09.26.19

Robotics Judges Needed

The nationally recognized Sweetwater Robotics League is looking for volunteers to be Judges and Inspectors at the robotics events held throughout the year.

The task – to be able to talk with students, ask questions to decide award selection. You don’t need to be a rocket (robot) scientist or an engineer. Robotics involves a wide range of professions and walks of life.

The commitment – a few hours several Saturdays from October 2019 to February, 2020. You will be trained to put your life experience into practice.

If you are interested and you can volunteer some of your Saturdays please contact me. You will have fun, and you will be blessed seeing what our students can do. Contact me Joe Amaro at  joseph.amaro@sweetwaterschools.org.

09.06.19

Financial Planning Workshops

SUHSD school counselors cordially invite you to a

Financial Planning Workshop

(Intended for parents of elementary – 10th grade students)

GET MONEY SAVING TIPS FOR COLLEGE

OPTION 1

Date: September 11, 2019

Location: Rancho Del Rey Middle (1174 East J Street, Chula Vista, CA 91910)

Time: 6:00pm – 7:15pm 

 

OPTION 2

Date: September 12, 2019

Location: SUHSD Professional Development Center  (680 L St, Suite C, Chula Vista, CA 91911)

Time: 6:00pm – 7:15pm 

 

FLYER HERE

08.14.19

2019-20 SAT/ACT Prep and Financial Aid information

SAT/ACT Prep for Seniors only:


Learn quick tips and tricks on taking the SAT and/or ACT in this 4 hour workshop designed just for 12th graders only!!

Pre-register at http://www.calsoapsandiego.org/workshops for the workshop this Saturday.

Financial Aid Flyer:


Need money for college? Attend one of our Financial Aid workshops at any of our schools so you can learn about what monies are available.

07.24.19

AP Training Information

On Wednesday, July 17, 2019, the following linked PowerPoint presentation was shared with AP Coordinators and AP Teachers following our welcome back rally.

The 2019-20 AP Coordinators Manual (Part 1) has also been released for reference, found on the College Board website.

Of particular note are:

  • AP Key Dates (page 4)
  • AP Course Audit Updates (page 9)
  • AP Fall Ordering and Exam Fees (page 19-23)
  • Accessing and Using AP Registration and Ordering (page 47)
  • Resources for AP Teachers and Students (page 107-110)
  • 06.18.19

    College Fair and Career Expo 2019

    The Annual SUHSD College and Career Expo will be held at Montgomery High School on September 4, 2019 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

    https://youtu.be/r12QuwdI9W8v

    Don’t miss the following workshops starting at 5:30 p.m.

    • Financial Aid (Learn about the different kinds  of financial aid available) Room 602
      • Session 1 at 5:30 p.m.
      • Session 2 at 6:30 p.m.
    • Compact for Success (Learn about the requirements for SDSU/Compact for Success) Room 606
      • Session 1 at 5:30 p.m.
      • Session 2 at 6:30 p.m.
    • FSAID  (Parents and seniors sign up for you ID so you can complete your FAFSA)
      • Room 206 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

     

    College and Career Readiness Office

    Sweetwater Union High School District

    04.18.19

    Career Night 2019

    Career Night Flyer

    Last night, the College and Career Readiness department held a Career Night for interested students and parents at the Professional Development Center on L Street.

    Cindy Gompper Graves, President and CEO of South County Economic Development Council, moderated a group of panelists representing the following emerging/priority job sectors – Advanced Manufacturing, Health Science, and Information and Communication Technologies. The panelists came from San Ysidro Health Center, NASSCO, and Action Drone.

    The San Diego and Imperial Center of Excellence for Labor Market Research put on a power point presentation, which can be found here.

    03.28.19

    Princess Project 2019

    Every year during prom season, the Chula Vista Library participates and collaborates with Princess Project San Diego to provide free prom dresses to high school teens. We want our young ladies to enjoy their experience and offer them interactive workshops for hair, make-up and skincare from our partners Paul Mitchell the School and Mary Kay. In the selection of their perfect dress we celebrate bodies of all sizes, ethnic background or socio/economic situation.

    The Chula Vista Library has been a Princess Project dress giveaway location for the last six years, for which the last three years Ms. Trujillo-Lopez has been the coordinator. In an effort to make the year a little better, the Chula Vista Library partnered with Olympian High School to create a short marketing video. Mr. Exum and his students were fabulous and created an amazing product.

    The event is coming up shortly, on April 6, 2019.

    The link to the video be found here http://kohsnews.weebly.com/other-videos.html.

    11.15.18

    Mr. Avasan’s “Math Magic”

    From Tutor to Teacher

    NMSI’s Teacher of the Month is Unwaveringly Committed to Student Success. When we heard about Olympian High School Calculus & Engineering teacher Julio Avasan’s “math magic” and faithfulness to helping his students conceptualize and understand calculus, we knew he fit the bill for NMSI’s Teacher of the Month. We’re proud to recognize Julio and his dedication to meeting students where they are, sparking interest in math and setting them up for success in their STEM education.

    Congratulations Mr. Avasan, Mathematics Teacher at Olympian High School for being recognized as NMSI’s Teacher of the Month!

    Read entire Article from the National Math + Science Initiative (NMSI) HERE