

Program made possible thanks to a generous grant from the Harper Family Charitable Foundation, Inc., support from Nemours Children's Health System and our volunteers and staff.

Thank You!!