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PTSA: Parent Teacher Student Association

The main goal of the PTSA is to support the school in providing supplementary services and programs that the school would not normally be able to provide due to funding or compliance issues. The PTSA provided funds for several programs including student incentives such as movie tickets for perfect attendance during the California Standards Test (CST) and scholarships for seniors.


What You Need to Know About Program Improvement

The No Child Left Behind Legislation mandates that schools meet certain targets every year. These targets are based on whether the schools are making adequate yearly progress (AYP) towards the goal of bringing 100% of their students at least to academic proficiency by the end of the 2013-14 school year. At South East High, progress in reading/language arts and in mathematics must be shown for all student subgroups, including economically disadvantaged students, Hispanic/Latino students, and English Learners. Performance on the California High School Exit Exam is the main indicator of whether AYP is being met, but graduation rates and the Academic Performance Index (API) also must be included. More information regarding the API will be included in a future issue.

If a school does not meet the target for two years in a row then the school enters Program Improvement Year 1. South East High entered Program Improvement in the 2007-08.


We hope to see you at all of the events that have been planned for you. You can always stop by at the Parent Center between the hours of 8:15 AM 12:00 PM Monday to Friday.

You may also call us at (323) 568-3400 x3446


Armida Perales

Community Representative

English Learner Advisory Committee

The major function of the ELAC council is to advise and make recommendations in writing to the Principal and the School Site Council on implementation and evaluation of the school's Master Programs and services for English Learners (EL). All parents are invited to attend the meetings on the dates listed on the right. 

SCC: School Site Council

The main function of the council is to implement the Single Plan for Student Achievement. The council also has the responsibility of monitoring the plan and reviewing it with all stakeholders. The council also has the responsibility of developing, approving, and monitoring the categorical budgets. 

ELPAC Testing Posted 3/24/23
Free Tutoring Posted 3/24/23
Free Rides to School! Posted 3/24/23
  Armida Perales Community Representative
ELPAC Testing Posted 3/24/23
Free Tutoring Posted 3/24/23
Free Rides to School! Posted 3/24/23