Thursday, February 4th @6:00 p.m.
Honor Roll Assembly on Tuesday, February 9th @ 10:00 a.m.
Friday, February 12, 2016 Southeast Middle School will be participating in the National Job Shadowing Day. The Job Shadowing activity helps meet the requirements outlined by the Education and Economic Development Act. Southeast Middle students will have the opportunity to spend this day shadowing a relative or selected individual in order to experience the workplace firsthand.
Shadowing Agreement form must be completed, signed, & returned to Mrs. Ward by February 10, 2016.
Attached is the Job Shadowing packet.
2016 Job Shadowing packet.docx
Please contact DeRhonda K. Ward @ (803)695-5700 ext.3145 if you have any questions.
February 19th @ 10:00 a.m. In celebration of Black History
Month, faculty and students are allowed to dress in their cultural wear.
Zaxby's Family Night, 2nd Thursday of every month from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE - BECOME A MENTOR
The African–American Male Committee at Southeast Middle School is in need of your help! We are seeking committed men to serve as mentors to our male population. Help empower our at-risk males!
One school year commitment
Attend school sponsored mentor training
A required background check
Participate in a bi-annual mentor gathering
Mentor male students
Parent and Community Involvement Coordinator @ 803.695.5700 ext. 2124 or Sharonda.Jackson@richlandone.org
Southeast now has a twitter page!
For access to our District's collection of ebooks for Kindergarten through 12th grade, click here
Southeast Middle School would like to express a sincere thank you for our holiday sponsorships for the 2015-2016 school year:
· Publix Supermarkets Charities
· Zion Benevolent
· Truth Church and Ministries
· Friendship Baptist Church
Richland One Seeking Parent Input on Language Immersion Program
Richland One is exploring the possibility of starting a language immersion program next school year, and district administrators want to know what parents think of that idea.
Unlike a foreign language class, in a language immersion program, all or a significant portion of the academic day is taught in another language, including core subjects such as math, science and social studies.
“Students wouldn’t speak English; they would speak that target language from the beginning of that period of time until the end of that period of time. They truly would be immersed in that language,” said Superintendent Dr. Craig Witherspoon.
“It’s a wonderful opportunity for us in Richland One to increase our offerings but, of course, for the benefit of our students,” Witherspoon said. “We are in a global society now. Our community is diverse – lots of different cultures, different people – and that’s what makes us great.”
The district is seeking input from parents to gauge their level of interest in a language immersion program and to find out which languages they would be interested in their children learning through the program. Richland One parents are encouraged to take the survey, which will be open through November 10, 2015.
“The survey results will inform how we move forward – where we might place the program, how much space we need to dedicate to this program, etc. – and then we will go back out to our parents and present our findings and recommendations,” Witherspoon said.
Parents: Click on the link below to take the survey:
Scan the QR code below to take the survey using your mobile device:
For more information, contact the Richland One Office of Communications at (803) 231-7504.
Created on 10/27/2015 - Last updated on 10/27/2015
Southeast Middle School Veterans
From left to right: Ms. V. Smith, Ms. S. Gamble, Mr. P. Miscavish, Mr. J. Robinson, and Mrs. P. Jacobs
Mrs. Pamela Knightner
2014-2015 Diane Harlin Award for Excellence in Bookkeeping
Mrs. Lakia Mustipher-Gaines
2015-2016 Teacher of the Year
Mrs. Angela Smalls
2015-2016 Classified Employee of the Year
Coach Theodius Oates
2015-2016 Coach of the Year
Parents: Sign Up to Receive Text
Messages from Schools, District
Richland One uses the SchoolMessenger™
notification system to send automated messages to our students’
parents/guardians. This school year (2015-2016), in addition to receiving
regular phone messages, we are providing parents with a new option to receive text
messages from their children’s schools and from the district. This will provide
us with another way to keep parents informed, especially in the event of an
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The district has banned ALL camouflage clothing and accessories (e.g. all clothing, hats, belts, jackets, footwear, lunch boxes, book bags, scarves and accessories. Failure to comply with this ban will be met with appropriate discipline. Please refer to Page 12 in the 2015-2016 Student-Parent Manuel. Also, students ARE NOT allowed to wear slide sandals.
Thanks to a new federal program, The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), all Richland One students will be able to eat breakfast, lunch, supper and snacks at no charge! Parents, no application is required and no money is needed to purchase these meals. Please contact Students Nutrition Services at 803-231-6953 or the cafeteria for more information.
Richland One Mission
We are Richland One, a leader in transforming lives through education, empowering all students to achieve their potential and dreams.
Southeast Middle School Mission
Southeast Middle School will provide rigorous, inquiry based instruction to transform students into knowledgeable, lifelong learners with the potential to achieve their dreams and compete in a global society.
Harassment, Intimidation or Bullying Policy
To ensure a safe and civil school environment, Richland One has approved the "Harassment, Intimidation or Bullying Policy" and has included the policy in the Richland One Discipline Code.