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Aug
01

Southeastern Regional’s Summer Academy Receives Great Reviews

Southeastern’s Summer Academy Receives Great Reviews Whether learning to apply a Mint Julip facial, or building a creative Tower of Terror, middle school students said they enjoyed the many creative activities at this year’s Summer Academy.  The program took place in the mornings for two weeks for July 9th and 16th and it included children […]

By Deborah Cabral | News
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Jul
24

Technology Surplus

The following link will direct you to SERSD’s current Technology Surplus items. Technology Surplus Items

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Jul
16

Southeastern Runners and Coach Receive Awards and Recognition for Top Performances

Southeastern Regional’s spring track team finished strong this season with outstanding finishes in the Mayflower League and state competitions.  Competing against seven other teams in the Mayflower League, the girls finished third and the boys finished second (just nine points shy of first place).  Individually, many students finished in the top spot for their event, […]

By Deborah Cabral | News
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Jul
16

Honey Bees a Sweet Addition to Environmental Curriculum

A growing number of honey bees at Southeastern Regional has been a tremendous boon to both the local environment as well as students in the Environmental and Biotechnology Department this year. The school purchased the bees in the spring of 2017 after the department’s teachers developed a beekeeping curriculum.  Since then, students have learned all […]

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Jul
10

Southeastern Students Participate in Leadership & International Affairs Program at Bryant University

Seven Southeastern students were selected to participate in the two-day Linkages in Foreign Affairs Empowerment (LIFE)  youth program, which took place at Bryant University on June 7—8.  The program is designed to introduce high school students to international business, foreign affairs, and multicultural relations in order to prepare them for professional careers in a global […]

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Jun
08

Southeastern Regional Outstanding Students – Class of 2018

Congratulations to the Class of 2018 who graduated on June 6th!  The Southeastern Guidance Department selected a number of students who distinguished themselves in their academic and vocational studies.   They represent all nine communities as well as a variety of vocational majors, skills and interests.  They are just a few of our many exemplary graduates […]

By Stephanie Albernaz | News
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May
30

Graduation Parking

Due to parking limitations, families are allowed only one parking pass for our campus including the vehicle that your child will arrive in on the day of graduation. All other family members will park at the Raynham Dog Track and be bused to the school. More detailed instructions are in the graduation invitation that your […]

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May
25

Southeastern Regional Class of 2018 Honored at Senior Awards Night

By: Candace Hall Congratulations to the members of the Class of 2018, who received a total of $88,800 in scholarships and toolships Wednesday night during the annual Senior Awards Ceremony on May 23.  The presentations honored students for a wide variety of achievements, including excellence in academic and vocational education, citizenship, community service, sportsmanship and […]

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May
17

Southeastern Announces SkillsUSA State Winners and National Competitors

By:  Candace Hall Congratulations to all the students who participated in the SkillsUSA Massachusetts State Leadership and Skills Conference Competition on April 28 – 30, in Marlboro, Massachusetts.  Southeastern students received 29 medals, including six gold, twelve silver and eleven bronze.  Seven students will now be advancing to the national competition in Louisville, Kentucky, in […]

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May
15

Medical Assisting Student Praised for Quick Response to Emergency

By:  Candace Hall It was just another Monday for Elissa Nystrom, of Brockton, who was waiting at the bus stop earlier this month with other Southeastern students.  Circumstances changed very quickly, however, when a friend ran over to tell her that another student had fallen, hit his head, and appeared to be having a seizure. […]

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