04.16.19

Updates from the Counselors

Last Quarter SUHi Counseling Updates:
April 17th at 9am in the Counseling Center- Parent Workshop Series, topic Substance Abuse & Internet Safety.  All Parents are welcomed to attend. Click Here for Flyer
 
April 18th, 3:15-4:15pmTheater–  ZUMBA fitness,come join students and parents for a fun fitness class to get healthy and release stress.  Remaining dates: April 18th and 25th, May 2nd and 9th.   Click Here for Flyer
 
May 22nd at 6pm, Theater- Scholarship Awards Nights Join us to celebrate our seniors awarded for scholarships and awards towards their post-secondary plans.
 
June 3rd, 8am – 3pm– Senior Clearance Day, Seniors will have a set time to meet with their counselor to complete the clearance process for graduation.
 
June 7th, at 6pm- Graduation  Let’s all come out  for this special day to honor senior’s hard work in their educational journey and celebrate the beginning of the next chapter in their life, best wishes Class of 2019!
04.10.19

Blood Drive / Community Service Opportunity: Wednesday April 17th, 2019

Come down and join the SUHI MCJROTC Program and donate blood!   We want to help our fellow communities, families and hospitals with our blood donations.

These blood donations do stay in the local San Diego Area.

Please take the time to pass on this information to your students, family, and friends that are of age to donate blood.  Students receive community service hours for donating blood.

If students are 17 years of age, they must have:

  • a permission form signed by a parent or legal guardian to donate blood (parents will be called to verify consent).
  • a form of picture identification (ID card).

If students are 18 years of age, they must have:

  • a form of picture identification (ID card).

Students can pick up a permission form in the MCJROTC Building from one of the instructors.

TEACHERS be aware that the southern portion of the new teachers Parking Lot  will  be used for the blood drive and will be closed off from 5 AM to 2 PM on Wednesday, April 17, 2019.

04.09.19

Community Service Day – Saturday, April 27th, 2019

Calling all volunteers!

Community Service Day on Saturday, April 27th, 2019 at 9am-1pm.

Landscaping, graffiti removal, trash pick up, creek clean up, and kids activities!

Help redesign your favorite park! Volunteers of all ages will have the opportunity to participate in fun activities to select their favorite recreational amenities.

REGISTER NOW. SPACE IS LIMITED. Registration closes April 10th.

To register, CLICK HERE and select the park you would like to volunteer at by using the activity number below for the park you select.

KIMBALL PARK
ACTIIVITY #5039

EL TOYON PARK
ACTIVITY #5038

03.11.19

College Tours

Spring tours presented by Red Devils After D(ARC)

All students are welcome. Stop by the Inferno Lounge for permission slips. Ask Ms. Griggs or Brandon if you have any questions.

San Diego State University

March 23rd, 2019
Bus departs SUHi  @ 8:00 am

Cal State Fullerton

April 13th, 2019
Bus departs SUHi @ 8:00 am

Cal State San Marcos

March 25th, 2019
Bus departs SUHi @ 9:30 am

03.07.19

2nd Annual Sweetwater Student Conference on Issues of Personal, Local, & Global Significance

Saturday, May 18th, 2019

About the conference:

Thank you for your interest in our 2nd annual student conference! This conference came about because teachers and students in Sweetwater recognized the need to give students a place to teach each other about important ideas they were learning in school. We seek to answer questions like:

  • What issues affect us, our community, and our world?
  • To what extent are these issues both local and global issues?
  • How can we contribute to a better community for ourselves and for others?
  • How does what we learn in school help us live and develop in a more sustainable way?
  • How can we take action to address issues of sustainability locally and globally?

This conference is also an opportunity to bring in experts who are already taking action to make the South Bay of San Diego a more sustainable place to live. As the conference nears, check back for a list of organizations who will be participating!

Why participate?

Are working on your 9th grade human geography action-research project? – or-

Have you done meaningful research in one of your courses at school?

This conference provides a space for you to present your work to others and also learn about things relevant to your future!

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