Southeast High's Weekly Newsletter
Education is the Key to opening many doors (vol. 5) 4/7/17
No School on April 14, 2017 "Good Friday!"
Good News About Our Students
Student Council and Writing Knights
On April 4th, eight students from Student Council and the Writing Knights took a tour of the Kansas City Star. They were introduced to the printing press and were able to understand the transformation of the newspapers over the decades. Students asked intriguing questions about how editors proof-read the papers upside down and backwards and inquired about summer internships.
Thanks to our two guides, Darryl Levings and Bill Tammeus, for showing our students the building and treating them to Christopher Elbow Chocolates. We also would like to thank the five amazing chaperones who accompanied us as well.
20/20 Leadership Programs
ARE YOU GOING TO THE PROM?
Prom is Saturday May 6th at 7 pm
Ticket costs are as follows:
Senior guest tickets are $30
Junior tickets are $55 for a couple, $30 single
Tickets will be sold every Tuesday and Thursday during lunch.
Show Me Shoes Foundation Give A Big Thank You!
I just wanted to send a HUGE thank you to all for supporting Show Me Shoes Foundation over the last 7 years by helping us to spread the word about Prom Project to your students and parents in need! We were able to register over 150 girls this year with 300+ dress donations and almost every student left with a dress, heels and a giveaway!
Thank you all for supporting and many blessings to you! We hope your students will enjoy the Prom this year and we look forward to Prom Project 8 in 2018!
Shiv'on + Anneka xo
College Decision Day Celebration
This day will occur on Thursday, April 20th from 12:30 - 2:20pm in the gym for all eligible seniors. We will celebrate with games, food, music (KPRS -DJ) and gifts for the seniors going off to college or the military service. Please donate microwaves, gift baskets, towels, sheets, bedspreads, food, and gift cards to our seniors.
Please work on completing your 50 hours of mentoring/tutoring services to earn your scholarship. Requirements: 95% attendance, 2.50 GPA, less than 5 disciplinary infractions, and completed Algebra 1 EOC with Proficient or Advance score
Have you completed your community service hours? Seniors need the mandatory 40 hours of community service to graduate. These hours can be served in various locations and served in various ways. They have to be hours spent in a non-paid volunteer status. A community service sheet must be filled out by the student and signed by the adult that is receiving the service work. Please see the Counselors for more information.
The Commencement for Southeast High School will be held on May 16, 2017 at 7pm at Swinney Hall on the campus of UMKC.
Community Teens are invited to attend an evening event bringing together Youth and Law Enforcement
On Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Where: Robert Mohart Center
3200 Wayne Ave., Kansas City, MO 64109
Time: 5:00 – 5:30 p.m. Registration and Refreshments (pizza & soda)
Program: 5:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Respond by April 12, 2017, to RSVP-KC@ic.fbi.gov
Community teens from both Missouri and Kansas are invited to attend a Youth and Law Enforcement Forum. This event will provide both community teens and law enforcement the opportunity to talk openly about the challenges facing law enforcement and the teen community.
Teens will have the opportunity to sit down, ask questions and talk one-on-one with representatives of law enforcement, including crime scene investigators, evidence response team members, hostage negotiators, and cyber crime investigators. Attendees will also be able to see up close some of the capabilities law enforcement has and learn about possible career opportunities.
The program is sponsored by the FBI in partnership with the United States Attorney’s Offices, Western District of Missouri and District of Kansas; the Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas City, Kansas Police Departments; and the FBI Citizens Academy Association.
For more information, or if you have any questions, please email at RSVP-KC@ic.fbi.gov
All youth 13 or older are encouraged to attend (high school and college age). The goal of this program is to continue to expand the dialogue between law enforcement and our communities’ youth, keeping in mind that the youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow.
Stop by the office and pick up a flyer
Unlocking opportunity & connecting youth to future careers in KC.
We are counting down the days to the big Career Fair - it's just over 4 weeks away!
Are you curious which employers will be there? AMC Theaters, KC Restaurant Association, City of Kansas City, Jackson County, McDonald's, and dozens more! This is where you can meet and mingle with employers, so dress to impress and take notes.
This event is free to all youth looking for an internship or summer job!
Have you submitted your application at HireKCYouth.org yet?
All done with both those things?
Great -- next step is to earn some badges to show your stuff!
Digital Badges Say A Lot About You
Earning online digital badges speaks volumes to employers about your motivation, your time management skills and your desire to improve professionally.
Level Up! Increase your chances by getting a jump on earning these 3 digital badges:
- Get The Job - Develop a resume', create a LinkedIn account, prep for interviews
- Cha Ching - Learn the basics of money management, banking and begin saving
- On The Job - Professionalism, code-switching and teamwork
To create your own personal LRNG account, where these badges are available to you at no cost.
Stay tuned for more updates about your Hire KC Youth opportunities!
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You may contact the School Resource Officers Mon-Fri by calling (816-269-3489 and/ or 816-269-3488), with any questions or concerns regarding school safety (regarding students) , or police matters. Thanks again.
Police Officer N. Green Sr.
School Resource Officer