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From the principal


Thank you parents/students for a great 2017-2108!  As summer begins for most of you, our work here continues as we are starting preparations for the 2018-2019 school year.

First, we have started working on the 8th grade trip to Washington DC.  Unfortunately, due to some scheduling conflicts, we are not able to schedule our trip for May 2019.  Instead, we will be going to DC the first weekend in November 2018.  There are many positives about going earlier (such as weather, less crowds, less conflicts with spring/summer activities, etc).  However, we now have early deadlines for deposits, forms, and final balances due that we MUST observe.  Take a moment to scroll down to the 8th Grade Information section to review the links made available to you.

We are also working on a new schedule for next year to meet state required standards.  Expect to see some big changes in the fall.  In addition, report cards will be mailed home soon with supply lists, district calendars, and other important information.  Be sure to review everything included with your child's report card.

We encourage you to also join your child's graduating class on the Remind App (links also listed below).  This app is used to communicate with you throughout the summer and school year.  

Our wonderful staff and I feel privileged to be a part of this school family. We thank you for the opportunity to work with your children. Please don’t hesitate to call or email us with any concerns.


Craig Nettleton, Principal



Southeast Schools (6th – 12th Grade)

New Student Registration

Parents with students in 6th through 12th grade are encouraged to enroll their child(ren) at Southeast Local Schools prior to August 29, 2018.   The middle school office and high school counseling office will be open starting Monday, August 13, 2018, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. daily.  Due to summer trainings and lunches, we recommend you call to schedule an appointment. 

For those parents that need an evening appointment to enroll their child in grades 6-12, the middle school office will be open on Thursday, August 9th from 5:00-8:00 p.m.

Any student in grades 7 – 12 wishing to participate in a fall sport must be enrolled before participating.  Enrollment for new athletes will take place on Monday, July 30th from 8:00 a.m. to noon at the HS counseling office, or you can call to schedule an appointment to register after that date.  Fall sports offered are Cross Country, Football, Soccer, and Volleyball; Girls Tennis and Golf are available at the High School level only.  Students participating will also need a completed physical before attending any practice.

To enroll a student, you must have the following information for the student:  Certified Birth Certificate (no copies, must be original), Social Security Card, two forms of Proof of Residency (purchase or rental agreement and a utility bill), Immunization Records, and Custody Papers (if applicable).  A copy of the student’s previous report card is helpful, but not required.  If your child receives special services, please bring a copy of the IEP/MFE.  All paperwork must be received before your child may attend school.

For more information, you may contact the building secretaries.  For Middle School, Grades 6-8, Mrs. Witkosky, 330-654-1950, and High School, Grades 9-12, Mrs. Cottrell, 330-654-1966.

Orientation/Open House/First Day

Freshmen orientation will take place on August 14th, from 3:00-7:00 p.m. at the High School.

Orientation for 6th graders will be held on Monday, August 20th, starting at 7:00 p.m. in the MS Cafeteria.  Students and parents that are unable to attend are encouraged to attend the district Open House.

District-wide Open House will be held Monday, August 27th, from 1:00-3:00 p.m.  Doors will open at 1:00 p.m. and students may pick up their schedules, meet the teachers, and visit their classrooms. 

