Lead Southeast High School Sets Attendance Record
This week, LEAD Southeast High School students had record breaking attendance for the new school year with 99.4% of students being marked present and attending class for the day Tuesday.
“This is a huge win for our school. We are so thankful for our teachers’ dedication to making remote learning a success and to our students for staying committed to their school work during these unusual circumstances,” said LSE Principal Amy Kate Wilkins.
LEAD Southeast teachers are making every effort to create an engaging and unique learning environment, despite the barriers of learning through a screen.
As a result, students’ attendance has averaged at 95% for the first month of virtual learning. This is the product of many phone calls, texts, and emails to our students from our team of teachers.
With new platforms and technologies, students are able to share artwork, visual representations, graphs, and worksheets while continuing to collaborate with one another.
Congratulations team and keep up the good work!