01.28.21

Girls Who Code Invitation

Girls Who Code meets every Friday at 3:30pm-4:30pm! All gender identities welcome.

We’re looking for new members to help us with some great projects including:

  • Creating and maintaining a website using GitHub Pages and GitHub Markdown language
  • Helping with a social media outreach campaign to get our historically underrepresented students excited about taking CS next year (you’d be creating content using Canva and/or videos about your experiences in CS class to post on our social media accounts and to air on SUHI Media/Red Devil Review)
  • Helping UCSD CS forEach plan and promote their high school hackathon — Triton Hacks
  • Manage collaborative projects using GitHub (an important skill if you want to pursue CS!)

These are all great opportunities for you to build your resume for work and college apps! Join our Google Classroom to get the meeting link.

Girls Who Code Logo of devil at a laptop

01.27.21

Library Hours 📖

Need to pickup textbooks for your classes? The library is available at these times:

Tuesday and Thursday 8am-10am

Wednesday 2:30pm-4pm

01.24.21

Parent Updates

✏️ Jupiter Grades: Sweetwater High uses Jupiter Grades as its uniform grading system. Using one grading system makes it easier for parents to monitor student grades and communicate with teachers effectively, especially during distance learning. You can also change the language and set up weekly alerts (🎥 video tutorial).

Questions? Contact Denise Iniguez
📞 619-474-9744
📧 Denise.Iniguez@sweetwaterschools.org

 

01.24.21

Student Updates

⚠️ SATs: Due to COVID-19, our campus will be unable to host SATs during March and June.

🍳 Learn to Cook: Our district has partnered with Chef De Cuisine to bring ten students supplies and recipes for a virtual cooking program. Interested? Fill out this form.

📚 Tutoring starts Monday 1/25: Need help with classes? Check out the updated tutoring schedule for January/February 2021.

💰 Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship: For high school seniors who plan on majoring in Computer Science and have completed a computer science course in high school! More info and application.

01.13.21

Student Leadership Conference

Student Advocacy Conference
Sat, Mar 13, 2021
8AM-3:30PM
California Association of Student Councils, Region 12
CASC is an organization that advocates a peer-supported environment that allows students to speak out about their passions, whether it be in ASB or in another club or sport. Students enhance their leadership abilities such as public speaking, project planning, and organization in order to create positive change in their schools and the world.

This event is to empower students to take well thought out action on issues they care about! Create proposals with brilliant and passionate leaders across San Diego and Imperial Valley to present to a diverse array of panelists such as student board members and local representatives.

REGISTER
See registration for fees.

Register as a group of 10+ people before Feb 12 for the early bird price of $15 per person

Questions? Concerns?

Contact Deanna Escarieses