Five Southeast musicians going to State

Five Southeast High School students have qualified for the State Solos & Small Ensembles Music Festival that will be held April 29 at Southeast Saline in Gypsum: senior Madison Westervelt, junior Robyn Nabors, sophomores Amanda Becker and Peyton Simpson, and freshman Blaise Prewitt. ... [Read More]

April 9, 2017

Southeast graduate takes Silver at Special Olympics World Winter Games

"It's hard work, but when I put my heart into it, I see results." - Ashley Spriggs, Southeast Class of 2000, was featured in the ESPN video "Girl Power" that aired just before the Special Olympics World Winter Games held in Austria. Ashley went on to take Silver in 100 Meter Showshoeing, Bronze in the 200 Meters, and Bronze in the 4x100 Relay. (Photos courtesy Special Olympics Kansas & New Hope Bulldogs) ... [Read More]

March 27, 2017

Birthday Party for Dr Seuss held at SES

March 2nd was NEA's Read Across America Day - the day schools across the country celebrate Dr. Seuss's Birthday. Southeast Elementary students celebrated by playing games like bingo and charades, hearing several of their favorites like "Green Eggs & Ham" and "The Sneetches", and the Dr. Seuss Photo Booth is always a hit... ... [Read More]

March 2, 2017

Four Lancers qualify for FCCLA State competition

Two Southeast teams of two students each earned that honor on Wednesday. Senior Shi Ann Crumpacker and junior Alaina Martinie earned a Gold in Food Innovations with a chocolate and peanut butter protein bar they created; and, freshmen Miranda Hartman and McKenna Renn earned a Gold in Life Event Planning for a graduation party they planned. ... [Read More]

February 1, 2017

Thank you, School Board members

January is School Board Recognition Month. We would like to say thank you to the men and women who serve on the USD 247 Southeast-Cherokee school board: Sundown Jacobs, David Stricklin, Ron Yancey, Barbara Long, Jeff Burns, John Staton and Jessica Wells (not pictured). #StudentsFirst ... [Read More]

January 3, 2017