06.07.19

19-20 Cell Phone Policy

Dear Parent or Guardian:
Cell Phone Policy 2019-2020
Cell phones have become a way of life, a technological convenience that has impacted all of our lives in one way or another. However, in the school environment, cell phones have become a distraction, an interruption, and a method of cyber bullying. The ringing of the cell phone during class or text-messaging takes away from the valuable time needed for instruction and most importantly, student learning. Beginning this year, students will NOT be permitted to use cell phones during the school day, including during the before and after school program. Parents are urged to call the school to relay any messages that may be urgent in nature to their child. We will do our best to relay any urgent information to your child. Students will also have access to a school student phone if they may need to contact parents.
Your support is greatly needed to ensure that cell phones are not on campus. If you feel there are special circumstances where your child needs to have a phone on campus, you must schedule an appointment with the assistant principal to discuss specific expectations. The following are the expectations to accommodate special circumstances. Cell phones must be turned off and kept put away in the student’s backpack at all times during school hours, including during before and after school program. Students should not lend their cell phone to anyone. Students cannot take pictures, use the internet or play games. If it rings or is seen out by any staff member during class, lunch or passing period, it will be confiscated and turned in to the assistant principal. Cell phones will be returned ONLY to a parent or guardian after school. The school is not responsible for any lost, damaged or stolen cell phones. Furthermore, we are not responsible for any social media accounts that lead to cyber bullying. If a student violates the cell phone policy, this will result in a parent conference and a consequence.
Thank you for your support in creating the most effective learning environment for your child.
By signing this document, you acknowledge that you have had a conversation with your child and received our policy. Please return this document to the main office.
Sincerely,
Montgomery Middle School
________________________________student name _______________ID # ____ grade
________________________________parent’s signature ____________ date
“Sweetwater Union High School District programs and activities shall be free from discrimination based on age, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information, sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.” SUHSD Board Policy 0410.
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MONTGOMERY MIDDLE SCHOOL
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Poliza de Telefonos Celulares 2019-2020
Estimado padre o tutor:
Los teléfonos celulares se han convertido en una forma de vida, una conveniencia tecnológica que ha impactado nuestras vidas de una manera u otra. Sin embargo, en el entorno escolar, los teléfonos celulares se han convertido en una distracción, una interrupción y un método de acoso cibernético. El timbre del teléfono celular durante la clase o los mensajes de texto le quita el valioso tiempo necesario para la instrucción y, lo que es más importante, el aprendizaje de los alumnos. A partir de este año, a los estudiantes NO se les permitirá usar teléfonos celulares durante el día escolar, incluso durante el programa de antes y después de la escuela. Se insta a los padres a llamar a la escuela para transmitir cualquier mensaje que pueda ser de naturaleza urgente para sus hijos. Haremos todo lo posible para transmitir cualquier información urgente a su hijo. Los estudiantes también tendrán acceso al teléfono de la escuela si necesitan comunicarse con los padres.
Su apoyo es muy necesario para garantizar que los teléfonos celulares no estén en el campus. Si siente que hay circunstancias especiales en las que su hijo necesita tener un teléfono en el campus, debe programar una cita con el subdirector para hablar sobre las expectativas específicas. Las siguientes son las expectativas para adaptarse a circunstancias especiales: los teléfonos celulares deben estar apagados y guardados en la mochila del estudiante en todo momento durante las horas escolares, incluso durante el programa de antes y después de la escuela. Los estudiantes no deben prestar su teléfono celular a nadie. Los estudiantes no pueden tomar fotos, usar Internet o jugar juegos. Si suena o es visto por algún miembro del personal durante la clase, el almuerzo o el período de aprobación, será confiscado y entregado al asistente del director. Los teléfonos celulares se devolverán SOLAMENTE a un padre o tutor después de la escuela. La escuela no es responsable por cualquier teléfono celular perdido, dañado o robado. Además, no somos responsables de ninguna cuenta de redes sociales que lleve a la intimidación cibernética. Si un estudiante viola la política del teléfono celular, esto resultará en una conferencia con los padres y una consecuencia.
Gracias por su apoyo para crear el ambiente de aprendizaje más efectivo para su hijo.
Al firmar este documento, usted reconoce que ha conversado con su hijo y ha recibido nuestra política. Por favor devuelva este documento a la oficina principal.
Sinceramente,
Montgomery Middle School
______________________________ nombre del estudiante _______________ID # ____ grado
________________________________ firma de los padres ____________ fecha
“Sweetwater Union High School District programs and activities shall be free from discrimination based on age, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information, sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.” SUHSD Board Policy 0410.
Alejandra Inzunza, Principal 1051 Picador Boulevard
Elizabeth Wong, Assistant Principal Jose L. Vargas, Assistant Principal
San Diego CA 92154 Phone (619) 662-8200 Fax (619) 428-6517

MONTGOMERY MIDDLE SCHOOL
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Alejandra Inzunza, Principal 1051 Picador Boulevard
Elizabeth Wong, Assistant Principal Jose L. Vargas, Assistant Principal
San Diego CA 92154 Phone (619) 662-8200 Fax (619) 428-6517
“Sweetwater Union High School District programs and activities shall be free from discrimination based on age, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information, sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.” SUHSD Board Policy 0410.

05.15.19

Summer Meals

seamless summer free meals for all children 18 years and younger. June 10-28, 2019 (Monday - Friday). For more information continue reading after this image.

Sweetwater Union High School District’s Café Agua Dulce Presents

FREE MEALS for All children 18 years and younger.

No registration or application is needed. Just come and enjoy some great food!

RUNS JUNE 10-28, 2019 (Monday – Friday): 11:15 am – 11:45 am

High School Locations:

  • Montgomery High: 3250 Palm Avenue, San Diego
  • Sweetwater Union High: 2900 Highland Avenue, National City

For more information, contact the SUHSD Nutrition Services office at 619-691-5510

This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

NO COST
NO FORMS

08.10.18

Parent Canvas Account Information

Canvas Parent How to Setup and Login Steps 1-6

 

  • Step 1
    Student opens Web Canvas
  • Step 2
    Student logs in.
  • Username – ID#
    Password – 8 digit birthday
  • Step 3
    Student taps avatar
  • Step 4
    Student taps settings
  • Step 5
    Student scrolls down and taps Pair with Observer
  • Step 6
    Have student screenshot and write down this code

Canvas Parent How to Setup and Login Steps 7-12

  • Step 7
    Download Canvas Parent App from App Store or Google Play Store.
  • Step 8
    Open Canvas Parent App and type in Sweetwater.
  • Step 9
    Select Sweetwater Union School District.
  • Step 10
    Select Create Account at bottom of screen.
  • Step 11
    Parent sets up account.
    Make sure to create a password that you can remember.
  • Step 12
    Use paring code from student to finish signing into Canvas Parent.