2023/24 School Supply Lists
Click on one of the links below to view 2023/24 school supply lists.
Shakopee High School does not require formal school supplies for grades 10-12; the 9th grade school supply list is listed below. On the first day, students in grades 10-12 are encouraged to come with a notebook and pencil/pen. Once they meet with their teacher, additional supplies, if applicable, will be shared. The Saber Nation Station at Shakopee High School does have donated school supplies for students in need in addition to other helpful personal items.
Tokata Learning Center supplies are provided by the school.
Have a question on your student's school supply list? Does your family need support in obtaining school supplies, including a backpack? Please do not hesitate to contact your student's school for further information. Thanks to our generous community partners, there are various donations made to the district specific for our families that can benefit students of all ages. Donated supplies will be available for those in need during the Back to School Connect & Asses/Open House events on a first-come, first-served basis (while supplies last). School counselors, liaisons and social workers may also connect with families in need directly.
Stepping Stones Preschool
All supplies listed below will be communal except for the 2-pocket folder and backpack; only the 2-pocket folder should be labeled with the child's name. If you have financial hardship, please connect with your child's teacher or call the front office.
- Markers - washable
- Crayons - 24 count
- 2 glue sticks
- 2-Pocket folder, plastic preferred that is labeled with the child’s name
- Backpack large enough to fit the folder
- Box of Kleenex