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Supply Lists


School supply lists for the 2021-2022 year have not yet been finalized. Please check back at a later date.


Below are the school supply lists for the 2020-2021 school year.

Please see a letter from Staples St. Albert, which provides a streamlined way for parents to order their child's school supplies by clicking here.
If you choose to purchase supplies from Staples St. Albert, please be advised that the best pricing will occur after July 22nd.

Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3
Grade 4
Grade 5
Grade 6

Hand Sanitizer

The school supply lists require each student to bring "1-8oz bottle of gel hand sanitizer (child safe)". Some of you may be wondering how "child safe" is defined for hand sanitizer, as Health Canada itself does not have a definition and you won't be able to find this on any product label.
- Ensure the ethanol content of the product is at least 60%. There is no need to look for products that are > 90% alcohol ( Health Canada has warnings about technical (high ethanol) grade hand sanitizers, which have been temporarily approved in some cases due to a shortage of products in general).
- If you are unsure of whether it is an approved product, review the Health Canada list of approved products (that is updated regularly):
- There is no definition of “child safe” or "approved for use with children", however we do not recommend homemade versions of hand sanitizer. The product should have an eight digit Drug Identification Number (DIN) or a Natural Product Number (NPN). If it does not have a DIN or a NPN, but was purchased at a store or online, you can also check and see if the product is listed on the Health Canada “List of Products Accepted (by Health Canada) under Interim Measure":

Lois E. Hole Elementary School