Principal's Post

Dear Pirate Families

   Welcome back to another exciting school year! I am honored to serve as your instructional leader for the 2016-17 school year. We have a staff that is committed to excellence in serving your child(children) as they navigate through their middle school years. Throughout the year, teachers will be updating their web pages to include the common core standards they will be instructing as well as school wide assessments that we will be administering this year. Each student will have an intervention period that they will be able to utilize to seek assistance in the academic areas that they need support in. There will also be enrichment opportunities during this time, as well as during our elective classes.

   We look forward to working together to provide quality programs for our students. Please join our text alert program to receive reminders on your phone and use our webpage that is updated to reflect the latest information. If you have any questions, ideas, or concerns please feel free to contact me at 330-654-1950.

    State test scores have arrived.  I will be having an assembly with the students at the end of September to review their scores with them.  After the assembly, the students will receive their parent copies to bring home.  More information TBA. 


Ms Hiser


Southeast Middle School

Title I Information
Some of you may or may not be familiar with the REMIND app.  By taking a few moments to sign up, using your smart phone or e-mail, this app will be used to REMIND parents/students of several things throughout the school year (such as important/due dates, assembly/concert information, athletic cancellations, and more).
Not only is the office using this app, but so are several teachers.  Below are the links for the various classes or teachers (some teachers have a separate link for your child's specific class period).

Mrs. Greenlief (6th Grade Social Studies, all classes) 
Mrs. Nelson - 8th Grade Science (all classes) 
Mrs. Pusin - 7th Grade Math (select the correct class period) 
Permission Slips
Throughout the year, your child may receive various permission slips for movie incentives, field trips, etc.  
Below you will find the various permission slips available to you through the webpage.  These will remain on the webpage until the time of the trip for your reference.
Dance - December 9, 2016
8th Grade DC Trip
The 8th graders have the opportunity to attend a trip to Washington DC this spring.  Deposits of $100 are due by October 3rd (NO EXCEPTIONS) to reserve your seat.  We currently have one bus filled, and need additional students to fill a second bus.  The tour company requires 40 per bus.
Below is a link with more information and a copy of the itinerary:
Dates to Remember
2016 - 2017 Important Dates (Additional dates TBA) 
December 9 - After school dance, 2:30-5:00 p.m. 
December 13 - Choir Concert, 7:00 p.m., HS Cafe 
December 14 - Band Concert, 7:00 p.m., HS Cafe
December 16 - In School Concert, 1:00 p.m., MS Gym (Guests welcome; sign in at the office)
December 21-January 2 - No School, Winter Break
January 3 - School resumes
January 16 - No School, Martin Luther King Day
January 20 - End of 2nd Grading Period
January 27 - Report cards sent home
February 10 - 8th Grade Panoramic Group and Yearbook Pictures 
February 17 - No School, Waiver Day
February 20 - No School, President's Day
March 2 - Parent/Teacher Conferences, 2:30-8:30 p.m.
March 24 - End of 3rd Grading Period
March 31 - Report cards sent home
April 3 - Spring Pictures, p.m.
April 10-17 - No School, Spring Break
April 18 - School resumes
May 18 - Band Concert, 7:00 p.m., HS Cafe
May19-20 - 8th Grade DC Trip 
May 29 - No School, Memorial Day
June 2 - 8th Grade Promotion Night, 7:00 p.m., HS Cafe \
June 7 - Student Last Day
Help Your School
ALERT - Any parent/student that turned in Box Tops in a baggie, the office has a zip drive and two memory cards that were in the baggies with the Box Tops.  Feel free to contact Mrs. Witkosky, MS Secretary, if these may be yours.
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.
2016-2017 Goals/Deadlines: 
October 20, School Goal - Collect 5,000 Box Tops to be able to dress in costume for Halloween on Friday, October 28, 2016.  (Save your Box Tops ALL summer!!!)
December 16, Individual Goal - For each sheet or baggie of 50 Box Tops, the student will receive a box of movie candy.
February 16, Class Goal - For the 1st period class that collects the most Box Tops will receive a breakfast or ice cream party.
May 12, 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.
Student/Parent Handbooks
Click on the link below to review the 2016-2017 Student/Parent Handbook 
Southeast Academic Academy (Honors Program)
Members of the Southeast Middle School staff collaborated during the summer months to create a new honors organization for the student body for the 2016-17 school year, the Southeast Academic Academy.
Students will be able to apply for this honor society in the coming months. Below is the rubric that has been developed by the committee. Students must earn at least 16 points to be considered by the committee. The goal of the program is to encourage students to strive for excellence in their academics while being involved in their school and community.
All students were given a copy of the criteria and attended an assembly that explained the program. If you have any further questions please call the school at 330-654-1950.
Below is a copy of the rubric:
Parent Access Letters / Gradebook
Parent Access letters are sent home with your child each year in late September. Each child receives two copies: 1 - student copy (white copy) to login and be able to check their own grades and 2 - parent copy (yellow copy).
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.
New Student Registration
Parents that wish to enroll their child(ren) should contact the building secretary to schedule an appointment for registration.
To enroll your child(ren), you must have the following items:
*Personal identification in the form of picture ID of legal guardian registering the student
*Birth certificate (original/certified; not hospital copy)
*Social Security (card/number)
*Proof of residency - 2 forms of residency
     1 - Homeowner's deed, signed lease agreement, current tax statement, current mortgage statement or title)
     2 - Utility bill (ex. - cable, gas, electric)
*Custody (if applicable) - A certified court order establishing custody or guardianship from a Domestic Relations Court, Probate Court, Juvenile Court, or any other Court of competent jurisdiction which has issued an order regarding the custody of the student(s) being registered.
*Student immunization records
*IEP/ETR or 504 (if applicable)
*Formal Documentation of Qualified Gifted (if applicable)
Please contact Mrs. Witkosky, 330-654-1950 (leave a message) or, to schedule an appointment to register your child. 
Supply list can be found at the link below:
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