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|Assistant Principal||Glenn Dietzenbach|
|Assistant Principal||Joel Schutte|
|Assistant Principal||John J. Steffen|
|Activities Director||Kent Horstmann|
7945 NE University Ave.
Pleasant Hill, IA 50327
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|Vice President||Maia Hove|
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High school students should attend onsite registration to have their photo taken for their student ID.
Textbook and course fees can also be paid at this time. Transportation fees and deposits to your student's lunch account will also be accepted.
Students have new username for Campus Portal. Passwords have not been changed. Click here to see your new student id.
2012- 13 School Year to Begin
The 2012-13 school year will begin August 20 with a full day of classes for 1st - 12th grade students. Kindergarten students will begin with a full day of classes on August 21.
2012-13 Class Schedules
Schedules for the 2012-13 school year are available for viewing on the Campus portal.
Please note - Students must have a Course Change Request form signed by a guardian before a counselor is able to add or drop a course from a student schedule. Forms may be downloaded from the Counseling department website.
Teacher and Program Recognized
Matthew Eddy, agriculture instructor and FFA advisor at Southeast Polk High School will be recognized for having the 2012 Outstanding Middle/Secondary School Ag Ed Program at the Iowa Agricultural Education Summer Conference in June.
This award distinguishes Iowa Association of Agricultural Educators (IAAE) members who are at the pinnacle of their profession and who are conducting the highest quality agricultural education program. This award recognizes agricultural education programs for their overall success, growth, and motivation. Outstanding agricultural education programs have educators who are innovators and catalysts for student success in agricultural education.
Southeast Polk leads the nation in the adoption and implementation of the CASE – Curriculum for Agriculture Science Education – course work emphasizing student centered STEM based Agricultural concepts. This includes the $25,000 science lab addition to the Ag Department and securing donations of over $15,000 for equipment from groups like the Polk County Farm Bureau and the Farmers Co-op.
The Southeast Polk FFA program was also the largest chapter in the state of Iowa in 2011 and has been on the rise since the early 1990’s.
Eddy currently blogs for the National Association of Agriculture Educators (NAAE) in the “Day in the Life of an Ag Teacher” blog and has written several pieces for the USAToday Education blog.
Sports Physicals Update
In the past, Southeast Polk has offered free athletic physicals to students due to the generosity of medical professionals who volunteered their time to the program. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer these services for the 2012-13 school year.
Take a Look at Leading High Schools
The district will embark on a comprehensive study of our high school in the months to come. To prepare, staff is taking a look at exemplary high schools in our state and nation. View the US News Education Report and see what the country’s best schools are doing to raise student achievement.
|Physical Education Classes
If your son/daughter is to have limited physical education due to injury or illness, please have your doctor complete the form that is linked to this announcement and also may be found under the linked section of this page. Additional forms may be obtained from the school nurse or in the school office. Click to download form
Student Assistance Program
The Employee and Student Assistance Program offered by Iowa Health Des Moines is confidential and provides caring help for students experiencing personal and/or family problems. The program provides a choice of options in a private and relaxed atmosphere. Call 515-263-4004 or toll free at 1-800-732-4490.