12.15.21

Weekly Parent Covid Newsletter

Dear Sweetwater Families,

 

We hope you and your family had a restful weekend leading into the final week of school. For any updates, we have created a weekly Parent COVID newsletter.

 

Please read as we have new guidance.

 

Thank you.

Queridas Familias de Sweetwater,

 

Esperamos que usted y su familia hayan tenido un buen descanso este fin de semana. Para cualquier actualizacion, hemos creado un boletin informativo sobre el COVID para padres. Por favor de leer el boletin ya que hay guias nuevos.

 

Gracias.

12.06.21

New Attendance Policy Beginning Jan 2022

In an effort to efficiently clear attendance due to the number of calls we are receiving – BEGINNING JAN. 2022 – WE WILL NO LONGER BE ACCEPTING PHONE CALLS TO CLEAR STUDENT ABSENCES – we are asking all parents/guardians to clear attendance in one of the following ways:

 

  1. Write a note with all required information and submit to the attendance office with the student.
  2. Email an attached written note/ photo of a written note- OR- use the note template and send to the attendance email.
  3. Email medical notes directly to the attendance email to excuse a student (dentist, dental, etc.)

 

 

However, we will continue to accept phone calls for emergencies and absences due to Covid.

 

 

Note template:  https://tinyurl.com/2021EHSattendancenote

Email to send attendance / medical notesELH.ATTENDANCE@SWEETWATERSCHOOLS.ORG

 

Information Required to excuse a student:

  1. Student legal name
  2. Student ID
  3. Date of Birth
  4. Date of Absence
  5. Reason for Absence
  6. Parent/ Guardian name
  7. Parent/ Guardian phone number in system
  8. Email on file:

 

Other:  

11.30.21

Eastlake Education Foundation

Hello Titans,

For over twenty years, the Eastlake Education Foundation has been supporting schools in our community. Please watch this short video to learn more about the mission and impact of this important partner in our community: https://vimeo.com/646202949

 

Today is Giving Tuesday. Please consider making a donation to support the important work the EEF does for every school in our community: https://eefkids.org/ways-to-donate/

 

Every day, students at Eastlake High School use the technology resources and materials that the EEF has funded with their annual donation to our school of over $20,000 per year!

 

Thank you for your support!

08.18.21

Instructions on becoming a Parent Volunteer at EHS

How to volunteer at EHS:

 

  1. Read the Volunteer Protocol and Application.
  2. Determine where and how you will volunteer with a staff member (put this in writing).
  3. Fill out the application completely.
  4. Have the staff member fill out the “To be marked by district staff” portion of the application.
  5. Submit the where and how description along with the application to the front office or email them to osvaldo.banuelos@sweetwaterschools.org so that Dr. Cooke can approve it.
  6. Complete the necessary online trainings (Follow the how-to)
  7. Once the necessary online trainings have been completed, Ms Ravelero will contact you with information regarding where to get the TB test and live scan (both services are paid for by the district and can take a week or two). There is no need to send certificates to Ms Ravelero as she can see them once trainings have been completed.
  8. Ms. Ravelero will inform you when you have been cleared.
  9. The volunteer needs to sign in on the district approved “Volunteer Sign-in Sheet” in the main office and/or location of school sponsored event.
  10. After approval, the volunteer will be required to display a volunteer/visitor identification badge which they will surrender following the event or activity.
07.30.21

Academic Tutor Positions

Eastlake High Alumni

 

Are you or someone you know interested in being an Academic Tutor at ELH?

 

Pay: $14/hr

Ed Join: https://www.edjoin.org/Home/DistrictJobPosting/1421800

 

Job Summary

  • 19 hours per week
  • Tutors facilitate group interaction by asking questions
  • Support students’ in meeting A-G requirements
  • Improve students’ proficiency in critical skills and Standards
  • Develop students’ academic language proficiency and disciplinary literacy
  • Develop student agency as future college and career individuals
  • Engage students in collaborative inquiry and reasoning

 

For more information, please click here