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February 2017

Southeast students get Broadway experience

“Going to watch something like Phantom of the Opera is a cultural experience most of these kids don't typically get,” Mr. Gary Leiker said of a recent trip to see the famous play. “The sets, the costumes, and special effects are spectacular - exactly what you would expect to see on Broadway. The music is amazing and the acting is stellar.” ... [Read More]

February 14, 2017

Southeast graduate inspires area KAYs students

The Southeast KAY chapter hosted the annual Unit Conference on February 13. Nine schools and more than 100 students helped with community service projects and listened to speakers. One of those speakers, Southeast graduate Taylor Gravett, was a former KAY chapter president, and is now the mayor of his hometown, Weir, Kansas. ... [Read More]

February 13, 2017

Southeast “pioneers” fight storms and starvation

It’s near chaos as the three “wagon trains” of fourth graders determine who is best suited from their group to hunt for food. It’s 1889 and they’ve traveled from Independence, Missouri to the Platte River, Nebraska. These pioneers have already gone through the food they originally packed. They’re starving, they still have to cross the river, and storms are on the horizon. Several students are not going to survive until the end of the class day. ... [Read More]

February 13, 2017

SHS students honored by KU

Four Southeast High School seniors were honored Monday February 6, 2017 by the University of Kansas Alumni Association and KU Endowment. Shi Ann Crumpacker, Stephanie Dye, Morgan Leeper and Madison Westervelt were among area students recognized as Kansas Honor Scholars for their academic achievements. ... [Read More]

February 10, 2017

2017 Winter Homecoming at SHS

Congratulations to junior Jake Burns and sophomore Megan Colvin for winning the Pep Rally competition on Thursday, February 9, 2017. Later in the day, senior Sara Scholes won the Lip Sync Battle with her performance of "One Less Lonely Girl" by Justin Bieber, with some help from Mr. Butler. ... [Read More]

February 9, 2017