To access this survey log onto your district’s Infinite Campus Parent Portal at Https://campusportal.sweetwaterschools.org and select the survey link in your inbox.
This survey will be accepting responses from 07/01/2022 until 06/30/2023.
Dear SUHD Parents,
You’ve been invited to participate in a very important survey that will impact your child’s school funding and support services next year. A school’s State and Federal funding is based on the number of eligible Alternative Household Income forms that are submitted each year. This determines how much funding your child’s school will receive the following year, which allows for implementation of academic support programs and resources to support student academic success.
Resources and benefits for your child include:
- Academic supports: tutoring and intervention programs after school and Saturdays
- Classroom supplies and instructional materials
- Classroom technology equipment and instructional software
- High Schools:
- Waivers for high school college admission exams
- Fee-reduced high school exams (AP and IB exams)
- Fee-reduced college applications
This survey will include the following two questions and a required E-signature:
- Number of people living in the home?
- Total Monthly Income?
Fall courses offered by UC San Diego’s Division of Extended Studies is offering Life Sciences and Marine Science courses starting in September. Courses offer pre-college credits and let students study at a top research university. The application is live on UCSD’s website, along with a scholarship application. As of right now there is no deadline for the course application, as students are accepted on a rolling basis. The scholarship application closes September 2nd.
More information can be found on their website or by contacting them through email. Please feel free to reach out to the Program Assistant below with any questions.
University of California San Diego
Division of Extended Studies
Education and Community Outreach
firstname.lastname@example.org | extendedstudies.ucsd.edu
Youth in Action (YIA) is a project of the Institute for Public Strategies (IPS) that aims to empower youth in the South Bay and Border Communities. Youth in Action supports young people in transforming our communities to create positive and long-lasting social change. Young people’s voices should be heard and valued!
YIA is seeking students to participate in their Youth Advisory Board program. YIA is seeking those interested in leadership, advocacy, social justice, youth development, and mentorship. Participation requirements includes: providing feedback and input on Youth in Action programs and events, attend meetings twice a month virtually on Zoom for one year, and must live in the South Bay or Border Communities area.
For additional questions or support students may email email@example.com