Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Wellness Wednesday: Be the Sunshine #BeWellRedDevils

Happy Wellness Wednesday!

Every October, individuals from across the nation unite in a campaign to keep youth safe from bullying. Come visit the Peer Mediators in front of the band room at lunch to share some anti-bullying messages and goodies! Let’s spread kindness!

More info here:

It’s certainly easier to make assumptions about people than it is to spend time getting to know someone. We wanted to put assumptions to the test to see what we're missing out on because we're so busy assuming we already "know" a person. Join us as we discover why you should never judge a book by it’s cover in our series, Reverse Assumptions. We are all conditioned with certain biases. In this experiment, we challenged these biases by asking people to make assumptions about their partner's appearance without ever actually seeing their partner. 

When they flipped around to finally face each other, they were shocked by how wrong they were:

Take a moment at the end of each day and list a few good things that have happened. This can help refocus your emotions on all the positive things that happen each day, even when it doesn’t seem like it.

Kindness Challenge
Pick up 5 pieces of trash on your way to class  after nutrition break and lunch. 

Affective Statement:
I am so excited to hear/see...

Because YELLOW stands for happiness, positivity, energy, optimism, and joy, we are asking for our campus community to wear YELLOW on Wednesdays to help promote our Wellness Wednesday efforts. 

We also invite you to encourage your students to visit our Wellness Wednesday lounge in the counseling center at lunch every Wednesday. It’s the perfect spot to de-stress and decompress.

To spread the good news of our wellness efforts, please use the hashtag #BeWellRedDevils in sharing your Wellness Wednesday activities.

Be Well Red Devils!

Monday, October 21, 2019

Parent Workshop: Tips for a Successful Schooling Experience: Understanding Graduation Requirements and Monitoring Grades

SUHi Red Devil families,

Join us for our 1st Parent Workshop Series, Wednesday- October 23rd at 9am, in the SUHi Counseling Center.  The topic will be Tips for a Successful Schooling Experience: Understanding Graduation Requirements and Monitoring Grades.

Look forward to seeing you,
SUHi Counselors

Friday, October 18, 2019

Community Service Opportunity: Tree

On Wednesday, October 30th in partnership with Lumbercycle a local tree recycling/urban forestry group, SUHi will be planting 5 trees on campus ( 2 in New Building quad, 3 in front of the school) from 2:40-3:30pm. 


Contact Brandon with the afterschool program at Brandon Rogers <> or visit the inferno lounge. 

Calling Fall Festival Volunteers

Thursday, October 17, 2019

ARTS - Community Service Opportunity

A Reason to Survive (ARTS), a nonprofit organization offering after-school and weekend programs to young people ages 11–22. ARTS is a founding partner in the Creative Youth Development (CYD) National Partnership, an emerging network raising awareness of CYD as a solution for positive outcomes for youth.

Address200 E 12th St, National City, CA 91950

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

October is National Bullying Prevention Month

Every October, schools and organizations across the country observe National Bullying Prevention Month. The goal: encourage schools, communities and organizations to work together to stop bullying and cyberbullying and put an end to hatred and racism by increasing awareness of the prevalence and impact of all forms of bullying on all children of all ages.

SUHSD Girls Conference on October 26th

On Saturday, October 26th, Eastlake High School Robotics will be hosting its 5th annual GIRLS (Girls Inspiring Real Leadership in STEAM) Conference in the theater from 9am to 2:30pm. 

This event is open to all students in the district. There will be inspirational speakers, fun activities, and a “power lunch”. During the “power lunch,” participants will interact with an industry professional of their choice and get career advice. 

The event is targeted to high school and middle school students interested in a career in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. See the attached flyer with the QR code for registration.

Young men are also welcome!