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SEP High School to Honor Veterans

Southeast Polk High School would like to honor veterans during the week of Veterans Day 2014.  To do this we would like all students, parents, and staff members to share their veteran’s photo and we will display these throughout the week in the commons, on the TVs at school, as well as on the website.  Please consider . . .

SEP FFA Wins Horse Career Development Event

October 9, 2014

The Southeast Polk FFA Chapter won the FFA Horse Career Development Event area this year at Northwest Missouri State University’s annual judging day. The event was held at the University’s rodeo arena in Maryville, Missouri on . . . read more

Survey - Creating a School and Community Connection

October 7, 2014

Southeast Polk High School would like to build a database  that will enable teachers and instructional coaches to create connections to business leaders and community leaders.  Please consider completing the following . . . read more

NCRC Exam Predicts Workplace Success for SEP Students

National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) - Results from Spring 2014 Pilot

October 3, 2014

Seventy-five (75) students in Business, Health Occupations, and Agriculture Education took the National Career Readiness exam at Southeast Polk High School in the Spring.   The National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) is a . . . read more

HS Students Participate in Leadership Conference

September 19, 2014

On September 5, Southeast Polk High School and Jostens joined to offer students in the senior class an opportunity to participate in a leadership conference. The conference was held in the high school auditorium. Participants included members . . . read more

Student Driver Permit

Minor School Permit

Student Driver Permits are processed in the front office at the high school. Students must bring Driver Education Certificate, current permit and DOT form 430021 Affidavit for School License which may be printed from the DOT . . . read more

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