Welcome to the Southeast Warren Community School District. At SE Warren we offer the best of both worlds by providing the desirable benefits of a small school education for students but are within 30 miles of accessing the numerous recreational and employment opportunities of the Des Moines metro area.
Southeast Warren became a consolidated school district combining the
schools of Milo, Lacona and Liberty Center in 1959. Each of the 3 towns
that make up our school are rich in tradition and proud to support our
Southeast Warren is composed of 4 learning centers located in our 3
cities. Our newest learning center is the Elzora Town Day Care Center
which opened in 2016. Located in Milo, it is a DHS licensed daycare with
a QRS rating of 4 stars. Children ranging from infants to 6th grade enjoy the quality care the center has to offer. The primary center also located in Milo serves students from PreK-3rd
grade. The primary center was opened in 2001. The intermediate center
was also opened in 2001, it is located in Lacona and serves 4th-6th grade students. The 7th-12th
grade building is located in Liberty Center. The Junior/Senior High
School has many sports, clubs and fine arts activities allowing students
to excel and explore in their individual areas of interest.
There are about 500 students that attend SE Warren and the district employs 100 people that are dedicated to the Southeast Warren mission of “Developing life-long learners and responsible citizens.” We all are very proud of our district and the community it serves.
"Dear Mom and Dad, every fifteen minutes someone in the United States dies from an alcohol related traffic collision, and today I died. I never had the chance to tell you......."
On April 8, 2019, the Southeast Warren Jr-Sr High school
students had the opportunity to learn a real-life lesson
without the tragedy and risk. In cooperation with local
law enforcement, fire departments and rescue teams, this
lesson was brought home to our students with a mock accident
resulting from driving under the influence.
The innovative program entitled “Every 15 Minutes”
is designed to dramatically instill the potentially dangerous
consequences of drinking alcohol, among all teenagers. “Every
15 Minutes” refers to the fact that a person is killed
in an alcohol-related traffic collision every quarter hour.
While primarily targeted toward preventing alcohol-related
traffic injuries and fatalities, the program is also designed
to challenge students to think about drinking, personal
safety, and the responsibility of making mature decisions
when lives are involved.
This event was coordinated through: Lucas County
Hospital, Mercy One, Warren County Sheriff’s Office, Iowa State Patrol, Tomin
Towing, Lacona Fire & Rescue, Milo Fire & Rescue, Judicial District 5B,
Southeast Warren and Melcher-Dallas videography team, Warren County Emergency
Management, Warren County Attorney’s Office, Pierschbaucher Funeral Home, Keith
Smith, and Southeast Warren Schools. .
We would like to thank all of those who chose to take part and we would like to encourage you to have a discussion with your child about the ramifications of under aged drinking.
The SEW Food Pantry will be open on March 25th from 4:30-6:30 PM. To help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, we'll be doing a curbside service and would like everyone to stay in their vehicle. A list of items available will be brought out for you to order from. We'll fill the order and bring it out to your vehicle.
Peoples Bank donated more than 100 new books to the Southeast Warren Primary and Intermediate School libraries in December 2018. The books were handpicked for the students in both buildings and include many of the children’s favorite authors and subjects.
This is the second year that Peoples Bank has donated books to the SEW School District. Last year they donated books to the Junior/Senior High School.
Pictured: Connie Frazier, Peoples Bank Milo Branch Manager; John
Burrell, Elementary Principal; and Elisha Vickroy, Media Center/Technology Associate.
Pictured: Elisha Vickroy, Media Center/Technology Associate; Peggy
Williams, Peoples Bank Lacona Branch Manager; and John Burrell,
Our new Computer Aided Drafting & Design (CADD) Lab is up and running. We would like to give special thanks to the following individuals and businesses for their contributions in helping create this classroom:
Peoples Bank - $12,000 donation
Bev Schurman and Welmark - $4000 donation
Williams Machine Shop
Roberts Heating & Cooling
Thank you! Also, a special thank you to the 2014-15 Building Trades class of Garrett Butler, Brandi Putz, Sarah Nutting, Josh Mosher, Reagan Champ and Doug Wilmeth. Thank you for your hard work!
Our school district has many talented students in the arts - whether it's a Kindergarten student bringing home that picture you put on your refrigerator, a high school student in a school play, or possibly a 5th grader just learning to play a musical instrument. Parents and community members can make a difference for these students. The Fine Arts Boosters plays a vital role in supporting our fine arts programs.
If you have a child in K-12 involved in Art, Music, Speech, Debate, Drama or Band, you are automatically a member of the Fine Arts Boosters.
Please plan on attending a Boosters meeting and help us discuss some ideas on a fund raiser and a showcase of the talents of the students involved in the Fine Arts!
Planet Green Recycling Program
Southeast Warren Primary School has signed up for a fundraiser with Planet Green. To help our school and participate in this fundraiser, just bring in your empty inkjet cartridges & cell phones to the Primary School.
Once we have filled up our recycling box we will send it in to Planet Green for Recycling. Our school will receive up to $7.00 for inkjet cartridges and up to $40.00 for cell phones. For more information - http://planetgreenrecycle.com/sewarren
2 years ago
Southeast Warren has online access to the book catalog for each of our libraries. Students and parents can browse the library to see what books are available.
What is TLC?
The mission of our Teacher Leadership Compensation (TLC) plan is to develop leadership opportunities for exemplary educators that will further improve instructional practices and increase student achievement.
Click here to check out what the K-12 TLC team is learning and working on at Southeast Warren.
All visitors to Southeast Warren School buildings are required to check in at the principal's office. A Visitor pass on a green lanyard will be issued so that staff members know that your presence has been approved.
If you are in the building without a Visitor pass, you may be asked to return to the office to obtain one. At the end of your visit, please return the pass to the office.