04.17.20

Online Registration for 20-21

Registration

Due to the COVID-19 situation, we are helping families remotely register for the 2020-2021 school year. For now, all 7th and 8th graders have to complete the OLR (Online Registration) form only.

To complete the OLR, you need to:

  1. Use your computer, not mobile device
  2. Go to Infinite Campus Parent Portal
  3. Enter your account info.                                                                          a)If you have an account, you have received an email and a letter with your Username and instructions on how to reset your password if you need to.                                                                                                b)If you don’t already have an account, you will receive an online registration letter mailed the week of 4/20/20 with your Campus Portal Activation Key and instructions on how to create an account.
  4. Click “More” in the menu on the bottom left of the screen. 
  5. Click “Online Registration” at the bottom and follow the instructions to complete your Online Registration.
  6. Click “Begin Registration” at the bottom of the page.
  7. After you have successfully submitted your registration, it will look like this:

All remaining registration documents (Residency Affidavit, Emergency Card, Health Card, 7th grade immunizations, etc.) will be collected at a later date to finalize your registration.

Troubleshooting

Forgot your password?

  1. Use a computer, not mobile device
  2. Go to Infinite Campus Parent Portal
  3. Click “Forgot my password?” link and follow prompts 
  4. Need more assistance? Fill in this Montgomery Middle Request for Help Form.

Misplaced your Username or Campus Portal Activation Key?

  1. Fill in this Montgomery Middle Request for Help Form and our staff will get back to you within 72 hours.

Don’t have a computer or internet?

That’s okay. We’ll schedule an appointment with you once school re-opens.

Vaccine Requirements 

Parents, you are welcome to drop off your student’s vaccine record during office hours. Ask any front desk staff to put the copy in the nurse’s mailbox. You are also welcome to scan or photograph the vaccine record and email to Margaret.mclean1@sweetwaterschools.org

*Students requiring prescription medications at school must present the following form filled out by the student’s physician. If the student can carry their own medication, please make sure the doctor marks that box.

Medication Authorization 

Have any other questions?

Contact our Registrar Carla Hammonds at gladys.hammonds@sweetwaterschools.org

 

06.01.20

EBT application

Hello Parents and Guardians,
This is an important message. You may be eligible to get up to $365 per student in your household while schools are closed due to COVID-19. Students who were receiving free or reduced-price meals prior to the COVID-19 pandemic can get extra money for groceries to ensure they have enough to eat during the current crisis. These food benefits are called Pandemic EBT or P-EBT and are in addition to grab-n-go meals served by schools and nonprofits in your community. Families will get up to $365 for groceries per eligible student on a P-EBT card which can be used like a debit card at grocery stores, farmer’s markets, and online at Walmart.com or Amazon.com (home delivery charges might apply).
All students who receive CalFresh, Medi-Cal or foster service benefits should automatically receive a P-EBT card in the mail by May 25. If you have not received a card, please call (877) 328-9677. All other students who received free or reduced-price meals should complete a simple and quick online application between May 25 and June 30, 2020. Applications may be found at ca.p-ebt.org. You must apply by June 30, 2020 to receive your card. For more information, go online to sdhunger.org/p-ebt. Thank you.
Saludos Padres y Tutores,
El siguiente es un mensaje importante. Hay posibilidad de que puede contar con elegibilidad para recibir un máximo de $365 dólares por alumno que viva en su hogar mientras las escuelas están cerradas debido a COVID-19. Los alumnos que recibían comidas gratis o a precio reducido antes de la pandemia de COVID-19 pueden obtener dinero extra para comprar comestibles con el fin de garantizar que cuenten con suficiente para comer durante la crisis actual. A dichos beneficios alimenticios se les conoce como Pandemia EBT o P-EBT y se suman a los servicios para llevar disponibles en las escuelas y organizaciones sin fines de lucro de su comunidad. Las familias recibirán hasta $365 dólares para alimentos por alumno que cuente con elegibilidad en una tarjeta P-EBT que se puede utilizar como una tarjeta de débito en supermercados, mercados de agricultores, y por internet en Walmart.com o Amazon.com (pueden aplicarse cargos por envío a domicilio).
Todo alumno que recibe beneficios de CalFresh, Medi-Cal o por vivir en hogares temporales debe recibir automáticamente una tarjeta P-EBT por correo antes del 25 de mayo. Si no ha recibido una tarjeta, favor de llamar al teléfono (877) 328- 9677. Los demás alumnos que recibieron comidas gratuitas o a precio reducido tienen que llenar en línea una solicitud sencilla y rápida entre el 25 de mayo de 2020 y el 30 de junio de 2020. Usted puede encontrar la solicitud en ca.p-ebt.org. Debe solicitar antes del 30 de junio de 2020 para recibir su tarjeta. Para más información, favor de consultar: sdhunger.org/p-ebt. Gracias.

05.26.20

iPad Collection-8th gr only

8TH GRADERS: IPAD COLLECTION PROCESS

Our district IT department will be in charge of collecting iPads and ipad chargers from our 8th grade students on Monday, June 1st. Fortunately, MOM has been designated as a drop site which is easily accessible for our community and students. Times to drop off iPads will correspond to your last name alpha breakdown. Please make sure you read in detail the information sent out by our district on 5/21. Here are the links to the memo. [English] [Spanish]
05.26.20

Book/Instrument Returns

As we approach the end of the school, both 7th & 8th grade students will be asked to return school issued items such as textbooks, library books, musical instruments the week of June 3rd for 8th graders and June 4th for 7th graders. All 8th & 7th grade students will be asked to return textbooks, library books and musical instruments on a designated day. This is be a drive thru process in front of the school where we will ask parents to place items in the trunk and a staff member will grab them. Students will also be receiving their PE locker items. 8th graders will be receiving a special promotion celebration package which will also include their promotion certificate.

Please come by on the designated date and time by your last name alpha letter. Please make sure to write your child’s name is large print on a piece of paper and place on the dashboard of your car. Lastly, please remember to wear your masks as you enter the school drive way in your cars. Thank you

05.11.20

IT Support for Students

We understand that you will need technology support as we navigate through this new distance learning model. We have adjusted our help desk support system platforms to accommodate the needs of your student. If your student requires assistance, they can send an email (using their district issued gmail account) to studenttechsupport@sweetwaterschools.org. They will need to include their Student ID Number and their School Site information in the Subject area of the email. You, as a Parent, can also call our Help Desk number, 619-585-7995, option 5.

05.11.20

Pandemic EBT Toolkit

The Pandemic EBT Outreach Toolkit is intended to bring awareness about this new COVID-19 response initiative to families whose children are eligible for free and reduced-price school meals.  Click the link below for details.

Pandemic EBT Outreach Toolkit

08.12.19

  1. Select the SUHSD Login (iboss)App on the iPad
  2. Login with username: ID#; password: 8-digit birthdate