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

Jenkins takes 15th at State CC

By placing 15th at the Class 3A Cross Country State Meet on Saturday, Jessie Jenkins is believed to be the first Southeast girl to medal at State. Fellow sophomore Tanner Craddock took 46th to place in the top half of the boys competing at the meet, and is believed to have one of the highest finishes by a Lancer in the Boys State Meet. After her race, Jenkins was overwhelmed by the support of her team, her school, and her community... ... [Read More]

October 29, 2016

Bingo Bash a success at SJHS

More than 150 students, parents, grandparents and other members of area communities took part in Saturday night's Bingo Bash at Southeast Junior High School. The SJHS PTO hosted the event as a fundraiser, but the night was more than just about raising money. It was a way to fill a community need and have an evening of fun. ... [Read More]

October 1, 2016