Food Options at SECTA

Breakfast and Lunch in the Commons

  • Breakfast is offered starting at 6:30 am

  • Hot and Cold Breakfast options – $1.50 each

  • Lunch – $3.25

  • Menus by month

  • Miscellaneous fundraising items are offered on occasion


Buy Meals Online

  • New website at MySchoolBucks.com 

  • It’s convenient – Pay for school meals and more, anytime, anywhere from your computer or smartphone.

  • It’s secure – You’re protected by the latest in technology

  • It’s mobile – Free Apps are in the App Store, Google Play, and Windows Phone Store

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Free and Reduced Lunch Program (Apply for Lunch)

  • Online Free and Reduced Lunch (FRL) applications are available at www.applyforlunch.com

  • Paper applications will be delivered to schools in early August.

  • New applications are required every new school year even though students may have had an approved application the previous year.

  • If a student had an approved application for the previous school year, and a new application for the new school year has not yet been approved, a short transition period will continue for previous student meals.

  • Questions? – Food Service Department at
     (702) 799-8123.

Hungry Roadrunner

  • Quick service provided at this student store located inside the Commons

  • Open during both lunch periods

  • Items range from various snacks such as chips, cookies, and brownies to flavored water, ice cream, and even pizza.

  • Various school supplies are also offered

  • List of items and prices

Adler Dining Room

  • SECTA’s working classroom restaurant is open to the public, staff, and students (see reservation policy)

  • Open during the school year only, and typically open most Tuesdays through Fridays from 10:00 am to 11:45 pm for lunch.

  • Serves specialties every week with unique items on the menu.

  • Wonderful  high-quality food at competitive prices with conscientious service

The SECTA Coffee Shop

  • Open before school at 6:30 am each morning.

  • Hot herbal teas, cappuccinos, chai tea, freshly brewed coffee and hot chocolate.

  • Donuts and occasional pastries

  • Located in the restaurant

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Parents and Pastries (PAC)

Mark your calendars and join us for this year’s Parent Advisory Meetings that we call Parents and Pastries. We cover topics ranging from testing to current events on campus to standards and what your kids are learning. We also end each meeting with a tour of one of our majors so you can see all the programs offered at Southeast Tech.

 

PAC Meetings are the 3rd Wednesday of the month from 7:05 am to 8:30 am and are held in the Career Center! 

DATES

October 16th, 2019

November 20th, 2019

January 15th, 2020

February 19th, 2020

March 18, 2020

April 15, 2020 

 

Southeast Tech is a Google School!

Get your new Google ID

Freshman received their Google IDs during the first week of school. All students must use their account which has the format name.xxxxxx@nv.ccsd.net.

Guardians and students will share oneID to view information in Google Classroom, but can request summary emails be sent from each teacher. Please email each teacher directly with the email address you would like to use, and they can register you for guardian emails.

Signing into Classroom 

  1. Go to classroom.google.com 

  2. Sign into Google using your new Google ID (name.xxxxxx@nv.ccsd.net)

  3. Click the + sign in the upper right corner

  4. Enter the code that your teacher gives you for each class and click Join.  By the way, if you start with 7th period first, and enter your classes in reverse order, your classes will show up in period order when you finish.  

  5. Look for the Course Expectations for each class in the Classroom.  Parents and students need to read all pages, then follow the instructions to acknowledge that both parents and students have read them.

Infinite Campus Information

Infinite Campus is the student information system for all Clark County School District (CCSD) schools, and it includes the parent messaging system. Infinite Campus is a “one-stop shop” for all student and school information accessible through the Web and has a mobile app for Apple iOS or Android users. Through Infinite Campus, students and parents will receive real-time access to information so they may better understand, monitor and participate in the educational process.

Student Portal Setup

  1. Students must set up their account using a desktop/laptop computer at campusportal.ccsd.net before they attempt to use the mobile app.

  2. You should be able to use your Infinite Campus information from last year, however, if you need help please contact Mrs. Stark in Room P53 by the gym before or after school. You can also email her at:  booneLa@nv.ccsd.net and ext 3053

Mobile App – District ID is ccsd (all lowercase)

  1. You must setup your student or parent account using a desktop/laptop computer FIRST before attempting to use the mobile app.

  2. Once the student or parent account is set up, download the app: Infinite Campus Mobile Portal from the App Store. Use the District ID:  ccsd (all lowercase).

  3. Important!  Information on Mobile App is cached which means for current information the user will need to refresh.  The Refresh button can be found in the upper left hand corner of the device.

Parent Access

If you need help setting up your account, please contact Mrs. Stark by email at booneLa@nv.ccsd.net or by phone at 702-799-7500 extension 3053.

Contact Us

If you need further information or help, please email Lauren Stark by email at booneLa@nv.ccsd.net or you can call her at (702)799-7500 extension 3053.

TITLE I

What is Title I? Title I is a federally funded academic assistance program for schools. The goal of Title I is to ensure a high quality education for every child. Title I focuses on those students who are furthest from meeting state and national standards for academic achievement. The Clark County School District currently provides Title I funding to 251 elementary, middle, and high schools. 

How does Title I work? The federal government provides funding to states each year for Title I.  The state agency sends the money to local school districts based on the number of students who qualify for free or reduced lunch. The district agency identifies eligible schools and provides money for those schools. What does Title I provide at my child’s school? 

 

Additional training is provided to teachers and staff to improve teaching strategies. Teaching programs and materials are purchased to add to district curriculum and improve teaching strategies.  Parents and teachers work as a team to monitor each child’s progress and to support their academic and social growth.  Parent newsletters, progress reports, and meetings keep parents informed of how students are progressing towards state standards. What are parents’ right and responsibilities under Title I? The right to receive periodic progress reports on the child and the school.  The right to request information about the qualifications of their child’s teacher. The right to decide if the school’s Title I program is meeting the needs of their child. The right to offer suggestions for academic improvement and increased parental involvement. The responsibility to share information with the teacher about their child’s interests and abilities. The responsibility to ensure that their child attends school regularly, completes all homework and classwork assignments, and adheres to district and school behavior policies.

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----SCHOOL PERFORMANCE PLAN----

----SCHOOL TITLE I BUDGET----

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----PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS LETTER----

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----EVERY STUDENT SUCCEEDS ACT----

Parent & Family Engagement Policy

In the past all Nevada high school students had to pass the four High School Proficiency Exams in order to graduate from high school and receive

END OF COURSE EXAMS

In the past all Nevada high school students had to pass the four High School Proficiency Exams in order to graduate from high school and receive their high school diploma.

The Nevada State Board of Education has established new requirements for graduation starting in 2017.  Nevada has created an End of Course Assessment Transition model to assist with understanding Nevada’s high school graduation requirements. There are two resources created to help this transition.

 
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