HSHMC Graduation Ceremony Live Stream! Our 2021 Graduation Ceremony streamed LIVE on Tuesday, June 15, 2021, starting at 10:50 am with the ceremony beginning at 11 am. Tune in at the link below: HSHMC Graduation 2021 Live Stream
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Vaccination Appointment Instructions We are excited to host a second Vaccination Clinic at HSHMC thanks to Sharp Healthcare! See below for instructions to make your appointment, including our access code, which is SKYR99JH8X Step 1: Go to https://myturn.ca.gov/ Step 2: Click “Start Here” Step 3: Fill out the fields on the “Let’s Get Started” page Step 4: At the bottom of the page, you will see “Access Code (optional).” Enter the Access Code provided to you for the Sharp-sponsored Vaccination Event. Certify that your information is correct, and click “Continue.” HSHMC Access Code: SKYR99JH8X Step 5: Enter your zip code Step 6: Click “Schedule Appointment on the “Select Location” page. Only one option should populate, based on the code you entered. Step 7: Select the time that works best for you on the day of the Dose 1 vaccination event, then select the time that works best for you on the day of the Dose 2 vaccination event. Then, click “Continue.” Step 8: Fill out your personal and contact information, and then click “Complete Appointment.” If you have issues making your appointment, please contact Sharp HealthCare at 1-800-82-Sharp or firstname.lastname@example.org
Virtual Super Saturday at Grossmont College Students interested in attending Grossmont in the fall are encouraged to attend "Virtual Saturday" on May 22 or June 5. During the session, students will complete: Online Orientation English & Math Placement Meet with a counselor to create an education plan Register here: http://is.gd/super2021 NOTE: If you did not take a college class during Spring 2021, you will need to complete the online application 3 days prior to the Saturday session.
SUMMER SCHOOL 2021 - June 21 - July 29 (Monday - Thursday) Session Dates and Times Session 1 - 8:00 am to 11:00 am - June 21, 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 30 July 1, 6, 7, 8 Session 2 - 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm - June 21, 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 30 July 1, 6, 7, 8 Session 3 - 8:00 am to 11:00 am - July 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28, 29 Session 4 - 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm - July 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28, 29 Registration forms were sent to students and can also be accessed using this link: https://forms.gle/8uGDBcorYocagkL87
Students and Families of the Class of 2022, Please join us for an informational meeting on Thursday, May 20th from 3:00-4:00pm on Zoom for any 11th grade student and parents who are planning or thinking of applying to a 4-year university in the fall. Join Zoom Meeting https://SDSU.zoom.us/j/89401652566?pwd=RVd4NFJvRjQ0ajdTWmIxN2QxUnF1QT09 Meeting ID: 894 0165 2566 Passcode: 220644
May 13 Vaccination Site at HSHMC! We have negotiated with Sharp Healthcare to be one of their pop-up vaccination sites! This means that next Thursday, May 13 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Sharp will be here to give free vaccinations to all of our students aged 16+ and any of your family members that still need to be vaccinated. You can make an appointment right now by using the link below. Walk-up appointments will also be accepted for our students, families, and community members. Sharp will be administering the Pfizer vaccine. Information about the Pfizer vaccine is available below along with a consent form that will be required for anyone under 18. Those who get their first vaccination here at HSHMC on Thursday will be set up with an appointment to receive the second dose on Friday, June 4. We hope you will take advantage of this amazing opportunity. As you know, widespread vaccination is a critical tool to help stop the pandemic. If you are 16+ you can make your appointment NOW using the link below: https://www.caprepmod.org/reg/1192917605 Information on Pfizer Vaccine: English | Spanish | Somali Minor Consent Form
HSHMC Re-Opening Plans and Resources Facilities and Safety Plan HSHMC Re-Opening Plan - Board Approved 3-17-21 COVID-19 Guidance Plan Checklist Department of Industrial Relations Cal/OSHA Letter to Parents - 3-13-2021 COVID-19 Decision Tree
Dear HSHMC Family, One year ago, we joined the rest of the educational community and closed our campus in response to the growing threat and unknowns of a new virus sweeping across the world. Since that day, COVID-19 has dominated so much of our private and public lives. COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on our health and well-being, on our jobs, business and economic stability, and on our relationships and ability to interact with our friends and family. Members of our HSHMC family have lost their jobs, homes and most tragically, lives. The year has been more than hard for each of us, and our heart goes out to those of you who have made the most and ultimate sacrifices. Our students have made it clear that they miss each other, they miss their teachers, and they miss the range of experiences and activities associated with attending school. They miss their classrooms, they miss their internships, they miss afterschool sports, clubs, dances and hanging out together. It seems like forever ago that we were telling students at 5 pm that it was time to wrap up what they were doing and go home! We have spent the year with seniors foregoing prom and 9th graders never entering our building. No one will forget how different the year 2020-2021 has been! And all of us look forward to Fall 2021, when we join the country in expecting we will unlock the doors to schools across the country, including those located at 3910 University Avenue. We are encouraged by the government’s commitment to have enough vaccines available for all adults within months. We appreciate new state and federal resources being provided to schools to support our eventual reopening plans. We are hopeful that more things will feel more “normal” as we move into summer. We keep waiting for the numbers of new infections to fall to safer and safer levels. We know that progress not only depends on vaccines but with our own responsibilities to continue to wear masks, socially distant, stay home when sick and be extremely cautious of large gatherings especially in doors. And with extreme caution, more K-8 schools seem to be in position to reopen in late spring. As for high schools, there are too many unknowns and special circumstances, to make a decision today when HSHMC will fully reopen our campus. We feel we have done better than most to build our virtual and on-line program to meet the educational needs of our students. Why? First of all, our teachers and support staff have risen to the occasion this year. They have invested time, energy and expertise to build effective on-line classrooms and supports. They have embraced new technologies and tools to advance the quality of our on-line classrooms and ensure a level of instruction other schools marvel at. Second, our students have really shown up. Their attendance, engagement and success on-line have reminded us all that when young people are respected and supported, they are capable [...]