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NO SCHOOL - Friday, October 31, 2014

State qualifiers prompt USD 247 Southeast to cancel school for Friday.
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Southeast Elementary School Halloween Parade/Party rescheduled for Thursday, October 30.
Parents help with costumes at 1:15 p.m.  Parade starts at 1:45 p.m.

On Monday Southeast Pre-Kindergarten students were Pirates for a Day, and even used a map to find 'buried treasure'.
Southeast seniors Caleb Biancarelli and Bryce Blockburger work with the green screen in Video Productions to make a video for the December 4 MSSU Media Showcase competition.
Southeast FFA member Jarrod Watson of Weir prepares to give blood on Wednesday. Southeast FFA Sponsor Scott Sutton says this is the first of the organizationís three community service projects for the year.
The Debate Team captured 2nd place at the Colgan Debate Tournament on Saturday, October 4. Nine schools were in attendance. Southeast finished the five-round tournament edging out Fort Scott High School for the 2nd place trophy. Click to read more...
Southeast High School sophomore Beau Zimmerman is putting the final touches on a divider that will be installed in the McCune Community Center. Last year's Furniture Design class started the project and this year's finished it.
How important is teamwork? Ask sixth graders to took part in Wednesday's Youth Leadership activities.
Zach Jones and Clint Center show off a new sign paid for by the Southeast FFA chapter. The sign is now on display along Highway 400 in front of Southeast High School.
Wayne Kennedy, 1955 Weir High School graduate, and his family donated a pair of shoes to every Southeast Elementary student on Thursday. The family lives in Branson but Wayne grew up in the area and wanted to give back to the community.
8th graders used $1 items to learn about Free Trade in Mrs Witt's Business Essentials class on Wednesday. Read more in the September 11 Pittsburg Morning Sun.

From the classroom to extracurricular activities to district news, keep up with what USD 247 Southeast students and staff are doing.


Whether it's K-12 STEM, or dual credit college courses, with a passion for its students and a willingness to try new things USD 247 Southeast is inspiring the students who proudly call themselves Lancers and providing them a real world education.


Small class sizes provide USD 247 Southeast students an opportunity to play the sports they love, while still participating in organizations and clubs that are receiving national recognition.

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