No School on Tuesday, August 28th for staff in service meetings.  The first day of school is Wednesday, August 29th.  No new student registrations will be taken on Monday, August 27th or Wednesday, August 29th. (First day of school). 
**Open enrollment forms are available in the office and online and must be approved by the board office before a child may enroll.
**No student will be admitted while under suspension or expulsion from another district.  
To enroll your student, it is highly recommended that you call and schedule an appointment with our building secretary, Mrs. Witkosky.
Voicemail - 330-654-1950
Email -
Dates to Remember
2018 - 2019 Important Dates (Additional dates TBA)
June 15 - Report cards mailed home 
August 9 - DC Deposit drop off, 5:00-8:00p, MS Office (Tentative) 
August 20 - 6th Grade Orientation, 7p, MS Cafe
August 27 - Open House, 1:00-3:00p
August 29 - First day of school 
September 3 - No School / Labor Day
September 4 - Last day for DC deposits
September 11 - Fall picture day
September 12 - Instrument Rental Meeting, 7p, MS Cafe
September 19 - DC forms due (EMA, room assignments, and balance due) 
September 28 - No School / Waiver Day
October 11 - Parent/Teacher Conferences, 2:30-8:30p
October 11 - DC Parent Meeting, 7p, MS Cafe
October 12 - No School / NEOEA Day
October 26 - After school dance, 2:30-5:00p (tentative)
November 2 - End of 1st Grading Period
November 2-3 - 8th Grade Trip to Washington DC
November 9 - Veteran's Day Concert & Report cards sent home with students
November 15 - Picture re-takes (a.m.)
November 21-23 - No School / Thanksgiving Break
December 24-January 2 - No School/Winter Break (school resumes Jan 3)
January 18 - End of 2nd Grading Period 
January 21 - No School / Martin Luther King Day
February 15 - No School / Waiver Day
February 18 - No School / President's Day
February 28 -  Parent/Teacher Conferences, 2:30-8:30p
March 22 - End of 3rd Grading Period 
April 15-22 - No School / Spring Break (school resumes Apr 23*)
May 27 - No School / Memorial Day
May 31 - 8th Grade Promotion Night, 7p, HS Cafe
June 4 - Students' last day of school*/End of 4th Grading Period
*Required make-up days, if needed because of  lost instructional time due to closing of school for weather or other calamity exceeding allowable state mandated limits shall be:  April 22, June, 5, 6, 7, and 10 and subsequent weekdays thereafter.   
Below are the links for the REMIND App.  These are set up by "Class of".  Therefore, once you log in, it will follow your child throughout their Middle School years.
8th Grade / Class of 2023
8th Grade / DC Info
7th Grade / Class of 2024
6th Grade / Class of 2025 
2018-2019 Lists/Documents/Miscellaneous Forms
 In this section, you will be able to find copies of all forms sent home throughout the school year.  (This section will be updated in August).
2018-2019 Supply List
Students in 7th grade and up need a physical signed by a physician before he/she can participate in any sport.  Physicals are good for one year from the date of the physical.  
Physical form, insurance release, emergency medical authorization forms:
Fall sports begin July 31st (Football, Soccer, Volleyball, Cross Country)
   Football (,,, or
   Volleyball ( or
   Cross Country (
   Girls Soccer (
   Boys Soccer (
Winter sports begin October 29th (Basketball, Wrestling)
   Girls Basketball (
   Boys Basketball ( or
   Wrestling ( or 
Spring sports begin March 4th 
   Track ( 
8th Grade Important Information
WASHINGTON DC TRIP - November 2018 
Due to a scheduling conflict, we were unable to schedule our annual DC trip for May 2019.  However, we are scheduled for November 2018.  The cost will be between $275-300 per student.  This is being shared with you now in an effort to keep you informed because of the early deadlines this year.  No monies or forms will be accepted until August 9, 2018 (please do NOT attempt to bring them in before; they will not be accepted.)
Below is a copy of the packet that is being sent home with report cards.  
DC Parent Letter - Contract - T-shirt Form:
 If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our trip coordinator, Mrs. Witkosky (  Additional information will be added to this page throughout the school year as well as posted on the DC Remind (see attached log in sheet):

Staff Contacts
Click on the link below for a complete list of middle school staff email addresses.
Parent Access Letters / Gradebook
For security reasons, Parent Access passwords/registration keys are re-set each fall.  These letters will be mailed home in late Sept/early Oct along with state test scores. The white copy mailed home is for parents.  A yellow copy will be distributed to the students the following week, so that students can access their grades as well.
If you would like an additional copy for a second household, please feel free to call (330-654-1950) or e-mail a request to our secretary, Mrs. Witkosky ( Please include the name and address where you would like the letter sent. This request will take 7-10 days to process.
Help Your School
At the middle school, we collect Box Tops for Education and Campbell's Labels throughout the school year.  Several contests will be held throughout the year (October, December, February, April).
Collection sheets are always available outside of the office. Box Tops should be taped or glued to the forms; no staples please.  In addition, BONUS coupons should be sent in separately, NOT attached to the sheets.  Box Tops can also be sent in, in baggies of 50 per baggie.
2018-2019 Goals/Deadlines: 
October 18, School Goal - Collect 3,000 Box Tops to be able to dress in costume for Halloween on Friday, October 26, 2018.  (Save your Box Tops ALL summer!!!)
December 14, Individual Goal - For each sheet or baggie of 50 Box Tops, the student will receive a box of movie candy.
February 14, Class Goal - For the 1st period class that collects the most Box Tops will receive a breakfast or ice cream party.
May 3, Individual Goal - For each sheet or baggie of 50 Box Tops, the student will receive a box of movie candy. 
**The High School also collects ink cartridges and old cell phones. Feel free to send them in with your middle school student and we will send them to the High School.
Supplies are always needed for students and larger projects. Our wish list currently includes the following items:
Pencils, pencils, pencils
Hand Sanitizers
1-2" binders
Cinch sacks
Baggies (snack, quart, gallon sizes for collecting Box Tops) 
*This is not an all inclusive list and items will be added/deleted as needed. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.
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