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  • Michelle Cook Welcome to South East Junior High where you can expect excellence! At South East we are proud to serve a rich population of diverse learners. Staff at South East pride themselves on forming individual relationships with each student to ensure we are meeting the needs of all learners. South East staff believe that all students can learn at high levels and eagerly accept the responsibility of challenging each student. Students at South East have a variety of opportunities to participate many extra curricular activities in STEM, athletics, fine arts, and many additional clubs ranging from yearbook to sewing and craft club. We pride ourselves on striving for excellence and providing an enriching, successful and meaningful experience for each student.

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  • Approved G.O. Bond Language

    On April 25, 2017, the Iowa City Community School District Board of Education approved the language that will appear on the ballot for the District’s General Obligation Bond referendum. This officially begins the process of formalizing the referendum to be voted on by the community on September 12, 2017.

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  • Local fashion designer creates project based learning class around fashion at City High

    Last November Andre’ Wright, local fashion designer from Born Leaders United, approached City High Principal John Bacon about being a visiting maker. Andre had a vision to come into the school and teach a group of high school students fashion design in addition to helping them develop soft skills, project management experience, team building, branding, design, and finding their strengths.

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  • New 7th Grade Immunization Requirements

    Per Iowa law, at the start of the 2017-18 school year there will be two immunizations required for 7th grade entry. These immunizations are Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis/whooping cough) and meningococcal (to prevent meningitis, a bacteria that infects the brain, blood and spinal cord).

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  • Message to the Community

    This weekend, much of the world’s attention was focused on an effort by the federal government to impose restrictions on the ability of immigrants and refugees to come to the United States. From protestors at airports and on the streets to lawyers and judges in courtrooms, there was a swift reaction by many in support of immigrants and refugees.

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