Southeast Warren is a good school. There are many other personal opinions if Southeast Warren. This is a school where you have to be involved in order to get results. Some teachers seem to have favorites but for the most part as long as you treat them with respect and put forth effort you won't have a problem. The school is working on building pride and school spirit which seems to have been lacking in the past couple of years. This is a very small school which allows a more personal experience between teachers and students. I love the relationships I've built with the staff at my school and my fellow classmates. I feel like I wouldn't have had as many opportunities at other schools.
Southeast Warren Jr-Sr High School is a public high school in Indianola. 225 children attend Southeast Warren Jr-Sr High School and identify as White, non-Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Hispanic. 30% of the 225 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Southeast Warren Jr-Sr High School is 13:1. Indianola Learning Center is one of the nearest high schools.
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My husband and I moved to Milo to be part of this great school district. We had previous lived in a much larger town and we wanted the safety and security a small community provides. My son is enrolled in the preschool program and he is very excited every day he goes to preschool. I find the parents friendly I even joined a mom's group with a play dates for the moms and kids. I find the teachers and school staff very friendly and willing to put the extra effort in to meet the needs of my child.
School climate is improving with addition of new staff. Kids seem to have some pride. They need to keep hiring great staff and retire some of the burnt out tired negitive teachers. Too much turnover of good staff.
There is poor community support of teachers and staff. There is high teacher turnover which could be due to the lack of support for teachers by administration. The students are very disrespectful and higher education isn't encouraged by adminstration as much as it should. Test scores seem to reflect the lack of rigor stressed by staff.