Sweetwater Union High School District’s Foster & Homeless Youth Education Services Program is designed to provide support for students and families experiencing homelessness by removing barriers to success and improving educational outcomes. We offer students and their families a variety of resources, supports and services, but also welcome donations. Below is a list of items most often requested by students. Donations directly benefit students experiencing homelessness and are greatly appreciated. Please click on the flyer below for more information.
Please click on the link below to view a newsletter from the principal.
Please click on the link below to view the invitation for the EastLake Educational Foundation’s annual Taste of EastLake event. Proceeds fund technology and STEAM education in EastLake public schools.
Over the past several weeks, the Sweetwater Union High School District has been working through a very challenging situation with our budget. As you are aware, the district identified a shortfall in our budget for the 2018-2019 school year and immediately self-reported it to the San Diego County Office of Education. The district immediately began to fully deconstruct our budget and build it back up in a way that was accurate and truly reflective of our financial position.
With help from our employee labor groups, educational partners and community stakeholders, we were able to identify ways to balance our budget and do so in a way that was the least impactful to students and our classrooms as possible.
The purpose of this communication is to answer some commonly asked questions and to provide you with information that is honest, accurate, and provides as much clarity as possible.
As we continue through this process, we hope you will work with us to identify ways that we can better and more efficiently serve our students, while also being responsible stewards of our finances.
Please click on the link below to view FAQs and more information
Sign up for this year’s school spelling bee! You can sign up with your English teacher and receive a copy of the study lists. You can also find the study lists by clicking on the links below.
The winner will represent EastLake Middle School at the district spelling bee. All participants may also be featured in this year’s school yearbook. The spelling bee will take place in early February. We hope to see you there!
Please click on the link below to view a letter from the California Department of Education regarding some important resources about digital inclusion, the California Earned Income Tax Credit, and student mental health.
Your iPad has a filter on it that may make it impossible for you to use your internet browser when you are at home. In order to use the internet, you must complete the following actions:
1. Make sure you are connected to your wi-fi at home.
2. Click on the iBoss Web Filters (SUHSD Login) App. Look at the attachment to see what the button looks like. If you don’t have the app, you can also go to the following link: cluster121751-swg.ibosscloud.com/mobileLogin
3. Login using the following:
That’s it! You should now be able to access your web browser to connect to the internet.
Apps that have been provided by the district may be found in the app titled “Catalog” (we no longer use the App Store). You may download any of those apps onto your iPad, if they are not already there.
If you need help using any of the apps on your iPad, please visit the student led Triton Tech Team in room 506 during 7th grade lunch/8th grade TSP.
For those students who ride the bus, there has been some confusion about which bus you get on. The buses have two numbers on them; the bus number and the route number. You need to be looking for the ROUTE NUMBER which is located on a black sign next to the bus door. Here is a picture to help you. If you are unsure please ask the bus driver or Mr. Macias.
Please click on the link below to view the handbook.
Located in the heart of an international border community, the Sweetwater Union High School District ensures a safe, inclusive, collaborative culture that empowers each student to actively engage in a meaningful educational experience to pursue personal and academic success.
- We believe each student can succeed.
- We believe in a welcoming community that is inclusive, equitable, and promotes positive academic, social, and emotional well-being.
- We believe relationships and collaboration matter.
- We believe resources shall be equitably distributed to ensure the success of each student.
- We believe in the value of community voice in decision-making.
- We believe in a culture of trust based on integrity and transparency.