Master Plan Community Meeting For Southwest High and Middle School

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On behalf of the Sweetwater Union High School District, please join us for a presentation on facility master plans. School Site Master Plans identify facility needs, and assist in developing the future of our campuses. A presentation of the master plan will be followed by community engagement focus groups, for each campus. Thank you for the opportunity to collaborate with your community.

Date: May 30, 2018

Location: Southwest Middle, Library

Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm

For more information please contact: 619-585-6003 or planning2@sweetwaterschools.org


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April is National Autism Awareness Month!

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From the SHUSD “SPecial Edition”:

We encourage you as individuals, classes, and schools to participate in Autism Awareness Month. Here is a list of activities you can do to raise awareness and acceptance of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders:

1. Watch a video to educate yourself on Autism such as:


2. Post facts about autism on large puzzle pieces around the school or talk about them in the morning announcements:


· 1 in 68 kids have autism

More boys than girls are born with autism

· Autism is a disability that makes it hard to talk to other kids

· Having autism makes it hard to know how to socialize with other kids

Something like lights and noises bother some kids with autism more than they might bother you

· Everyone is different, being different is not a bad thing, we are all different

· Kids with autism look just like you and I do

· Kids with autism like to have friends they just don’t know how to make them

· Kids with autism have feelings just like you and I do

3. Read a book about autism:

· Of Mice an d Aliens by Kathy Hoopman

· Buster and the Amazing Daisy by Nancy Ogaz

· Lisa and the Lace Maker by Kathy Hoopman

· Wishing on the Midnight Star by Nancy Ogaz

· Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night by Mark Haddon

· A Spot of Bother by Mark Haddon Clay by Colby Rodowsky

· Haze by Kathy Hoopman To OZ and Back: A Bones and Duchess Mystery by Alexandra Eden

· A Wizard Alone: The Sixth Book in the Young Wizards Series by Diane Duane

. Marcelo in the Real World by Francisco Stork

. Rules by Cynthia Lord

4. Join a Sweetwater team for the NFAR Race For Autism http://raceforautism.org

This is a fundraiser walk/run on March 24th. The funds support grants for educators to support students with autism. Currently Dave Kerr and Daniel Smirniotis are having a competition to see who can raise the most money.

5. Hold a poster or door decorating completion to increase awareness about autism.

6. Research about famous people with autism.

7. Have a sensory sensitive day at school with no bells or florescent lights

8. Join Sweetwater Autism Team At BJ’s on April 10th for a fundraiser to Support students with autism in SUHSD


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Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA)

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How to log-in to iBoss from home!

In order to use your iPad or laptop at home, you must do the following:


  1. Log-in successfully to your home wireless network.
  2. Log into iBoss by launching the SUHSD Login App.
  3. 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

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