Wednesday, May 12, 2021

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN IMMIGRATION

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN IMMIGRATION

JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM @SWOLremote

Confidential safe space to get information for you and your family

*Learn about ICE Encounters, DACA, CA Dream Act*

Led by Immigration Attorney Mrs. Scully

*Scholarship Opportunity!
*Guidance applying to college/financial aid
*DACA first-time applicants and renewals
*Life skills and mental health skills

@SWOLremote
or email
amie@studentswithoutlimits.org


Wellness Wednesday: Acknowledge Your Feelings

Happy Wellness Wednesday Red Devils!

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and this week is Student Mental Health Week. The counselors are hosting daily presentations about mental health this week. The past two days we have talked about the definition of mental health, feelings, emotions, empathy, and how to recognize physical signs of mental health concerns.

We hope you can join us today, tomorrow, and Friday at 2:30PM.

You can view the recordings here:





Self-Care Tip:

Unplug. Social media can be overwhelming and cause an overload of information. Commit to dedicated time from technology and focus on self-care.


Kindness Challenge:

Send someone you care about a nice text right before you go to bed.


 The state of your mental health affects how you think, feel, and ultimately how you act. It's crucial that we express these emotions with others on a daily basis. By talking about mental health openly, more people may be encouraged to seek help from a trusted adult, school counselors, or our community based partners.


We all need someone to talk to, someone who listens, and someone who understands. Your Sweetwater High School Counselors are here for you. We are just an email, video chat, or phone call away.


Virtual Wellness Room

Please visit our Virtual Wellness Room to take a break from your online classes. Do some breathing exercises, stretch, or play a game. It's OK to take a time out in the middle of the day for a "brain break".
suhivirtualwellnessroom.blogspot.com/

COVID-19 Updates and Resources

Get the latest information on specific SBCS programs and services as well as efforts to support the wider community and additional resources as we monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts. https://southbaycommunityservices.org/covid-19-resources/

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Student Mental Health Week - Counselor Presentations





Community Resources: Internet, Rental Assistance, and more!

 Emergency Broadband Benefit | FCC | | Learn More

-$50 Monthly towards broadband (internet) services + $100 towards device purchase. Applications open on May 12, 2021.
 

COVID-19 Funeral Assistance | FEMA | Learn More
-Assistance is limited to a maximum of $9,000 per funeral. Available now.

 

Emergency Rental Assistance Program | City of Chula Vista | Learn More
-Funds available to pay rent your rent if you have been affected by COVID-19. Available Now.

 

California Phones | State of California | Learn More
-Free Specialized Phones for people with Hearing, Vision, Mobility, Speech, and Memory disabilities. Available Now.


If you need help applying to these programs you can 
Contact your closest Family Resource Center.
 

SDCCE PROVIDES FREE CAREER TRAINING! REGISTER NOW FOR SUMMER CLASSES!

SDCCE is enrolling now for the summer semester! Free and fully online career training certificate programs include Auto, Plumbing, HVAC, Welding, IT, Culinary, Healthcare, Clothing and Textiles and ESL, Child Development: If you have questions email SDCEECC@sdccd.edu or call 6193884956 http://bit.ly/3qNZq9m.

We are happy to announce we still offer services such as the following:

• Presentations
• Application/registration support
• Workshops

All available online via zoom and other online platforms. Please click here to complete the Outreach Request form.



Monday, May 10, 2021

Motivation Monday - Careers in Green Technology in Transportation/Logistics and Construction/Building Trades

Happy Motivation Monday!

Today let's learn about careers in Green Technology in Transportation/Logistics and Construction/Building Trades.

This video will be in a panel style in order for students to hear from several professionals across the industry sector. 

 

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Wellness Wednesday: Talk It Out

 Happy Wellness Wednesday Red Devils!

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. We invite you to join us next week for Student Mental Health Week for a series of workshops to develop your mental wellness skills. We look forward to having you join us!


Daily Student Mental Health Week Presentations
Monday, May 10 to Friday, May 14
2:30 – 3:30pm
Google Meet joining info
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/kmq-kged-nkh
Or dial: ‪(US) +1 971-231-9156‬ PIN: ‪138 156 544‬#

The state of your mental health affects how you think, feel, and ultimately how you act. It's crucial that we express these emotions with others on a daily basis. By talking about mental health openly, more people may be encouraged to seek help from a trusted adult, school counselors, or our community based partners.

We all need someone to talk to, someone who listens, and someone who understands. Your Sweetwater High School Counselors are here for you. We are just an email, video chat, or phone call away.



Self-Care Tip:
Recharge. Charge your self-care battery. Take time to rest and care of YOU..


Kindness Challenge:
Check-In: Worried about a friend? Ask “Are you OK?” 
Ask, listen, and help them talk through their feelings.






Virtual Wellness Room

Please visit our Virtual Wellness Room to take a break from your online classes. Do some breathing exercises, stretch, or play a game. It's OK to take a time out in the middle of the day for a "brain break".
suhivirtualwellnessroom.blogspot.com/

COVID-19 Updates and Resources

Get the latest information on specific SBCS programs and services as well as efforts to support the wider community and additional resources as we monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts. https://southbaycommunityservices.org/covid-19-resources/