In order to identify and understand Student responsibilities during distance learning such as:
Virtual Classroom Protocols
Feel free to click on the video below to hear from staff about what they miss most about our Community and ways they are staying healthy and positive. Even with social distancing, we are finding ways to lean on each other during these times.
After careful consideration, and based on guidance from the State of California, the California Department of Education, and the San Diego County Office of Education, the Sweetwater Union High School District, along with all other public school districts in San Diego County, will be closing all schools and cancelling all school-related activities as of Monday, March 16, 2020 through Friday, April 3, 2020.
Please note that today, March 13, schools will be operating as scheduled and it will be business as usual. This includes after school programs and athletics scheduled for today. Joint information will be coming from all of the districts in South County in the coming hours and over the next several days. Thank you for your continued support and efforts on behalf of the students of the Sweetwater Union High School District.
Next Tuesday March 10th representatives from Sea World and Aquatica will be here from 3-5 pm in Room 201 to recruit our students and help them properly apply.
This will be a Recruitment event, which will consist of the SeaWorld/Aquatica staff presenting to students about their Shallow Water Lifeguard job opportunity at Aquatica Water Park in Chula Vista, including the online application process and interview tips and preparation. Every student will leave the event having completed SeaWorld’s online application and with a guaranteed 2nd interview scheduled at SeaWorld. See more details below:
Although there are no cases in our area, as a community we want to make you aware that we are planning and preparing as a district.
Free presentation by Kaley Kantor, Health Advocacy Specialist at FULSToP (Families Uniting Locally to Stop Tobacco Proliferation), a state-funded tobacco control program that works in conjunction with the Nile Sisters Development Initiative in San Diego.
Presentation is aimed at addressing the harms of vaping in youth populations. The presentation addresses the recent surge in youth participation in electronic smoking, and how young people, and adults are affected by tobacco’s targeting strategies.
When: March 4, 2020 at 5:30pm
Where: Lemon Grove Branch Library, 3001 School Lane, Lemon Grove, CA.
*The presentation itself will be in Spanish, however, we will be providing English translation to those who will need it.