|Computer Science Education Week
A series of virtual events presented by
SUHI Girls Who Code Club
|💻 More info and registration|
|Monday 12/7 (3:30PM – 4:30PM)|
|🎓 SUHI Grad Panel||Hear from SUHI grads who are now currently majoring in CS and other STEM majors in community college or university. Bring your questions for the open Q&A session at the last 10 minutes of the panel.|
|Tuesday 12/8 (3:30PM – 4:30PM)|
|👩🏾💻 Careers in CS and Tech Panel||Ever wondered what it was like to work in tech? Hear from software engineers from companies like Sony and Facebook. You’ll also hear about other jobs in tech like Site Reliability Engineering! Bring your questions for the open Q&A session at the last 10 minutes of the panel.|
|Wednesday 12/9 (3:30PM – 4:30PM)|
|🤖 Coding Animations with Xochi & her Robot Friend||This workshop will use Scratch programming to create animated stories using illustrations of Xochi and her Robot Friend created by Thao Nguyen. See an example here!|
|Thursday 12/10 (3:30PM – 4:30PM)|
|🖥️ Intro to “No Code” Web Development with Weblow||This workshop will explore the basics of web development using Webflow, a no-code development environment. No previous development experience required, but students with some experience will still benefit! You will need to create a free account with Webflow for this workshop.|
|Friday 12/11 (3:30PM – 4:30PM)|
|📈 Creating Patterns with Snap Programming!||This workshop will explore how simple programs can be used to create unique geometric drawings. Bring your creativity, but no experience is required! You will need to access this website.|
|📱 AP Computer Science Principles Showcase||Check out the apps created by this year’s AP Computer Science students!|
Now available here!
Check your email
Check the Class of 2021 Google Classroom (y2po3qk)
Watch the video presentation:
Schedule an appointment with your counselor using the links on Slide 20
Parents are welcome to accompany their seniors.
|Office of the Principal|
|Dear Sweetwater Families,
It is my sincerest hope each of our students and their families are safe and healthy. As we continue through distance learning, I am aware of the challenges each of you face daily. This is why the communication between our students, families, and staff is extremely important. We want to ensure everyone understands the expectations we have of students when it comes to their learning and the support staff will provide to them.
Students are expected to report to synchronous instruction for each period every day. Teachers provide synchronous instruction Monday – Thursday for 30-45 minutes each day and for 20 minutes on Friday. For the remainder of each period, students are expected to complete assignments and it is also a time they may ask their teachers for support. Our first progress report card will be issued on Friday, September 18. Students’ grades will show what they have achieved so far during the first 6 weeks of classes. If a student is earning a D or F in a particular class, the teacher should have already notified the student and their parent/guardian about the grade earned so far and communicated an intervention plan. Again, we want to communicate with one another on how we can all best support our Red Devils. Although we have more than half the semester remaining for students to complete their courses for credit, needed interventions should begin immediately to ensure they do not fail any classes.
Many of our students and parents continue to email their teachers, counselors, and administrators when the need arises and we thank you for taking the time to express any concerns and ask for support. We are here to assist you in any way possible during these times of uncertainty.
If you did not receive your textbooks yet, please fill out this form. Please note that you will not receive a confirmation.
Textbook pick up hours: 8am-10am Tuesdays and Thursdays ONLY
|Welcome to Virtual Back to School Night!|
|Schedule of Events:|
|5PM – 5:30PM
AP Parent Meeting
|Join Assistant Principal Salazar, for information about our Advanced Placement (AP) program.|
|5:45PM – 6:15PM
Drop-In Resource Rooms
|Drop in with our Head Counselor, Athletic Director, After-School Program Supervisor, and/or Targeted Support Resource Teacher for any questions/concerns. We’re here to help and support you.|
|5:45PM – 6:15PM
Virtual Club Fair
|Club videos and contact information|
Teacher Video Viewing
|Teacher videos and contact information
If you would like to schedule an appointment for a Parent-Teacher conference, please contact the teacher directly.
Email questions to Deborah Morris
|SUHSD Educational Equity, Student Advocacy, and Families and Youth in Transition|
|We are here to support students in foster care and families and youth in transition.|
|What we provide assistance with:|
|* Particular services for students in foster care is determined with Child Welfare Services, Educational Rights Holder, and other entities, if applicable|
|For more information, contact:|
|School District Liason and Program Manager
Dr. Mariana Gomez
Dinnah B. Donato-Palmore
Dear Sweetwater High School families:
We hope that you are adjusting well to distance learning. Thank you for all your efforts to do your best in school.
Our daily bell schedule is posted below:
|Daily Student Schedule
Office Hours TBD by Teachers and communicated to the principal and students.
|Block A||Block B|
|Mon / Wed||Tues / Thurs|
|8:20AM-8:50AM||Office Hours||Office Hours|
|9:00AM-10:30AM||Period 1||Period 2|
|10:40AM-12:10PM||Period 3||Period 4|
|1:00 PM-2:30 PM||Period 5||Period 6|
|Friday attendance is mandatory. The emphasis for Friday instruction is to review content presented earlier in the week to further student learning.
Teacher PLC time will be scheduled on Fridays from 8:20AM – 9:20AM
As a reminder, the expectation during distance learning is that all students attend synchronous instruction with their teachers Monday through Friday. All teachers are providing 30-45 minutes of synchronous instruction Monday through Thursday, where students and teachers have direct face-to-face time for instruction and learning. The remainder of the period is asynchronous learning, where students are completing assignments and teachers are available for help and support. On Fridays, all students must attend classes and attendance is taken. Teachers will use this time to review material, and provide additional support. Please note that even if students are completing all assignments independently, attendance during daily synchronous instruction is still required.
If students have not completed residency requirements, they can continue to attend classes until residency requirements are cleared. Please continue to work with our Registrar, Ms. Puga, to submit residency clearances at your earliest convenience. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope that you and your families continue to be safe and well.
|STUDENT VIDEO CONFERENCING GUIDELINES|
|Your actions in an online synchronous (live) class meeting are governed by all the same rules that exist when attending school in person. These guidelines are produced for all students’ safety and well-being in an online environment.
You have the right to keep your video camera off during synchronous (live) instruction.
You do not have the right to record any teacher or student image, video, name, or personal information with school or personal equipment.
You do not have the right to take screenshots of any teacher or student image, name, or personal information with school equipment, with your cell phone, or with any other equipment.
You do not have the right to post teacher or student video, images, voice, or personal information on social media.
All chat (text) on video conference is monitored and subject to school and district rules.