Southeastern Idaho Technical Charter School is a professional/technical charter school formed by the cooperative efforts of three rural school districts who recognize the need for high-end professional/technical programs as well as the challenge of funding quality programs.
It is made up of professional/technical students and teachers from Malad, Preston and West Side High Schools
and is overseen by a Board of Trustees and an administrator whose primary focus is the success of SEITec students and programs.
SEITec began operations in the fall of 2013.
SEITec board members, l-r: Joe Thomas; Stuart Summers; Doug West; Supt. Marc Gee, Vice Chair; Supt. Spencer Barzee;
Supt. Dave Risenmay, Chair. Brian Mendenhall, Clerk. Not pictured: Terry Larson.
The sole purpose of the Board of Trustees and the administrator of the SEITec Charter School
is to help students climb higher by providing 16 high-end professional/technical programs
in three rural school districts and producing competitive and skilled program completers
in high-demand professional/technical fields.