Superintendent Holly McClanan and School Committee Member Robin Zoll joined State Senator Walter Timilty, other legislators, and regional school leaders for the South Shore Roundtable Legislative Breakfast in Hingham.
1 day ago, Southeastern Regional School District
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Seniors - are you interested in a trade/career, after graduation, OTHER than the shop you're in? Juniors - are you interested in a Dual Enrollment option for next year, DIFFERENT from the program you're in? To learn more, sign up online at stitech.edu for the Technical Institute Trades Evening Open House next Thursday, March 7th, in the Southeastern Performing Arts Center. See flyers in the high school lobby or see your guidance counselor!
2 days ago, Southeastern Regional School District
Cesaria Evora was a Cape Verdean singer who was known for singing morna, which is a Cape Verdean genre, in her native language Cape Verdean Creole. Her songs often went over the subjects of love, being homesick, nostalgia, and the history of Cape Verde and its people. Growing up in poverty, Évora began her singing career in local bars at age sixteen and only achieved success in music in her later years. Today, Evora remains a cultural icon for those of Cape Verdean Descent. Thank you for celebrating this year’s Black History Month with us Southeastern, but don’t forget to celebrate it every day!
3 days ago, Deborah Cabral
Attention Senior Boys! We are looking for 15 contestants who will take the stage and compete to win the title of Mr. Southeastern. Winner gets 2 free prom tickets! Check your email for all the details. Must sign up by the end of the day TODAY. Reach out to Ms. Falcetta or Ms. Manigan with any questions.
4 days ago, Southeastern Regional School District
The Student Council Club is hosting a March Madness Basketball Tournament from March 11--15th. All students and staff are welcome to sign up to play via the Google Form sent through your school email. It is $5 to play and you can sign up with your friends in a team of 5 or as a free agent. Please sign up by March 7th!
4 days ago, Southeastern Regional School District
Viola Davis is a Black American actress and producer. Davis is one of the few performers to have been awarded an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony. She is the sole Black actress to achieve the Triple Crown of Acting as well as the third person to achieve both statuses. Since 2014, Davis has collaborated with the Hunger Is Campaign to help eradicate childhood hunger across America. Speaking on her work, Davis said that "seventeen million kids in this country, so one in five kids in this country, go to bed hungry. I was one of those kids, because I grew up in abject poverty; I did everything that you could possibly imagine to get food: I rummaged in the garbage cans, I stole from the local store constantly.” Today, we celebrate Davis’ activism and excellence in her work.
5 days ago, Deborah Cabral
Attention Senior Boys! We are looking for 15 contestants who will take the stage and compete to win the title of Mr. Southeastern. Winner gets 2 free prom tickets! Check your email for all the details. Must sign up by the end of the day TOMORROW. Reach out to Ms. Falcetta or Ms. Manigan with any questions.
5 days ago, Southeastern Regional School District
Attention Juniors! This Friday, March 1st is the very last day to purchase your prom tickets. No tickets will be sold after Friday! Please email Mrs. Brown with any questions!
5 days ago, Southeastern Regional School District
Announcement: John Robert Lewis was an American politician and civil rights activist who served in the United States House of Representatives from 1987 until his death in 2020. He participated in the 1960 Nashville sit-ins, the Freedom Rides, was the chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and was one of the "Big Six" leaders of groups who organized the 1963 March on Washington. He Fulfilled many key roles in the civil rights movement and its actions to end legalized racial segregation in the United States. He received many honorary degrees and awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2011. Today John Lewis is remembered as a strong advocate for civil rights and an inspiration for those who fight for racial justice in the United States.
6 days ago, Deborah Cabral
Did you know most teenagers can efile taxes for free? See Mrs. Meade in the library for more information and help with setting up an online account and getting your taxes filed this year. It’s easy and it’s free!
5 days ago, Southeastern Regional School District
Attention Senior Boys! We are looking for 15 contestants who will take the stage and compete to win the title of Mr. Southeastern. Winner gets 2 free prom tickets! Check your email for all the details. Must sign up by Wednesday, February 28. Reach out to Ms. Falcetta or Ms. Manigan with any questions.
5 days ago, Southeastern Regional School District
Congratulations to the 28 Medical Assisting students that passed their CCMA exam today!
15 days ago, Southeastern Regional School District
Happy Black History Month Southeastern! Y2K fashion was heavily influenced by the Black, Latinx, and other people of color’s communities. It was a collision of streetwear and wearing vintage clothes and it broke the boundaries of fashion at the time. It included wearing baggy clothes, ripped jeans, sneakers, and hoops. Aspects of it were taken and adopted into popular culture despite it starting as a form of expression for the Black community. You still can see the influence of Y2K fashion in what people wear today.
16 days ago, Deborah Cabral
Krumping is an African-American style of street dance popularized in the United States, characterized by free, expressive, exaggerated, and highly energetic movement. The root word krump came from the lyrics of a 1990 song created by two dancers: Ceasare "Tight Eyez" Willis, and Jo'Artis "Big Mijo" Ratti in South Central Los Angeles during the early 2000’s. Krumping has since spread to many countries around the world.
17 days ago, Deborah Cabral
Happy Black History Month Southeastern! During the Great Migration, nearly 175,000 African Americans moved to the Harlem section of Manhattan, giving the neighborhood the largest concentration of Black people in the world. Harlem became a destination for African Americans of all backgrounds. The Harlem Renaissance encompassed poetry and prose, painting and sculpture, jazz and swing, opera and dance. What united these diverse art forms was their realistic presentation of what it meant to be Black in America. This is what writer Langston Hughes called an “expression of our individual dark-skinned selves,” as well as a new militancy in asserting their civil and political rights. The movement brought notice to the great works of African American art, and inspired and influenced future generations of African American artists and intellectuals.
18 days ago, Deborah Cabral
Good morning Southeastern and Happy Black History Month. Today, we are celebrating the Queen Bey, the one and only, BEYONCE. Beyonce is a singer, songwriter, and business woman. Queen Bey has the most grammy wins in history and continues to make music that highlights and empowers feminism, Black womanism, and the queer community. Beyonce will forever be THAT GIRL!
19 days ago, Deborah Cabral
Due to inclement weather, all daytime and evening classes and activities at Southeastern are canceled tomorrow, Tuesday, February 13, 2024.
19 days ago, Southeastern Regional School District
For Black History Month: According to an article entitled “Health Disparities Among African-Americans” written by Rachel Lutz for Pfizer, African Americans are generally at higher risk for heart diseases, stroke, cancer, asthma, influenza, diabetes, and HIV/AIDS. In order to help mitigate these health care disparities, a 2010 American College of Physicians position paper recommended strengthening health literacy among racial and ethnic minorities and creating cultural competency initiatives beginning in medical school for physicians and health care professionals.
20 days ago, Southeastern Regional School District
Did you know most teenagers can efile taxes for free? See Mrs. Meade in the library for more information and help with setting up an online account and getting your taxes filed this year. It’s easy and it’s free!
22 days ago, Southeastern Regional School District
Before the Civil Rights movement, historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) offered Black Americans one of their only routes to a college degree. These institutions helped Black Americans pursue professional careers, earn graduate degrees, and advance their education in an inclusive environment. They have provided for a space to grow, connect, and show pride towards the Black student community. Some of these schools include Howard University, Spelman College, Morehouse College, Hampton University, and Clark Atlanta University.
23 days ago, Southeastern Regional School District