Every year thousands of our kids die when their heart
suddenly and unexpectedly stops beating. Known as
Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA), this syndrome can
happen without symptoms or warning signs. San Diego
alone loses three to five teens annually.
Prevent Fatal Cardiac Arrest in Youth
FREE Heart Screening For Ages12-25
Sunday, October 15• 9am to 3pm at Southwest High School
1685 Hollister Street, San Diego, CA 92154
The Buccaneer Tech squad is here to help with any minor tech issues you may be having. Visit their website, BTS to learn more!
In order to use your iPad or laptop at home, you must do the following:
- Log-in successfully to your home wireless network.
- Log into iBoss by launching the SUHSD Login App.
- Use your student login credentials or iboss1/suhsd1.
Please see the attached instructions. These instructions are also on the Technology Portal, in the Classroom Technology portal view.
How to Login to iBoss
Iboss Login Instructions-Spanish
Come learn English free!
Southwest Middle School library is offering free online classes to parents. Learn English at your own pace. Classes are online.
All materials are provided free of charge. Sign-up in Main office, in the library or Online!
¡Venga a aprender inglés gratis!
La biblioteca de Southwest Middle School ofrece clases gratuitas en línea a los padres. Aprenda inglés a su propio ritmo. Las clases están en línea.
Todos los materiales se proporcionan de forma gratuita.
Inscribirse en la oficina principal, en la biblioteca o en línea.
Check out the quiz below to see which STEM career suits you best!
“The Priority Sector Career Posters highlight career pathways within San Diego’s five Priority Sectors”. All 5 sectors are heavy in STEM! Learn more about the 5 fastest growing job sectors in San Diego County by clicking on the image below!
We will be updating our filtering systems this week(8/13- 8/16). These systems protect all devices utilized by students, teachers, and staff when using the internet. In addition, our web filtering systems are used to block inappropriate materials and sites. As part of this transition, the iPads will be impacted. Since our current contract expires on August 16, we will need to push out, to all iPad devices, the necessary changes (e.g. certificates and agents) that will allow these devices to work with our new filtering system “from home”. In order for iPads to be used at home, students will need to login through the new application. This application, SUHSD Login, will automatically be loaded on all student iPad devices. (Teacher iPads are “not” affected.) When they click on this app, the following login screen will appear:
The login information will be –
(This generic password will be used temporarily, until we can acclimate the students to use their student id/birthdate/password login information.)
If you do not see an iBoss App icon appear on your home screen, click on an app named “ LANrev Apps” (picture to the right) and accept all pop ups that might show up.
If you don’t get the iboss app students will not be able to access internet at home!
click to log-in to mobile app from home!
Order your yearbook and personalization by October 28 and Jostens will give you four free icons free!
¡Pida su anuario y personalización antes del 28 de octubre y Jostens le dará cuatro iconos gratis!
Link for online yearbook sales:
We have 40 student spots available. If you would like to be a part of this field trip:
Turn in the attached Permission Slip by January 13 (to Science Teacher, or Mrs. Barrón room 803 or office 127)
Make sure you have turned in the School photo permission slip
Attend the mandatory meeting during lunch on Wednesday, January 18th in room 802
*If you have any questions, see Mrs. Barrón (room 803 periods 1&2; office 127 periods 3-6)
Join the Hour of Code!
Learn more about our District’s Participation:
Our district’s Computer Science teachers community and I would like to invite you and our students to participate in this year’s Hour of Code Event during Computer Science Education week, December 5 – 11! Many schools in our district will be conducting individual classes to school-wide activities for the Hour of Code next week. Last year, we had several hundred students participate across the district, and we hope to increase those numbers this year!
I am hoping that you will support our district’s Computer Science program by helping us share out the Hour of Code information by placing information on our district and individual school Web sites about the Hour of Code and Computer Science Education week.
Every year we have done this, both students and staff have responded that they really enjoyed the experience! We hope that you will be willing to allow our students to participate in this year’s Hour of Code Event!
If you have any questions, please contact me. For more information about the Hour of Code, please check out the following!