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Beginning January 4, 2023, all staff and students of Southeast must have their ID visible at all times.
Remember, students will not be admitted into games or other extracurricular activities (dances, etc.) if they are currently on the Academic First list.
Students with TWO or more F's AND/OR more than FIVE unserved detentions will be placed on this list, preventing them from attending these activities. Students that are also on an Out of School Suspension (OSS) will not be admitted to attend.
Furthermore, students must have a school ID in order to be admitted to their school events.
Finally, students cannot attend other school's events as spectators unless they have a sibling that attends that school and they are accompanied by a parent/guardian.
The parent update for 3-6-23 can be found by clicking here!
The Wichita Public Schools and the Greater Wichita Athletic League has a clear bag policy for basketball games and football games in order to enhance the safety and security of our students, staff, parents and guests, as well as speed up the entry process and create the safest-possible game day experience.
Please view the link below for more information.
Clear Bag Policy
Kelly Bielefeld named future Wichita Public Schools’ Superintendent
Kelly Bielefeld, Executive Director of College and Career Readiness, will lead the Wichita Public Schools as its future superintendent effective July 1, 2023.
Distinguished Classroom Teachers announced
The Wichita Public Schools is proud to announce the 2023 Distinguished Classroom Teacher Award recipients.
Video: Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day
More than 150 WPS high school students recently got to learn about careers in engineering at the "Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day" event hosted by the Wichita State College of Engineering.
WPS students win Scholastic Art Awards
Gold Key and Silver Key winners' work will be on display as part of the Eastern Kansas Scholastic Art Awards exhibit at Mark Arts Feb. 10-March 25.
WPS staff surprised with Education EDGE mini grants
Thirty teachers and school-based staff members across the district were recently surprised with Education EDGE Classroom Mini-Grants to support their classroom projects.
BOE approves 2023-24 school year calendar
The Board of Education approved the 2023-24 school year calendar during its January 23, 2023 meeting. The first day of school for all students is August 15, 2023 and the last day of school is May 23, 2024. New for the 23-24 school year, all schools will have Parent-Teacher Conferences on the same dates.
Southeast senior wins grant to grow their business
Anah Warren, a senior at Southeast High School and a member of the Future Farmers of America, won a $500 grant from Carmichael Irrigation to help her grow her dog grooming business.
January is Board of Education Appreciation Month
It's a great time to thank our board members for their support of public education.
Every so often, Mrs. Dold's creative writing class releases chapters for what they call they call the Southeast Serial Story. Each semester is a different story planned by her creative writing class. This semester's story is entitled "An Inconvenient Attachment."
The first SIX of SEVENTEEN chapters are available below for your reading pleasure.