|Southeast Elementary School, Elementary School|
Grades: KG-05 | Student:368 | Teacher:31 | Score:3
930 Old Statenville Rd Valdosta, GA 31601
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|School District:||Valdosta City|
|School Level:||Elementary School|
|Number of Students:||368|
|Number of Teachers:||31|
|County:||Lowndes County, Georgia|
|Operational Status:||Open, Operational|
|Environment:||City, Small Territory|
|School Type:||Regular School|
|Mailing Address:||930 Old Statenville Rd|
Valdosta, GA 31601
|Other Valdosta City schools: S.L. Mason Elementary School, Nunn Elementary School, Valdosta High School, Valdosta City Alternative/Evening, Pinevale Learning Center, Newbern Middle School, J. L. Lomax Elementary School, Valdosta Middle School|
|Grades||Total||White||Black||Hispanic||Asian||American Indian||Two or more races|
During school year 2010-2011(the most recent data year available), Southeast Elementary School Elementary School had 368 students and 31 full time teachers. The student ratio was 11.8. Regarding the gender, 179 students were female, 189 students were male. Regarding the racial makeup of the students, 11 were white, 339 were African American, 16 were Hispanic, 1 were Asian(including Hawaiian Native/Pacific Islander), 0 were American Indian or Alaska Native, 1 were reported from two or more races.
Totally 330 students were eligible for subsidized lunch program: 316 students were eligible for free lunch, 14 students were eligible for reduced price lunch.Southeast Elementary School Elementary School is located at 930 Old Statenville Rd, Valdosta, GA 31601. The school environment is City, Small Territory.
Southeast Elementary School Elementary School belongs to Lowndes County and is managed by Valdosta City school district. It serves students from grade KG to grade 05. The school's operational status is Open, Operational. Please call their phone number 229-333-8535 for more information about the school's enrollment and education programs.
Southeast Elementary School's rating score is 3 out of 10 by SchoolMap.org on 2/28/2012.
School Year: 2010-2011
Data source: Institute of Education Sciences (IES), United States Department of Education